KENTUCK ART NIGHT HIGHLIGHTS FAMILY’S POTTERY-MAKING TRADITION
By WVUA 23 reporter Ashlee Davis
The group isn’t new to the area, though. In fact, they’ve been around for nearly 200 years, said artist Steve Miller.
“We are six generations worth of pottery making in Alabama,” he said. “(We started) in the early 1830s down on the eastern shore of Mobile Bay, and we’ve been making pottery in Alabama ever since.”
Nowadays, Miller’s Pottery is based in Bibb County. The group’s folk pottery has an antique, quintessentially Southern look in their pots, vases and seasonal sculptures.
Interested in learning more about Miller’s Pottery? You can take a look at a PBS documentary highlighting their work right here.