Brooke Dersch is the artist behind Brooke Waters Pottery. She discovered her love of clay during her final semester of college where she studied Theatre and Photography. All of her pottery is produced in Roots Studio which is a shared studio space for Brooke Waters Pottery and Meraki to create in.
"From hand-piping elegant lace designs to pulling handles, I strive for quality in each piece that I craft, designing what is functional and practical while bringing beauty and color to everyday life. I'm inspired by bohemian and minimalist elements and love mixing them together!
Because I love to entertain, I focus on pieces that are useful in the kitchen and for parties. And to satisfy the crazy plant lady inside, I spend my free time making planters! From serving bowls to teapots, Brooke Waters Pottery has something for everyone."
Travel north on E Stone Ave toward Ashmore St. Turn right onto US-276 W/ Rutherford St. Continue onto Poinsett Hwy. Turn right onto Old Buncombe Rd/ Roe Ford Rd. Turn left onto Frontage Rd/Old Buncombe Rd. Turn right onto Pine Forest Rd. Turn right onto Pinelands Pl. Continue down to the end of the cul-de-sac. House will be on the left side of the cul-de-sac.