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Tracey Broome
I was born in a small town in North Carolina near the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, but moved to the coast of South Carolina as a small child and grew up in a town visited every summer by tourists from all over. I always thought that I would be a painter, but pursued a career in interior design instead and spent over twenty-five years designing furniture showrooms, retail stores and theater sets and props. When I was forty years old, I saw a wheel throwing demonstration at the North Carolina State Fair and signed up for a class the next week and began the process of changing careers from full time designer to full time potter.
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