Pisgah Forest Pottery workshop with Walter Stephen at the wheel, 1935.
Rodney H. Leftwich at Pisgah Forest Pottery in 1996.
Watercolor of Pisgah Forest Pottery by John Thomason, 1946.
This amply illustrated book is the definitive work on the fascinating life and pottery creations of Walter B. Stephen (1876-1961). Stephen created the first crystalline glazes in the South and developed hand painted cameo scenes resembling English Wedgewood jasperwares.
Pisgah Forest and Nonconnah Pottery: The Potteries of Walter B. Stephen is available for purchase for $54.95 plus shipping.
October 2016 Asheville Citizen-Time article detailing Rodney Leftwich's local pottery collection and its sale.
July 2003 Blue Ridge Now feature narrating the development of Rodney Leftwich as an artist, including his influences and love of traditional styles
May 2017 Bold Life article spotlighting the style and process of shaping clay at Leftwich Pottery.
Brief spotlight article for the Blue Ridge National Heritage Area describing the work of Leftwich Pottery.