Norton Family Pottery

My Dad, Mickey Norton, is a self taught artist who discovered a love for pottery in 1983 while serving time in Fort Leavenworth Prison (USP Leavenworth). Early on and captured in his logbook it states “Through pottery I found myself.”

It was a labor of love that helped pass time while a Federal Agent facilitated his release due to unjust incarceration. He’s continued as a potter since his release in 1987. Although limited since, Dad has reacquainted himself with his passion along with his wife and even I’ve been know to dabble here and there with it. All work has been privately acquired and collected by connoisseurs of fine art including Entrepreneurs, Baron’s, Doctor’s, Attorneys, and members of High Society. None of my Dads’ work has been sold in any retail environment. All pieces are one-of-a-kind and are signed, numbered, and cataloged.  We have a very limited production of between 20-35 pieces per year.  In the 34+ years my family has been creating works of art far less than 1000 pieces have been created. Anyone interested in purchasing a piece of pottery or would like to discuss something custom please contact me.