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Co-Curator

Folk Pottery Museum


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Collector and folk potter Michael Crocker helped assemble the core collection.
Michael A. Crocker, Co-Curator The Swansons had a modest home collection of pottery in 1999, when they visited with potter and local historian Michael Crocker at his studio and were inspired to expand their interests in the folk art tradition. At Michael Crocker's suggestion, the Swansons acquired a significant private collection of 40 items that led them to build the present inventory of more than 150 pieces.


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Michael A. Crocker, Co-Curator


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Collector and folk potter Michael Crocker helped them assemble the core collection on which this exhibition is based.Michael A. Crocker, Co-Curator


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The Swansons had a modest home collection of pottery in 1999, when they visited with potter and local historian Michael Crocker at his studio and were inspired to expand their interests in the folk art tradition.
At Michael Crocker's suggestion, the Swansons acquired a significant private collection of 40 items that led them to build the present inventory of more than 150 pieces.


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These pots tell the story of a way of life when folks used stoneware for the preparation, preservation, storage and transportation of food and drink," says Michael Crocker, a dealer, collector and historian of the pottery making skill.
A potter himself, Crocker has been turning pots with a kick wheel and hand-dug clay for over 20 years. "I see not only the craft slipping away but the story of it," he says. "This museum will help maintain the integrity and importance of this great tradition. Crocker serves as co-curator of the museum. The couple began collecting in earnest after meeting Crocker. Six years ago, they gathered a committee to plan the museum, which included Crocker, Brubaker, noted Atlanta Architect Robert Cain and John Burrison, Georgia State University folklorist and author of 1983's "Brothers in Clay: the Story of Georgia Folk Pottery. "Lanier Meaders came along during a time of transition from utilitarian items of pottery to becoming collectible," adds Crocker.


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