Pottery has been around for thousands of years. It is made by forming clay into objects of a required shape and size then heating them to extremely high temperatures to dry and harden them. In Ancient Greece pottery can be easily divided by time period based on style of painting and artistry. Each artist was an important part of the artistic community during specific parts of Greek history. They each had their own signature style and preferred method of painting. There were many painting techniques circulating in Ancient Greece though two became more popular than the others. The first is Red Figure Pottery in which the figure on the piece is left in the colour of the clay and the background is painted black. The second is Black Figure Pottery where the figure is painted black and the background is left in the colour of the clay. Each artist worked with their preferred style to add their own twist to the image. Examining the artistry gives clues into the hand that painted the original image on the piece of pottery. This exhibition seeks to explore the many artistic talents in Greece through the many painters that helped to further Greek culture.