Paul Lyon

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Paul LyonPaul Lyon

Paul Lyon, an original organizer of Pottery 51 and current Treasurer, works in stoneware clay, producing functional and traditional pieces.

He maintains studios at Pottery 51 in Mint Hill and at Tallpinepottery in Jonas Ridge, North Carolina.  His signature oak leaf designs and other nature inspired works are sold at galleries in Mint Hill, Linville and West Jefferson, North Carolina.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]