We are a WOC owned ceramic art business, operating out of our home studio building located in the heart of Charlotte, NC. What once began as a college requirement has quickly grown into a fully operational business with hopes for further expansion and growth. We focus primarily on ceramic home goods and bringing ceramic workshops to the members of our community. We offer unique, high quality ceramic home goods and art. Each item is 100% handmade and carefully curated before making it to into our inventory. 

Danielle Carelock is a ceramic artist and instructor residing in Charlotte, NC. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in sculpture and ceramics at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Previously, Danielle has interned with the GreenHill Gallery for NC Art, UNCG Art Truck, and the Gatewood Gallery located at UNCG. She has also completed residencies at Salem Art Works of Salem, NY and STARworks of Star, NC. She has participated in a panel for the Delhom Service League’s ceramic series ‘So You. Want To Be A Potter’ discussion at The Mint Museum Randolph. She was a recipient of the 2019 Regional Artist Project Grant awarded by the Charlotte Mecklenburg Art’s and Science Council.
Currently, Danielle maintains her personal practice at her home studio with the assistance of her sister, writes for our blog, and is studio assistant to Lydia Thompson, Department Chair of Art and Art History at UNCC, and also partners with the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art as a part of their Education program and Jail Arts Initiative, all located in Charlotte, NC.

What People Are Saying

“Danielle (our instructor) was so cool and helpful! It was 6 to 1 and she helped each and everyone of us when asked and didn’t mind repeating herself. She was very encouraging of some of our beginning works, even though they probably looked a hot mess. 😂 “


It’s like it was made for me— it fits perfectly in my hand!


It really is the simple things that bring me such joy! Loving this mug. It’s cute and ergonomically correct. 🥰


Let’s build something together.