Phone: 888-513-5303 | Mo. - Fr. 8:30am - 5pm PST
Potters love to visit other potters' studios, and love to buy other potters' work. A common question in the user groups is "I'm going X, where can I see potters' studios?" So here is a place for you to sign up if you have an open studio. E-mail addresses or phone numbers are recommended so travelers can phone ahead.
To submit your studio, click here.
Melinda Collins Melinda Collins Clay Studio #32 Callejon del Burrito
Antigua, Guatemala 011-502-832-4356 firstname.lastname@example.org
Studio is set up for students and workshops in: Micaceous clay and digging raw materials. Saggar reduction lusters on porcelain. Known for innovative work. Studio loft available for intensive study. Please e-mail for more information
The Chapel of Art Centre of Excellence for The Arts
Home of The International Potters' Path
8 MARINE CRESCENT, CRICCIETH LL52 0EA, GB-WALES
Tel: +44 (01766) 523570 email@example.com
Hand Crafted Creatures Lynn Raynsford works in a small studio close to the West Sussex coastal town of Worthing, UK. She specializes in hand made ceramic pottery animal sculptures, using traditional techniques of coiling and slabbing, for indoor or garden display. Each piece is individually made to order and can be personalized to customer requirements. www.handcraftedcreatures.com.
Marìa del Carmen Bretòn Marìa Bretòn Talavera
Miguel Hidalgo 14, Santa Marìa Tonanzintla
San Andrès Cholula Puebla 72840 Mèxico 01 22 471389
Yo hago vajillas con diseños tradicionales y diseños propios, tamibièn tengo nacimientos,objetos religiosos, vìrgenes, cruces, asì como diseños de màscaras, y piezas diferentes decorativas (campanitas, velas,macetas,etc) y de arte. I also teach how to paint the piece. Normally it is open at evenings, but please call or e mail before for being sure.
Amrita Visser - Karunaratne. Goudsmidsstraat 33 Hoorn. 1624 VK Netherlands.
+31-0229-274633. +31-0229-274633. firstname.lastname@example.org www.karunaratne.com
Thrown smoke fired terrasigillata work. The town I live is Hoorn in North Holland.It is a VOC town. It is 20 mins. drive/ 45 mins. by train from Amsterdam. I am very interested to meet and share ideas with other potters. Call or e-mail me before drop by
RUMAH TANAH BARU STUDIO
CURUG AGUNG NO .1, TANAH BARU, BEJI DEPOK 16428
WEST JAVA INDONESIA 62-21-775-7685
Various sculptures, bathroom accessories, tiles, gigantic water container pots. See House of Ceramic by the Artist. Tour and accommodation at the artist's house available upon request. Beautiful garden with exotic plants. About 11,000 square meters. Open Daily from 8.00 TO 18.00 PM Further detail please email to email@example.com
Cindy Clarke Out of the Fire Studio 12205 Fort Road NW Edmonton Alberta T5B 4H2 Canada 1-866-378-0240 toll free 780-378-0241
The Studio is 2300 square feet with three electric kilns and four wheels. I sell wholesale and retail and specialize in big bold beautiful bowls, platters and plates as well as the original Rocky Mountain Dragons, candle burners and essential oil diffusers. You should call first but I am usually there from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm and some evenings teaching classes. The only time I'm away for long is to go to either a wholesale or retail show.
Mary Philpott Wandering Fire Pottery & Tile Works
224 Wallace Avenue, studio 403 Toronto, Ontario M6H 1V7 Canada 416-536-2171
Hand made tiles, hand carved with Majolica like glazes. Narrative and Arts and Crafts Motifs. Vases and platters, hand thrown and hand carved with images of Rowan and Hawthorne. Pottery classes also available. Monday to Saturday by chance or by appointment. Please call/email for appointment.
Sher Pichler, Naked Earth Pottery, 702A - 3rd Avenue, p.o. box 1812, Fernie,
British Columbia V0B 1M0 Canada 250-423-4008 firstname.lastname@example.org
Naked Earth Pottery is a working studio with a small gallery. It is situated in the Elk Valley in B.C. in the heart of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. I make mostly functional pottery from stoneware clay. I fire to cone 6 in an electric kiln. During the summer I do raku and sawdust firings as well. I opened my new building in February of 2004. I am always happy to meet and chat with visiting potters! Please drop in if you are ever in Fernie!! Studio is open year round. Closed on Sundays during the summer.
Lesley Porter Ceramic Intentions 6 Oranje Road Kirstenhof Cape Town
Western Province 7945 South Africa (2721) 7021951 email@example.com
Home studio, handwork, wheelwork and molded ware. specializing in porcelain. Classes given. Open Monday to Friday Weekends by appointment, please call first.
David Schlapobersky and Felicity Potter, Bukkenburg Pottery Studio
8 Hermanus Steyn Street, Swellendam, Western Cape, 6740 South Africa
+27 (0) 28 514 1644 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.pottery.co.za
A wide range of fine hand-made, high fired stoneware and porcelain. Large garden and indoor containers, water-features, urns, floor jars, vases, platters, lamp bases, dinnerware. Commissions, exhibitions, workshops and courses, accommodation at the studio. Studio open to the public daily. If traveling from far, it's a good idea to phone ahead.
Neshan Balian The Armenian Ceramics of Jerusalem 14 Nablus Rd Jerusalem
97200 Israel 972 2 6260685 email@example.com
One of the oldest continuing Tile and Pottery studios in the world producing unique hand painted ceramic tiles and murals since 1922. 9 am to 4:00 pm except Sundays. A must place to visit for potters ceramists when visiting Israel & Palestine. Houses a family museum where pottery of three generations can be seen.
Garo Sandrouni, Sandrouni Handpainted Armenian Ceramics of Jerusalem
Armenian Quarter Opp. the entrance of the Armenian Convent,
Old City Jerusalem, Israel 91141
00-972-2-6283567 Voice 00-972-2-6285544 fax
Hand painted Armenian ceramic tiles for kitchen and bathroom decorations, table top tiles , murals to decorate gardens and swimming pools, and various pottery objects for personal use and gifts. Produced in the Sandrouni studio. Open daily from 9 am till 7 pm. We close on Sundays The Sandrouni Gallery and Studio is located in one of the old buildings of the Armenian Patriarchate, erected in the year 1870
Israel Shmueli, BotzPottery, 41 Ha'aluf Markus st', Petach Tiqva, Israel
972-3-9306139 firstname.lastname@example.org www.botzpottery.co.il
BotzPottery is the studio of Israel Shmueli. It is located at Petach Tiqva, Israel. Handmade bathroom sinks and basins. Wheel thrown and freely decorated stoneware mugs and other pots for domestic use. Evening and morning throwing classes. open at appointment, please call first.
Tom Jones Tom Jones Pottery, 12601 Clay City Road, Fairhope, Alabama 36532 (251) 928-2561 www.tomjonespottery.net
Showroom is at the same location as the studio. Primarily thrown, high production functional ware. Oxidation/gas/high fire.
Monday through Saturday 9:30ish to 5:00 P.M. The studio is closed on Mondays but the showroom is open. Closed on some holidays so call if in the area as we are 7 miles from Fairhope, AL. Visitors are always welcome.
The pottery building, built in the 1940's, is constructed of clay tile made from local clays at the brick factory next door. The original beehive kiln is still in tact in the back yard but no longer used. I used the local clay for my ware for years until the brick yard was closed and the clay pits were turned into catfish ponds. I have several floral designs as well as whimsical sea life. I make a large assortment of ware from place settings to bird baths
Johnnie Barney Raven Mad Ak Pottery/Studio 139 n. Bonanza Palmer
Alaska 99645 USA 907-745-9035 RavenMad50@hotmail.com Raven Mad Studio
/Gallery is nestled in the Matanuska Valley 35 miles north of Anchorage. I have 5 wheels available for the beginner or advanced potter. Personal one on one assistance is always available. I sell clay, glaze and tools. 2 large kilns are available also for a minimal fee. Raven Mad pottery is always wholesale to the public. Beautiful, functional one of a kind works of art. Microwave safe, dishwasher safe and ovenproof. Hours: 9 am to 5 pm Tuesday thru Saturday. Sundays and after 5 by appointment. Come by and have tea! The view inside and out is to die for!!
Indigo Street Pottery, Home studio/gallery of Jeff Reich and Farraday
Newsome 6931 East Indigo St. Mesa, AZ 85207, 480-354-7202,
Visitors will enjoy seeing the high-fire sculptural teapots, double jars and cups of Jeff and the internationally known majolica teapots, platters and more of Farraday. Studio is located on 1 and 1/4 acres of desert with occasional visits from local wildlife. Call for directions.
Marilyn Totonchi Artsy Phartsy 2144 N. Arizona Ave #B-20
Chandler, AZ 85225-3456 480 217 0260 email@example.com
New studio designed to focus on instruction in the arts - handbuilding, wheel thrown and surface decorations; we also have classes in other mediums. Wheels and firing available by appointment - call first.
Danielle Quilligan-Fochs Muse- Tucson's Home for the Arts 516 N. 5th Ave.
Tucson Arizona 85705 (520) 903-0918 (520) 620-1395 .
We have a complete ceramics studio with areas for handbuilding, wheel throwing, figure sculpture, and raku. We also have beginning, intermediate and advanced classes as well as open studio times. The building is home to over 25 artists. Monday thru Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm with open studio times in the evening and many special events! Call to see what is going on at Muse (520) 903-0918!
Firuse S. Stalcup Canyon Clay Design - Architectural Ceramics 25 Sierra Roja
Cr. Sedona AZ 86351 (928) 284-3399 firstname.lastname@example.org www.canyonclaydesign.com
We are an architectural ceramics design company dedicated to creating one of a kind ceramic tile installations and light fixtures to embellish the interior and exterior of your home. Our company offers table or wall mounted light fixtures, individual accent tiles or full kitchen and bath tile environments. Our goal is to produce unique artistic pieces representative of your interests and life style and designed to add value to your home and bring joy to you and all who experience them. We look forward to working with you or your designer on your next ceramic project. Please call or email for an appointment
Michelle Lowe Desert Dragon Pottery PO Box 41008 Phoenix AZ 85080-1008 602-690-6956 Mishy@desertdragonpottery.com www.desertdragonpottery.com
Stoneware and porcelain functional pottery, tile and sculpture. Showroom on site. Large facility with classes, open studio, and private lessons, various firing types available including cone 10 reduction, oxidation, raku and primitive firing. By appointment, please call or email ahead. We have many beginning potters working here as well as dedicated enthusiasts and serious artists. Call ahead for a tour!
Tom Fish Ceramics of the song, 12243 n Hacienda Dr., Sun City, Arizona, 85351
623 974 2529 email@example.com
Functional stoneware and porcelain. Home studio so anytime. prices negotiable
- Kurt Unterschuetz and Caryn Unterschuetz are craft persons in the classical sense, and find themselves endlessly intrigued by the transformation of earth and its elements into art and function.
- Working as professional potters and artisans since the early 1990s, the Unterschuetzes are recognized for their unique horsehair raku pottery. The technique originated with the Japanese, and involves heating handthrown pots to 1,000 degrees in a special kiln, then laying horsehair across the hot pottery to oxidize and produce beautiful designs. They also create a line of spongeware function, which remains a perennial favorite with collectors of Unterschuetz pottery.
- Caryn is a multi-media artist, and is best known for her Chinese brushstroke work, which is available as prints, or as part of Kurt's line of porcelain bowls and pots.
- All work is handthrown and handcrafted, and all production is done in their Prescott studio. Dates and times typically open (if varies please advise to call or e-mail first): Always open but call first to make sure we're here.
Mendocino Art Center 45200 Little Lake St. P O Box 765 Mendocino
California 95460 707-937-5818
Bill Mellentin, Webmaster(707-937-3784) 707-937-1764 firstname.lastname@example.org
Two studios provide for throwing and slab work. Numerous gas and electric kilns for various firing types, including large capacity. Provides numerous classes throughout the year. Studio time is available outside class times, especially in Fall, Winter & Spring. Artist in residence & assistant opportunities. Located in the beautiful coastal & historic village of Mendocino, CA.
http://www.mendocinoartcenter.org Visit website, e-mail, or telephone for complete details. A leading art center with world-class visiting & local instructors.
John DeLois The Clay Studio 743 Harrison St San Francisco CA 94107-1225
415.777.9080 email@example.com www.theclaystudio.com
A multipurpose art space featuring an 1100 sq.ft exhibition space, 32 artists' work spaces and a class area dedicated to pottery making and sculpture. Open to the public during gallery hours, Wednesday -Saturday 12 -5, and by appointment.
Judith Enright Black Leopard Clayware 2213 Radio Ave. San Jose CA 95125
USA 408-448-4597 408-448-4594 firstname.lastname@example.org www.bleopard.com
Our studio creates a variety of pottery, from dinnerware to clocks to gardenware to tile wall hangings, and everything in between! This small studio is located in a delightful and historic residential neighborhood in San Jose, California. We're open Monday through Thursday, 10-5. Since our one-to-one classes may be in session, it's always a good idea to call ahead or email to set up a time to come by.
Buck Striegel, Peninsula Potters, 2078 Sunset Drive, Pacific Grove, California
93950 USA 831-372-8867
A local artists Co op studio and gallery featuring seven potters. Hand made stoneware and porcelain in traditional and contemporary styles featuring functional, decorative and sculptural work. 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM seven days a week. Closed Christmas and Thanksgiving. Call ahead.
Ki & Yulia Cho Echo Ceramics 2805 La Cienega Ave, Los Angeles CA
90034 USA 310-815-1525 email@example.com www.echoceramics.com
Echo Ceramics is a full time studio offering classes, membership, firing, and supplies. We provide stimulating and supportive atmosphere for everybody interested in clay, from an absolute beginner to the advanced thrower and sculptor. Members can make use of 10 wheels, hand-building area, 25 cone 10 glazes, and a raku kiln.
Monday - Thursday 10am to 9pm, Friday - Sunday 11am to 5pm.
Beverley Ann Madonia, Royalcanadian Pottery 17907 New Riders Way
Anderson, Ca 96007 USA firstname.lastname@example.org
Right now I am in the corner of the garage , my husbands garage, (you know what I'm talking about. My New cottage grotto is underway in another area, of the property. I make mostly functional stuff. Almost any time of the day or evening is fine with me. If you whish to stop by please call first 530-357-4075 ask for Bev
Pam Angelo Clay Impressions 6732 Log Cabin Lane, Placerville, CA 95667
530-621-3688 530-621-3639 email@example.com www.clayimpressions.com
Small home-based studio near the historic town of Placerville CA. I offer a nice variety of hand built functional pottery. My pieces are highly detailed with interesting textures and intense colors. Rural studio open by appointment only - please call or email for detailed directions.
BC HSU, PO Box 504, 10386 Crows Nest Lane, Penn Valley,
California 95946-0504 United States (530) 432-1299 firstname.lastname@example.org
Wheel thrown and slab, vases, water falls, sculpture, containers of all shapes and sizes. Open when not on the show circuit, please call prior to coming to the studio.
David Pier, David Pier Porcelain, 1063 Moreno Ave. Palo Alto, CA
94303 USA email@example.com http://www.davidpier.com
Modern design thrown and slipcast porcelain pottery by David Pier. "Pottery of the Future Available Today." By appointment only. E-mail first.
Apryl Tackett, Kawoni Studios, 86 S. Laurel, Ventura, California, 93001 , US
805-804-6312 aprylrae@KawoniStudios.com www.KawoniStudios.com
Kawoni is a full service art studio. We feature pottery classes in a variety of clay bodies depending on what the student is wishing to learn. Our classes are primarily handbuilding and slab techniques, and we offer both adult and children's classes. We also have bisque available for people wanting to 'dip their toe' into ceramics before jumping in. Our gallery offers finished pottery pieces, kiln fired glass pieces, and art in multiple other media (quilting, paintings, kiln formed jewelry etc). We also have a year round henna lounge and have multiple party/reception/event options. Mon/Tue - Closed, Wed/Thu - 11a-7p, Fri/Sat - 11a-9p, Sun - 12-5
ACAI Studios & Gallery, 7425 Winding Way, Fair Oaks CA 95628
916-988-2453 firstname.lastname@example.org www.acaistudios.com
Allied Ceramics Art Institute (ACAI) is a community studio that includes a full ceramics studio, gallery and private studio spaces. We offer classes for children and adults, workshops and memberships. We have gas and electric kilns for various firing types, including large capacity. Our gallery hosts new shows of local artists every month that include paintings, sculpture and pottery. We love to have visitors call or E-Mail for an appointment.
Shannon Long, 4161 Benton Street, Denver, Colorado 80212 Home-303.421.2765
Cell-720.210.3551 email@example.com www.shannonstudio.com
I make a line of functional porcelain dinnerware as well as working extensively on sculptural pieces. I offer assistantships which consist of studio space in exchange for work around the studio. I have an 800sf Studio with 2 electric kilns (9cf & 2.75cf), a slabroller, wheels, an extruder, a spray booth, glazing area, compressed air, small library, computer database of glazes and chemicals, and a photo rig for professional quality slides. I also have a 600sf kiln yard with 2 high fire reduction gas kilns (37cf and 6cf-the smaller one doubles as a raku kiln), and a brick fire pit. I have 1.3 million BTU's piped to the kilns.
Lance Timco, The Clay Center, Inc., 302 Tia Juana, Colorado Springs, CO 80909
USA 719-475-7424 firstname.lastname@example.org www.theclaycenter.com
The Clay Center, Inc. offers 6 and 12 month memberships, 10 x 10' professional spaces, rolling ware cart rental and basic membership, all of which offer 24 hour/ 7 day a week access. Workshops and classes are available for the beginning to the advanced ceramicists. Special discounted memberships are also available for high school and college students. Studio space is geared for recreation as well as the full time production. The Clay Center, Inc. provides a productive studio environment with the goal of promoting excellence in clay art. Open 7 Days a week. 9-5 business hours. Members hours 24 hours a day.
Elizabeth Robinson, Elizabeth Robinson Studio, 514 E. Main Street, Rangely, CO 81648
United States 970-274-1239 email@example.com www.elizabethrobinson.com
Functional and decorative tableware, serving and display items. Thrown, handbuilt and slipcast. Open by chance and appointment, but my studio is a storefront on Main St. so I'm there most of the time during regular business hours as well as odd hours. Feel free to drop by, or call first.
Morty Bachar and Patty Storms, Lakeside Pottery Ceramic School and Studio
LLC, Studio@lakesidepottery.com www.lakesidepottery.com
Learn to create decorative and functional pottery in a professional, spacious and well lit studio centrally located in Stamford, CT. The environment is hospitable and friendly. Group classes or private lessons are available. After school classes and programs for children. Kiln time share and open Studio time can be purchased for independent work. Custom programs, birthday party events for both, children or adults, and corporate team building workshops are also offered. The studio is located on 543 Newfield Avenue in Stamford, CT only minutes away from Greenwich, Darien, Norwalk and New Canaan.
Susan Gerr Birch Mountain Pottery 223 Merrow Road P.O. 422 Tolland CT 06084
860 875-0149 firstname.lastname@example.org www.birchmountainpottery.com
studio/showroom/classroom.. make and sell functional wheel thrown stoneware... open tuesday-saturday 10-5
Persephone A. Knowles, Mud on Wheels- A "start to finish" Pottery Studio
308 North Anguilla Rd., Pawcatuck, CT 06379 USA
Our studio is located in a rural area. The work space has plenty of natural light, work space, and equipment for small classes or independent work. We have a very clean, safety oriented environment which encourages self-exploration. If an artist wants to learn a particular skill, all they have to do is ask for assistance. Small classes allow for individualized attention.
Times vary. Please call our studio and come for a visit.
We are excited with the prospects of getting our new front loading gas kiln. This acquisition coincides with our need to expand our work space to accommodate our new kiln. We can't wait to get the permits and such to build onto our existing space. Pottery under glass...way cool!!! We also strive to educate those interested in the history of clay, ancient cultures and clay/surface treatment and firing methods. We pit, smoke and raku fire all year round but especially during our summer camps.
Annmarie Van Lenten Sun Pottery 1391 NE 157th Terrace Williston,
Florida 32696 352-529-2699 AnnmarieVL@aol.com hometown.aol.com/annmarievl/mypottery.html
I work in functional stoneware pottery. Electric and gas fired. I also work in raku pottery. I offer private lessons/classes to all ages in handbuilding, wheel work, glaze making, firing. Please contact me by phone or email 352-529-2699 AnnmarieVL@aol.com or you can visit my web site to see my work and contact me through there.
Fire and Mud Ceramics 134 NE 1st ave Hallandale Fl 33009 954-455-3099
We are an open (co-op) studio. We have wheel and handbuilding supplies. We teach classes and host workshops. mon 3-10 tues 9-5 wed 3-10 thurs 9-9 fri 9-5 sat 11-5
St. Petersburg Clay Co., Inc. 420 22nd Street South St. Petersburg Florida
33712 727-327-2815 fax 727-321-7926 email@example.com www.stpeteclay.com
Come on down! We are an active members studio with 40 current participants. Our facilities include a dozen electric kilns, 2 flat-top gas kilns, salt, soda, and wood kilns, as well as facilities for raku, and pit firing. Coming this summer is an anagama! Highwater Clays (Ashville, NC) runs their first Florida store from our building, so you can also pick up clay, tools, kilns, and other supplies while you're here. We are creating a residency program as well, so if you're interested, give us a call or come on down. Hope to see you soon! Monday through Saturday, 10am - 5pm
David & Barbara Hoggatt, A Touch of Sanibel Pottery, 1544 Periwinkle Way
Sanibel Island, Florida 33957 USA 239-472-4330 Fax 239-472-4430
Production studio creating functional and decorative stoneware and porcelain for 24 years. Tropical setting in Gulf of Mexico. Mon.-Sat. 10am to 6pm. Be blessed, come and visit. We are a ministry.
Lois Crisp Stover, Clayunique, 34749 Estes Rd, Eustis, Fl 32736 USA
352-483-3595 352-483-3595 firstname.lastname@example.org 352-516-7462
Studio, is where I work on my own art work, and I share it with select students. I present workshops for beginners/more advanced students for Raku firing techniques. Dates and times for workshops vary. I limit the students to 6 per class, assuring students a more one on one experience. A good idea for a class is to get together yourself, and 5 others then call for workshop dates/time.
The workshop will cover: class one: making a few pieces handbuilt. class two is glazing techniques Class three: Raku firing. Lunch will be provided, usually pizza. bring a lawn chair, wear cotton clothes. long pants, long sleeves, full toed shoes for safety. You will have fun experience the joy and amazement of Raku firing. Opening the pits is like opening presents, you will always get a pleasant surprise. (warning it is addictive.)
Blondell Lehocki, LadyHawk Of Heartland Ceramic Art Studio,
3606 Logue Road, Myakka City, Florida 34251 941-737-7713 cell phone.
Our studio is located out in Myakka City, Florida. We offer beginner hand-building classes, and soon will be offering wheel-throwing classes to ages 8 to 98. The atmosphere is country, and weather permitting, classes are held outside. We also provide space for what we call Hen Parties, where the girls can get together and enjoy the art of clay together. Please contact us at the above website. All information is listed. We would love to have you out to play in clay.
Denise Mendez, MIY Ceramics and Glass Studio, 723 S 21 Ave , Hollywood, FL
33020, 954-927-7300 email@example.com www.miyceramics.com
MIY Ceramics and Glass is an open access studio and learning center for people interested in handmade pottery and glass fusing arts. We are a unique playground for clay and glass enthusiasts, ceramics and glass artists and recreational potters of all skill levels who come to our studio to make, learn, play with and shop for functional and decorative pottery and glass artwork. We house over 35 local potters and glass artists under our open membership plan. Besides the membership program, we offer wheel throwing and hand building pottery classes as well as glass fusing classes to adults and kids of different skill levels. Monday through Saturday from 9:00 am to 10:00 pm.
Caroline Montague, Sweet Earth Pottery, 29 Hale Ridge Road, Clayton, Georgia 30525 706-782-2918 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sweet Earth Pottery is located in the Warwoman Wildlife Refuge area of Rabun County 10 miles east of Clayton,Georgia. In addition to Tuesday AM classes once a week, the studio is shared by a group of potters renting by the month. Electric wheels, slab roller, extruder and glaze program under 1500sq' of indoor space and the kiln shed with 2 gas kilns help us make pots. We fire to cone 10 reduction and have lovely glazes. Twice a year we have kiln openings. Call or email and come for a visit.
Alice Tinkley The Clay Place 2 Killian Hill Rd NW Norcross Ga 770-656-8806 email@example.com
Wheel, hand building, glazing and firing. Studio time available. Unlimited access for studio members, call first for appointment. Seeking teachers for classes at all levels.
Mark Issenberg Lookout Mountain Pottery 3005 Plum Nelly Road
Rising Fawn Ga 30738 706-398-3232 firstname.lastname@example.org www.Lookoutmountainpottery.com
Ash glazed stoneware. Have a super mountain view. Close to Cloudland canyon State Park that has camping and cabins, plus waterfalls. Best to e-mail or call. Bring a camera and wear hiking shoes.
Mark Knott Suwanee Clayworks 101 oakwood hills drive suwanee ga. 30024 . 770-932-3759 678-714-1259 email@example.com
We work in our large unfinished basement, aprox 1200 sq. feet that opens to the woods. we produce functional pots, using porcelain and firing to c/6 oxidation. We plan to build a 40-50 cubic foot soda kiln in the very near future. We are making two types of pots, one extremely decorative using underglazes and covered in a clear glaze and the other a bit quieter, and more traditional. We are looking forward to our new kiln to expand our decorative options. We are open everyday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., but safe to say it is always best to call or email first as it is difficult to hear people from my studio. We love visitors and our studio is always open. please call and set up a time to meet us!
Jewel Rubin Pottsability Pottery 3415 Johnson Ferry Road Roswell GA 30075 770-643-3966 770-643-1969 Jewel@Pottsability.com www.Pottsability.com
Mostly stoneware, some porcelain. Fired in Oxidation and Reduction. I have a passion for Raku & my gas kiln doubles as a reduction kiln or Raku kiln. The BEST times are weekday evenings and on weekends from 9am through 5pm. It is best to call ahead or email first to be sure I am going to be here.
James R. Cooper Cooper Pottery 8794 E. Cherokee Dr. Canton Ga. 30115 Cherokee 770-479-1536 firstname.lastname@example.org
Functional/folk with a variety of glazes to include wood ash. Pitchers, Bowls, Vases, Face Jugs, Ring Jugs, Wedding Jugs, Miniatures and a large variety of shapes and designs. Open daily Monday thru Saturday but need to call(770-479-1536) before making trip. I began working for W.J.Gordy at the age of fourteen and apprenticed under him. In 1979 I opened my own business at 8794 E. Cherokee Dr., Canton, Ga. 30115
Katie Cannon Katie Cannon's Ceramics 40 Stoneview Terrace Covington GA 30016 770-787-8024 email@example.com
I produce Slip-Cast Pieces, that are low-fire cone 04 Bisque and I also produce hand built Tableware and I sell bisque and finished ware. I am open Saturdays 11:00 am until 3:00pm and Thursday Nights 7:00 pm until 10:00 pm. I am also open by appointment only on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the afternoon. Please call if you are interested in stopping by.
Joel Weeks, Odd Eye Art, 3891 Andrews Crossing, Roswell, GA 30075
678-361-6902 firstname.lastname@example.org www.oddeyeart.com
I make surreal and abstract pottery which each have a unique whimsical shape. Please email before visiting.
Judy Roth Kaua`i Clay Creations P.O. Box 1212 Hanalei Hawaii 96714 (808)826-4468 email@example.com www.kauaitravel.com
Tropical Pottery Retreat! Vacation rental studio with small pottery shop by pristine Kauai beach /wheel, electric and beach pit firings. available to rent please call 808-826-4468 Recharge and get creative in Kaua`i Hawai`i's tropical paradise- Relax and do ceramics! Artist retreats available*
Linda Collins Chapman Linda Chapman Design 3722 Albert Road PO Box 223221 Princeville HI 96722 808-826-5557 , call first LccDesign@aol.com www.hawaiicraftsmen.org
A private studio on the incredible Northshore of Kauai. Private and group instruction, materials, tools and firing available. I'm flexible. Please call or email first. Mahalo, Linda I have been a professional potter for 30 years. I show my work in nine states on the mainland and at my studio in Princeville. I have shown my Highfire carved porcelain at the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian and was recently invited to show in the Biennale Internazionale in Florence, Italy.
Jim Cullen, Jim Cullen Clay Studio
845 Edgewater Drive, Naperville, Illinois, 60540
630-252-5600, 630-357-3320, firstname.lastname@example.org
Studio Description: Converted one-car garage. About 200 sq. ft. Crusader Electric Kiln with vent. Shimpo wheel on legs (throw standing). Hobbyist looking for full-time after retirement (4 yrs.). Mix glazes from scratch. INSIGHT user. Throw porcelain. Tuckers MCS. Call first 630-357-3320 or e-mail at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Midwest Clay Guild 1236 Sherman Ave. Evanston, IL. 60202 (847) 475-9697
The Midwest Clay Guild has studio space available. The Guild is a co-operative studio in Evanston, Illinois (just north of Chicago) Each member has an individual studio space and we share facilities which include a 35 cu. ft. gas kiln, 4 electric kilns, a slab roller, glazing and chemical storage rooms and a spray booth. We are convenient to public transportation, there is ample parking and 24 hour access. If you would like more information please call or drop by (it is a good idea to call first).
Carl Mankert Art By Carl 2312 Wing St. Rolling Meadows IL 60008 847-342-8521 email@example.com
Home Sweet Home Studio. From short run production and classes to kiln repair and maintenance. Mostly stoneware and raku in mostly functional styles.
Emily Rowe Clay Monet, Inc. 745 W. Main Street Lake Zurich IL 60047 847-540-7772 847-540-7768 www.claymonet.com
Ready to paint pottery store, with throwing wheels and handbuilding tables. Open studio 7 days a week. No sign-up necessary. Public hours: Mon 5-9pm Tues-Fri 1-9pm Sat & Sun 12-7pm Please visit web site for changes in hours. Private Parties Mon 10am-4pm Sat & Sun 10am-noon Located on corner of Rts 12 and 22, in Village Square Shopping Center...in Taco Bell parking lot.
Cindy Darnell Figments 342 N. Main Breese IL 62231 618-526-0342 firstname.lastname@example.org
Electric Pottery wheels and bisque available. Electric kilns fired up to Cone 6. 4 week classes as well as weekend workshops. Located near Carlyle Lake (Illinois largest inland lake) 45 miles east of St. Louis. Let the guys fish and we'll throw all day! Winter hours: Monday & Tuesday 2-5 Wednesday -Friday 9-5. Evening hours vary. Weekends - call ahead at 594-4444 or 526-0342 A great safe escape when life gets overwhelming - come and throw to your hearts content.
David Toan terra Incognito studios and gallery 246 Chicago Avenue Oak Park IL 60302 (708)383-6228 email@example.com www.terraincognitostudios.com
A diversified arts space focusing on the ceramic arts. we have 2 classrooms, artists' studios and a gallery featuring 25 different potters. We have gas, wood, soda, Raku and electric kilns. Open Tuesday thru Saturday from 10 AM to 6 PM We're a full service facility. For more about us visit our web site at www.terraincognitostudios.com. To get on our email list send me your address at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kristi Ruud Heavenly EarthWorks Pottery 2951 15th Avenue, Moline, Illinois
61265 USA 309-797-4615 Kilpatrik1@aol.com
I enjoy throwing and slab building. I enjoy using unusual textures. Love to make big, slumped bowls especially. Please call or email first. I don't normally have much here because as soon as I make it -- it goes into the stores, but I would love to meet other potters and talk "shop"!
Judy Katz, Art 'n Soul Ceramics, 206 East Hempstead Ave. Fairfield, Iowa 52556 USA 641-472-0912 email@example.com
This is a home-based studio- porcelain, stoneware c. 6, wheel-thrown, hand built. We are open for individuals and groups who want to jump in at any point of ceramic production: paint-your own on bisque, learn to throw, do sculpture. Use an electric kiln. Just call before coming, or e-mail!
Barry R. Geise
Mud & Company, 402 Smith Street, Grand Mound, Iowa 52751
319/ 847-2844 firstname.lastname@example.org
Functional Stoneware C/6 and c/10 by appointment: call or email first
Teach part-time at Black Hawk College, Moline, Ill. Founder and original owner of Stone County Pottery, Mtn. View, AR.
Pottery by Craig 2306 Seneca Way. Sioux City, IA 51104
Ifire mostly cone 6, oxidation, instoneware andI also do work inRaku, creating both functional and sculptural pieces. I sell my work at art festivals throughout the Midwest and Southwest United States as well as galleries in that same area and beyond. When I'm not at a festival, I am almost always at my studio which is in my house. I also teach clay classes at the local art center during the winter months. So if you're going to be in the area and want to drop by to shop or just talk about clay, drop me an email and I'll make arrangements to be in the studio.
Colin Sterling King Potter's Square 108 North Illinois Lake City Iowa 51449 712-464-3774 Colin@potterssquare.com www.potterssquare.com
Established in 1995, Potter's Square is an original and unique gallery/studio that is well known for it's fine quality handmade pottery. Potter's Square features functional wheel thrown stoneware and raku by a local artist and owner of the pottery shop. Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Saturday 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. or by appointment
Greg Lamont Creative Artists' Studios of Ames (CASA) 130 South Sheldon Ave. Ames Iowa 50014 (515) 292-3448 email@example.com www.lamontpottery.com
Mostly wheel-thrown functional stoneware (c/6 and c/10 ox. and red.) and earthenware. CASA is an artists' co-op where I work with five other full and part-time potters amidst other artists working in other fine art and fine craft media. CASA is open to the public on Saturday afternoons from 12-4. Other times by appointment.
Tim Loftus Loftus Gallery and Pottery Studio 202 West Main Street PO Box 326 Lawton, Iowa 51030 712-944-5870 firstname.lastname@example.org www.loftusgallery.com
The Loftus Gallery and Pottery Studio is located in a 1950 square foot facility with gallery space and large raku court. Established originally in 1993 in Monroe, LA., and moved to Lawton, IA in 1996. Our studio makes all types of utilitarian, ceramic tiles, and raku pottery. I sell my work at the Sioux City Art Gift Gallery and in a limited number of galleries in the Midwest and Southern United States. I mainly cone 10 fire in electric but will be adding a large capacity gas kiln in the future. The Loftus Gallery in open most weekends or by appointment. If your in the area and just want to talk shop give us a call (712) 944-5870. I also do art festivals around the country. The Studio offers raku workshops and pottery lessons for all ages and levels.
Steve and Jane Fry, Elk Falls Pottery Works, 501 6th street, PO Box 15, Elk Falls, Kansas 67345 620-329-4425 email@example.com www.elkfallspottery.com
We have been in operation since 1976. We dig and process our clay. Mainly we do functional stoneware and some "etched" earthenware. We are in a small rural community and are a family business. We are closed on Sunday. Otherwise we are open basically 9-5. Call first if this is your destination.
Michael Jones Billy Goat Hill Pottery 1923 Quarry St. Louisville KY.40206 502 5837747 firstname.lastname@example.org
highfired porcelain and stoneware all functional pottery. 10 am to 5 pm
Mona Arritt / John Delawder Ashland Area Art Gallery 1516 Winchester Ave. Ashland Ky 41101 USA 1- 606 - 329 - 1826 email@example.com
Teaching studio and Gallery offering classes and workshops for beginning and advanced students. AAAG has two galleries one devoted to all forms of Art and is directed by Brenda Keathley. The Pottery Gallery handles works by Mona Arritt, John Delawder, and students. Ashland Area Art Gallery is open 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM Monday - Saturday. Studio is open most days later then 4:00 PM so please call. Two fine Galleries one location!!! Shows For May / AAAG Gallery - Dale Chihuly (Glass, Original Prints) / Pottery Gallery - Student Show
Tonya Johnson Payne Street Pottery Studio 531 North Hite Ave.
Louisville, KY 40206 502-896-0230 firstname.lastname@example.org
Payne St. Pottery Studio is a working studio offering studio space and classes. We have several producing potters, so our work is varied from sculptural to utilitarian, gas reduction to primitive wood fired. We are open to the public for special sales, classes, and by appointment.
Catherine Bennett or George Schneider Studio of the Woods 700 Fox Run Trail Harlan Ky 40831 606-573-0015 email@example.com
Studio of the Woods is ceramic studio located in the mountains of Southeastern Ky. We sponsor the Harlan Clay Guild, a group of local potters working on the wheel as well as handbuilding. We fire Raku, pit, electric and ^10 gas of both functional and nonfunctional work ranging from low, medium, and high fire clays. Classes are available on a limited basis. Specific topic workshops can be produced for groups of 5 or more. Monday thru Friday. 12-6pm or by appointment.
Jeff Zamek Ceramics Consulting Services 6 Glendale Woods Dr. Southampton MA 01073 413 529 2674 firstname.lastname@example.org www.fixpots.com
Offering technical information on clays, glazes, raw materials, kilns, equipment, tools, ceramic toxicology, product development, clay body and glaze formulas for all temperature ranges and atmospheres. Open every day to answer ceramic questions and problems. Call 413 527 7337 The only thing consistent in ceramics is change. Information and advise is critical to solve problems.
Beth Heit Hamsa Pottery 48 Fellsmere Rd Newton MA 02459 617 558-1440 email@example.com www.bethheit.com
Functional pottery, tiles, Judaica, wall reliefs, sculpture. open by appointment please call or email first
Sharon Levy, Ancient Echos Arts, 10 Tyngsboro Rd, North Clemsford, MA 01863 978-869-2912 firstname.lastname@example.org www.ancientechosarts.com
Description of Studio and/or Pottery Made:
A pottery specializing in the exploration of functional, decorative, & sculptural cone 6 stoneware utilizing both handmade and wheel-thrown forms and vessels. The pottery offers lessons to adults in addition to general sales. Judaica is also produced in this studio as well as the acceptance of some commission work. Dates and times typically open (if varies please advise to call or e-mail first): Tuesdays 10am to 5pm, Wednesdays 11am to 9:30pm, Thursdays 11am to 9:30pm, By appt: 978-869-2912
Alisha Clarke Pottery, 402 Allen Rd., Belchertown, MA 01007
Studio visits available by appointment.
Alisha makes functional stoneware pottery, including dinnerware, bowls, mugs, vases and baking ware; along with decorative pieces. All of her functional pieces are made with food safe glazes.
Pam Pulley, ClayWorks 16999 s. US-2, Lansing, MI 49906; 517-482-1602
Studio Description: Co-op of 25-30 potters with studio and store. We also teach classes. We try to be open during classes on Tuesday's and Saturday Lab times. Best to call ahead.
Denise Vandeville Seven Cranes Pottery 24501 Alston Avenue, Pelkie, Michigan 49958 USA 906-338-2600 email@example.com
The studio is situated on 80 acres in the Great North Woods near Lake Superior. The new pottery building will be finished 2003, situated along a quiet creek that starts at a natural spring just a couple hundred feet up the hill. In my present studio, I produce work out of porcelain that celebrates our continuing relationship with nature. I teach ceramics at Bay College, so my home studio is only open Thursday through Saturday and I always advise to call or email first, to set up an appointment. I conduct classes and private raku workshops during the year at the pottery. These classes also include nature walks as part of the experience, to calms one spirit before working with the clay.
I B Remsen 214 Third Street Ann Arbor Michigan 48103 734-996-0873 firstname.lastname@example.org www.ibremsenpotter.com
Small urban studio in small barn in back of 1850's house. Located in the historic Old West Side of Ann Arbor. I produce mostly reduction fired stoneware and porcelain meant for the table. Look at web site for a good overview. varies, please e-mail first
Dawn Soltysiak, Khnemu Studio, 6322 113th Ave, Fennville, MI 49408
269-236-9260 email@example.com www.khnemustudio.comwww.khnemustudio.com
Situated at the pastoral setting of an 1890's farm estate. The studio of ceramic artist Dawn Soltysiak is located in an authentically restored barn. Specializing in unique firing techniques. Dawn works in Raku, Pit and Smoke fired pottery. Studio/Gallery is open May-Nov. with set hours or anytime by appointment.
Blue Coast Artists, 6322 113th Ave, Fennville, MI 49408
269-236-9260 firstname.lastname@example.org www.bluecoastartists.com
A group of unique, rural, professional artists studios and galleries. Blue Star Pottery (Mark Williams, Lake Effect (Lee McKee), Khnemu Studio (Dawn Soltysiak) and a variety of other artist studios. May-Oct Fri, Sat., or Sun. 11am-5pm or anytime by appointment
Tom Gennette, Northport Pottery, 7907 N. Matheson, Northport, MI, 49670
231-386=5827 email@example.com www.northportpottery.com
My studio is located in the beautiful Leelanau Pennisula. My work is wheel thrown lidded vessels and raku glazed. After teaching high school Art and adult Ceramic classes; I have retired and this will be my first year as a studio artist. Mid May til late Oct Tues-Sat 10:00 to 3:00
Diana Wittliff, Muskrat Mudworks, 36538 2nd Ave., Gobles, MI 49055
269-521-3408 firstname.lastname@example.org www.gozabo.com/artist/diana
I make Raku, Horse Hair and brightly colored functional pottery. Please call or e-mail ahead. Go to web site for images.
Phil Raskin North Prairie Tileworks 2845 Harriet Ave So. Minneapolis MN 55408 612 871 3421 612 871 2923 Information@HandMadeTile.com www.HandMadeTile.com
Hand made custom tile. Ina variety of shapes colors and sizes. Extruded, ram pressed, and hand painted tile and functional pottery. Monday through Friday 10:00AM to 6:00PM, evenings by appointment. Stop by and visit. If you want a more in depth conversation or tour please call ahead.
Tony Ferguson 315 N. Lake Ave. Apt 312 Duluth MN 55806 218-727-6339 218-727-6339 email@example.com www.aquariusartgallery.com
Shared studio at Artspace Artist Cooperative. Single fired Stoneware & Porcelain in Anagama Wood Kiln outside of Minneapolis. Call or email, please. Check us out!
Brian Lundberg Lundberg Pottery Studio 401 2nd st Moose Lake MN 55767 218 485 4594 firstname.lastname@example.org
2 person studio specializing in mid to high fire stoneware. functional as well as artistic. homemade glazes, no poisons. wheel thrown and handbuilt. open mon, thurs, fri, sat, sun 12 to 5pm closed tue and wed we have a recycled church that we turned into a pottery shop. stop and watch us build something or just have a cup of coffee or tea
Gaylen Peterson Pine Hill Pottery 17718 Co Hwy 1 Lake Park MN 56554 218/238-6758 email@example.com www.pinehillpottery.biz
Our operation includes a small working pottery with wood-fired functional wares being the main point of concentration. You will also find pieces of pottery fired in the colorful and dramatic Raku process. May-October, you can find our Showroom open for business, 24 hours a day 7 days a week. We are set up on a Self-Serve model that allows each person to shop at their leisure and also helps to keep the prices accessible and the cost of business down. If you are planning a visit please feel free to call or e-mail first.
Crossings at Carnegie. owner Marie Marvin. . 507-732-7616 firstname.lastname@example.org www.crossingsatcarnegie.com
Our pottery space is in the lower level of an art gallery. Members have 24-hour access to the space with 8 wheels and electric kiln. All members have the opportunity to sell their work in the gallery. Ongoing classes for kids, including summer camps in handbuilding and wheel. Ongoing classes for adults in beginning, advanced, and Raku pottery. Please don’t hesitate to call.>
Patrick & Nancilee Bodine Bodine Pottery & Art Studio Studio
108 Jeff Davis Avenue P.O. Box 503 Long Beach Mississippi 39560
WorkPhone: (228) 863-4734 FAX: (228) 864-3596
Working /teaching studio, kids classes, adult classes, PMC classes, wheel time rental, electric kilns, and SOON: Gas kiln. Downtown Long Beach, 5 blocks from the beach (Gulf of Mexico). Open 6 days /week, usually 10:00 a.m. -9:00 p.m., Mon.-Fri., Sat. 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.. Please call us!!! We love to talk about the processes of making, firing, and so forth.
Natural Potters @ Bee Creek Studio, Rose & Micheal Haldiman
Hollister, Missouri 66762 (USA)
The Natural Potters Studio opened in 1998 and now with God's blessing we have now relocated to Hollister, MO. We have an electric wheel, slab roller, extruder and electric kiln & controller (10 cubic ft). We throw functional pottery and create hand built & altered pieces too! We also make our own glasses from our large collection of glaze materials. Visit our web site @ www.naturalpotters.com Email us @ email@example.com if you are a local church holding a silent auction and we will donate pieces. We would love to hear from you and share our love of clay!
Mark Oehler Omega Pottery Shop, Mark Oehler Flyfishing Guide 120 East Hwy 248 Reeds Spring, Mo. 65737 417-272-3369 firstname.lastname@example.org www.omega-pottery-shop.com
Since 1972 Omega Pottery Shop in Reeds Spring, Mo has been the workshop and sales Gallery of potter Mark Oehler. Potting full time since 1970 Mark makes a full line of one of a kind wheel-thrown stoneware. Focusing on utilitarian ware Mark uses the surfaces as canvas and decorates with underglaze engobes, scraffito, or overglaze slip painting. Items usually found in the gallery include: bowls of all sizes, vases, teapots, pitchers, covered storage jars, casseroles, plates and platters, lampbases, hanging pierced shades, fountains and handmade sinks. Gallery Hours: 10-5 daily except closed Wednesday We are in the southwest Missouri Ozarks south of Springfield and near Table Rock Lake recreation and 15 miles from Branson
Melanie Jeffs Workshop Wonders 602 River Street Missoula MT 59801 (406) 543-1516 email@example.com www.workshopwonders.com
Specializing in handcrafted ceramic tile and garden sculpture. Various open hours. Call ahead.
Sherry Wells, Free Flight Pottery, 562 Concord Lane, Kalispell, MT 59901 406/756-0766 firstname.lastname@example.org
Studio space located in back of my home, in back of that is my gas kiln shed, outside of kiln shed is my Bourry box wood kiln. I make utilitarian wood and gas fire ware. Times open vary, please call or email first. The studio is located less than 30 miles from Glacier Park and Big Mountain Ski Area, in northwest Montana.
Bonnie Schlesselman, Potters' Depot, 75 E. Benteen Street, (corner of Lobban and Benteen), Buffalo, WY 82834 USA 307-684-4555 email@example.com
Potters' Depot is a pottery studio that offers classes year around, summer workshops, gallery shows and sales. We are located in the heart of downtown Buffalo at the historical Buffalo Train Depot. Open Wednesday and Thursday 10 - 6, Friday 10 - 5, Saturday 10 - 4. May call or email to set-up appt for others times. Please contact us to be on our mailing or email list for workshops, classes, gallery shows and sales.
Charlene Potter - 402-933-8411 Omaha, NE
environmental artist Oil, watercolor, pen & ink
I am an artist with the desire to make a living wage with the express purpose of building community and protecting the environment.
An artist learning to be green
John Manley Slide Mountain Clay Works Washoe Valley Nevada www.manleypottery@AOL.com
Converted 3 car garage. Fabulous view. Olsen 24, Raku Kiln, Electric kiln, Saggar fire gas kilns, and 2 chamber small wood kiln. All sorts of pottery, specializing in large decorative pots. Showroom and gallery by appointment only.
Mimi Patrick, Argenta Earth & Fire Co., 1631 Main Street - Gallery & Studio, Gold Hill, NV 89440 775 847-7466
Functional and sculptural high fired pottery. Open 10 am to 5 pm Wednesday through Sunday or call for an appointment.
John Baymore River Bend Pottery 22 Riverbend Way Wilton NH 03086 USA 603-654-2752 JBaymore@compuserve.com
Opened in 1977, the studio is in a converted barn overlooking a river, with a small Japanese garden in the front and a graveled kiln yard in the back. The kiln yard has a crossdraft gas kiln, gas raku kiln, and a 4 chamber noborigama (climbing kiln). I produce mainly wood fired vessels, both functional and sculptural by a mix of throwing and handbuilding. Please call or email to see if I am going to be available. April through November is best. Summer woodfiring workshop in August each year. Call for details.
John Zentner, Zentner Pottery, 162 A first N.H. turnpike, Northwood, N.H. 03261 U.S.A. 603-942-7113 firstname.lastname@example.org www.jzpots.com
Functional tableware. ^10 reduction fired. And one - offs. Please call or e-mail in advance of visit. Thank you.
Leslie Maloof, Warm Stone Studio, 99 Factory Street Extension, Nashua, NH
03060 USA 603-595-9500 email@example.com www.warmstonestudio.com
Pottery classes, workshops, instruction and studio membership. Monday - Friday 10:00 - 6:00 pm. Call for appointment on Saturdays.
Meg Smeal 303 East Allendale Ave, Allendale NJ 07401 firstname.lastname@example.org
high fire stoneware mostly - functional - gas and electric kilns just my house studio - in and out have enrolled in the Studio Potter Potters bed and breakfast program - its' terrific and $10 for life!
Lauren Bellero Mudslingers Pottery 39 Leroy Place Red Bank NJ 07701 USA 732.747.4853 email@example.com
Unique wheel-thrown and hand-built functional and decorative stoneware pottery. Also featuring "Pit Fired" work. Please visit mudslingers.home.att.net to view images of this original art work and learn about the pit firing process. Studio visits anytime, but please call and leave a message first
Mike Knox Chicken Ridge Studio 2510 Chicken Ridge Road, La Crescent, MN 55947 USA 507.895.3370 firstname.lastname@example.org
Wood-fired and wood/fuel oil/salt fired salt pottery. Showroom hours 9am-6pm daily. Feel free to contact the artist and or visit the studio and showroom. Ask about our electric kiln repair services and our workshops.
Christina Carlson, Sunset Park Ceramics Studio
50th Street Studio, Brooklyn: NY
WorkPhone: (718) 567-8828 Email: email@example.com
Studio Description: Cooperative Studio. Low-key environment, members at all skill levels - Located near Park Slope Brooklyn and accessible by train from Manhattan. Looking for new members. Call Christina for more information at (718) 567-8828.
Gail McCarthy Gail, McCarthy Studio
231 Norwood Avenue Buffalo NY 14222
ph: 716/884-2195 fax:716/884-215 firstname.lastname@example.org www.gailmccarthy.com
Lusterwear. In-glaze metallic lustered vessels and tiles. Not many people do this kind of work and I have spent years relearning the secrets of the ancient Middle East potters. Call or e-mail first. Love to meet you!
ANIBAL CICARDI Lower East Tiles 107 Suffolk St. # 501 in the Lower East Side of Manhattan NY NY 10002 (212) 228-7719
Original artwork in ceramic murals, tiles and mosaic with an Latino American accent: a blend of Mexican tradition, tango murals and pop oriented handmade tiles. Monday to Saturday 9am to 7pm. For visits to the studio, interested in our handmade tiles or projects, please make an appointment by telephone or e-mail to LowerEastTiles@Aol.com Classes in tilemaking, glaze and underglaze painting, firing and installing for a maximum of 3 students per class once a week, 8 sessions.
Elaine Hardman Stoneflower Pottery 3180 Riverside Drive Wellsville NY 14895 716-593-6345 email@example.com www.stoneflowerpottery.com
Stoneflower Pottery is a part of the Allegany Artisan Tour, an organization of artists in the hills near Alfred University. My motto is Clay is Great Stuff! Currently, I am making chickens but usually I make functional work - stamped with a flower and tagged with a story. Open by chance or appointment.
Elaine Hardman Stoneflower Pottery 3180 Riverside Drive Wellsville NY 14895 716-593-6345 firstname.lastname@example.org www.stoneflowerpottery.com
Stoneflower Pottery is a part of the Allegany Artisan Tour, an organization of artists in the hills near Alfred University. My motto is Clay is Great Stuff! Currently, I am making chickens but usually I make functional work - stamped with a flower and tagged with a story. Open by chance or appointment.
George Schaeffer Buffalo Clayart Center 255 Great Arrow Buffalo New York 14207 USA 716 875 4108 email@example.com
2,500 sq. ft studio with 7 wheels that offers "Open Studio" space to adults. 6 month membership requirement. Introductory pottery lessons given on regular basis. Currently 30+ adult members, at all levels, making stoneware pieces. Open Studio members have 24/7 access, except when classes are in session. Call for appointment.
Lorrie and Michael Wardell Wardell Pottery 11 Jane Street Saugerties NY 12477 US 845-246-9177 845-246-9177 firstname.lastname@example.org www.wardellpottery.com
functional stoneware, tabletop fountains, tiles and raku. 1000 sq. ft studio in the village of Saugerties, which is in the Hudson valley. We are about 15 minutes from Woodstock. Please call or email first - we do 25 retail shows a year, so away a lot of weekends.
Suzanne Clements, Suzie's Studio, 42A Chestnut Ave, East Setauket, New York
11733 USA 631-371-9367 1-806-734-8188 email@example.com
Pots and pots and more pots. I also love to sculpt and create fun and unusual things. Paintings and hand made cards. By Appointment only, but I am there all day on Thursdays from 11:00am to 5:00pm. This is a wonderful Studio just a stones throw away from the water. I am an artist working and would like to welcome you to come and have a look at a wonderful working studio. Thanks Suzanne
Risa Hirsch Ehrlich, NoMa Arts (for North Manhattan), 116 Pinehurst Ave, Apt G-34, New York, NY 10033 212-7402136/ 917-449-7397 firstname.lastname@example.org
www.RisaClayArt.com I'm primarily a hand-builder, drawing a lot of my ideas from other mediums (painting, sculpture, print-making) as well as from other potters, especially in a Noguchi/Voulkos tradition. Primarily working at cone 6 porcelain, because it takes color so well. I do work in stoneware and fire gas, raku and wood when I have a chance. It's hard to have your own studio in NYC so I'm a studio gypsy, parking myself wherever there's room, often at a college. Almost always available if I get phone or e-mail notice. Also, can recommend International Student Hostels for NYC visitors on a low budget. It is both a pleasure and a marvelous learning experience to spend time with other potters.
Thom Hooper, Artyard Studio, 5701 Main Street, Williamsville, N.Y. 14221 716-634-0989 email@example.com www.artyardstudio.com
Artyard Studio has various regularly scheduled multi-week classes. In addition, seasonal week-long camps, occasional day events such as special interest workshops (i.e.: Raku), onetime events (i.e.: birthdays, scouts, etc.) and various art/event show appearances are also available On-site gallery/shop with a wide range of work. Check web site for typical open hours (it varies so please call or e-mail first): Thom Hooper has been making & exhibiting for over 25 years and has more than 20 years of teaching experience. For more information, or to meet Thom in person, visit his studio, browse his shop, and talk to him in person.
Candace Young/Norm Czuchra Bay River Pottery
107 Water St. Bayboro, North Carolina 28515
252-745-4749 firstname.lastname@example.org www.bayriverpottery.com
Two person studio producing a mix of functional stoneware and raku. We're in rural eastern North Carolina, an area which boasts of great sailing and super kayaking. The studio's on a deep water river with pelicans, otters and a multitude of birds that's close enough to a small city for a decent bagel and movies. We focus on art shows, an annual open house and studio traffic. Check the website for more information and the view from our studio.
When we're here we're open except between 12 and 1pm when we close for lunch-and-a-nap. Call or email your intent to visit as we are happy to have visitors.
Scott Haines Bridges Street Pottery
1910 Bridges Street Morehead City North Carolina 28557 252-808-2818 Mudman1910@yahoo.com
Once a church, now a pottery gallery and working studio, Bridges Street Pottery has functional and decorative stoneware, raku and porcelain. Raku workshops twice a month. On the N.E. corner of Bridges Street and 20th Street. Typically open on week days 9 to 5. Please call or e-mail... I teach classes at the college on Monday and Wednesday A.M
Melanie Waters Double Diamond Pottery 364 Dunwoody Road Farmville NC 27828 Phone 252-753-8767 email@example.com
Tucked away in the tiny farming community of Farmville NC, is the small studio of Double Diamond Pottery. We started our love affair with clay in 1996 and hope to continue to grow in the coming years. Come take a look at what we create "down on the farm". Our pottery is mostly functional stoneware pieces, hand thrown on an electric wheel, that is fired in an electric kiln. We only use glazes that are lead-free and barium-free, tested and certified food safe. All of our functional pieces are microwave/oven and dishwasher safe. If you would like to see more of our pottery please check out our web site at tripod.com. If you are ever in Eastern NC you are welcome to drop by the studio where the cups and the coffee are both made fresh daily.
Lisa Skeen Living Tree Studios 6329 US158 Summerfield NC 27358 USA 336-644-2768 firstname.lastname@example.org www.living-tree.net
Once a gas station, now a pottery studio and cooperative gallery! The building was built in 1941 and we took it over in 2001, converting it to workspace. We have an electric kiln and several wheels and offer clay classes for adults and children. The gallery carries work of over 35 local and regional artists; over half that number are potters working in functional stoneware and various types of Raku. Typically open Tuesday - Thursday 10 - 6; Friday and Saturday 10 - 5. I may leave for 1/2 hour in the afternoon to pick up lunch, but always leave a sign on the door stating return time. Summerfield is near Greensboro, NC. On the map, see US220 coming North out of Greensboro and look for intersection with US158. Turn right (East) and go 1.2 miles, we are the purple and cream building on the right. :)
Kim Frazier Pottery 2430 E. Main Street Lincolnton NC 28092 704-477-8406 603-688-0372 email@example.com www.frazierpottery.com
Small production studio with showroom. All work is high fired stoneware (electric c4-c9) in 3 unique glazes that are well-suited to home decorating. Specializing in graceful, lightweight dinnerware and serving pieces including large platters, plates, bowls and bakeware. Tuesday-Friday 10-4,and many Saturdays 10-2. Please call if making a special trip!
Ann Williams Fork Creek Mill Pottery 246 Old Plank Road PO Box 3 Seagrove NC 27341-0003 USA 336-873-RAKU firstname.lastname@example.org www.seagrovepotteries.com
The first time that Ann had a ball of clay she made it into a cat. A whole line has been developed which reflects her love of cats. Fork Creek Mill Pottery opened in 1988 and each piece of pottery is produced solely by Ann. Many pieces of pottery are inspired by the cats at the pottery. The cats provide constant new material for designs and along side Ann, meet the customers. A versatile potter, Ann produces stoneware, wood fired salt glaze, raku, and the occasional concrete stepping stone. One annual visitor to Fork Creek Mill Pottery “comes to see what new mischief that Ann has gotten into.” Open Tues - Sat 9am - 5pm
ML Bagwell Mill Creek Pottery 57 W. Mill Creek Road Robbinsville NC 28771 828 479 9449 828 479 9449 email@example.com www.millcreekpottery.com
ML creates colorful earthenware pottery and dinnerware in the rustic studio by the creek. Most days 10am to 6pm When ML isn't in the studio she is out in her flower garden. Come and enjoy the native and cultivated gardens...If you love flowers you'll be interested in joining in on the seed trading each year.
Ray Kaylor Mill Creek Pottery 57 W. Mill Creek Road Robbinsville NC 28771 828 479 9449 828 479 9449 firstname.lastname@example.org www.millcreekpottery.com
Rustic studio and gallery located next to a rushing stream. Glazed stoneware and porcelain functional pottery and smoke fired porcelain sculpture. Most days 10am to 6pm Come enjoy the stream and the large native and cultivated flower garden.
Lisa Parrish Shelton Homethrown Pottery 408 Gray Rock Rd. South Trinity NC 27370 336-476-8452 email@example.com www.homethrownpottery.com
Handturned, traditional stoneware pottery for your home and garden. Designed for functionality and beauty. Other items include hand painted silk scarves, all-natural beauty and pet products, and more! The new studio will be ready for its grand opening in November of 2003. Please call or e-mail if you wish to visit before then.
Janis Van der Staak, Olive Branch Pottery, 236 Old Plank Road, P.O.Box 513,
Seagrove, North Carolina, 27341 USA 336-873-7617 firstname.lastname@example.org www.seagrovepotteries.com
Specializing in custom designs and personalized pottery. Traditional dinnerware - Handpainted designs on terra cotta background of Moravian Life, Carolina Dogwood, and Southwestern. Custom color glazes of Dustin Blue, Abigale Green, Aspen Ashley, Spring Slash, and Antique Moss. Example of work can be seen on the website. Visitors are welcome to picnic in the garden gazebo with extra tables provided for tour groups. I am a one woman operation; therefore, please call or email ahead to schedule group picnics or turning demonstrations.
- Winter Months Hours are Thursdays & Fridays 9 am - 2 pm , Saturdays 10am - 5 pm, other times "by chance" or appointment
- Summer Hours are Tuesday - Saturday 9 am - 5 pm other times by appointment
Maggie Jones, Turtle Island Pottery Studio, 50 Cedar Creek Rd, Black Mountain, NC 28711 USA 828-669-2713 email@example.com www.maggiejones.com
35 yrs Handmade Art Pottery, Stoneware, functional, sculptural and decorative. contact through website or call
Brad Bachmeier Bachmeier Pottery&Sculpture
7201 Chrisan Blvd. Fargo N.D. 58104 701-271-0616
Raku fired decorative pottery, sculpture and wall hangings. I am an art teacher at a local school. I do pottery full-time for about 4 months in the summer, and part-time year round. I have two outdoor propane fired raku kilns outdoor. Stop by and visit any time of year. Firing at -20 degrees isn't as fun though!! Full-time operation with an apprentice and part-time assistant during the summer months. Part-time operation otherwise.
Robert Kurkowski Marbaka Studios 17445 59th St. SE Walcott ND 58077 USA 701 998 2097 firstname.lastname@example.org
Stoneware and raku, both sculptural and utilitarian. year round, 9 am to 5 pm M - F Please call first for directions
Thom Scala, Scala Pottery, 4398 Hammontree Circle, Stow, Ohio 44224
(330) 678-4399 email@example.com www.scalapottery.com
Original Imaginative Creative One of a Kind Pottery
Monday - Friday 9:00 A. M. to 7:30 P.M. Please Call Ahead
Saturday - Sunday Please call Ahead, By Appointment Only
Potters, Thom and Diane Scala, share their love for pottery.
Thom's education in art is from the University of Akron , while pursuing both photography and design, his inspiration and desire to create is something he has found naturally, on a daily basis, since childhood.
While her dream is to retire on a beach in North Carolina teaching, Diane prefers the more traditional, functional and conventional appearance to her work, her passion excels in her creations, with sculptured enhancements of cats and nature.
All vessels are created from white or brown clay bodies, using an assortment of earth tones, crystal glazes, and accents.
Traditional to non-traditional, functional to hand sculptured, imaginative renderings, Our vessels are reasonably priced for your enjoyment.
We hope you enjoy your visit and stop back often. Thom and Diane Scala
Tracie Chapman Little Paint 'N Place 19 N Washington Ardmore OK 73401 580-223-0005 firstname.lastname@example.org
I have a unique little shop decorated with antiques and bisque. we have bisque, mosaic, plaster and handbuilding with clay. I am consider the teen hangout and moms place when she has had a bad day. I love my little shop and I think you will to. Open Tues.11:00-7:00, Mon-Fri 11:00-5:00, Sat 11-4:00 and after hours are always open for parties of 8 or more,
Heidi Rousseau, Rainbo Creek Pottery, 8699 Deer Creek Rd., POBox 644, Selma, OR 97538 541-597-4788 email@example.com
Small country pottery and gallery that specializes in handbuilt ceramic ware of all kinds. I make art in the garden items to wheel thrown functional bowls and cups, etc. I welcome all but I need a phone call or e-mailFIRST as I don't keep reg. hours. I make all kinds of pottery and jewelry from reg. clay but also make some jewelry with polymer clay.
Dave Neumann R&T's Creative Oasis
133 E. Beaver Avenue State College PA 16801 814 237 1982 firstname.lastname@example.org www.thecreativeoasis.com
Public Studio housing multiple Artists in Clay and Stained/fused glass. We have hourly memberships and a small gallery
M-F 12-9 Sat 12-6 Sun 12-4 we love to have visitors, stop and chat!
Chris Pettingill & Peggi Sue Peters C & P Studio Ceramics 219 Main St.
Delta, PA 17314 717-456-6289 email@example.com
Wheel-thrown stoneware and porcelain functional pottery. Fired to Cone 10 in electric kilns Please call or e-mail first. Open by appointment only. Open Studio first and second weekend of December. We are a small, yet productive studio in an interesting and historic town on the Mason-Dixon line in Pennsylvania
Ellen Valeriano The Clay Cottage 691 Sumneytown Pike Harleysville PA 19438 USA 215-256-1690 firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi, my name is Ellen and I've been working with clay for over 20 years. The Clay Cottage has been open for 1 year and is a Pottery Studio with a contemporary flair. I offer pottery classes to both children and adults. Workshops are held monthly. I also tailor workshops specific to your needs. Scout groups are always welcome with special pricing. Bisque-ware is offered in the form of birthday parties, ladies/teen nite out, "open Friday's" and special events. I produce and sell my own work as well as display and sell potters artwork in the region. My hours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 10:00-3:00PM or by appointment. Please call first.
Vickie Allen Shea Allen Stoneware Gallery and Classroom 2602 West 8th Street Colony Plaza Erie, Pennsylvania 16505 814-836-0345 email@example.com www.allenstoneware.com
Classes now available at Allen Stoneware Gallery includes Pottery, Watercolor, Stained glass, Bead-making and Calligraphy. Samples of work are on display and for sale in the Gallery. Each piece of pottery is hand-formed and individually painted and glazed in limited editions. The clay imperfections and glaze impurities add uniqueness and beauty. Allen Stoneware Gallery can make a lifetime keepsake for you! Monday - Friday 10:30 - 5:30 pm Saturday - 10:30 - 4:00 pm Demonstrations daily at our studio. I welcome other potters and artists, so if you are in the Erie area, please stop in.
Judy Hopson, A Hopson Potter, 548 Buena Vista Street, Washington, PA 15301 724-413-4648 firstname.lastname@example.org www.art-adoption-agency.org
Have a 24ft by 24ft studio at my home. Best I can describe my pottery is what people say about it, that it is unique. See my website for pictures of it. When I am not in show or demo's or workshops my studio is open best to call first or e-mail and make an appointment. I graduated from Cal U of Pa with an Art Degree and have been doing pottery for four years. Best to view my web site for more information on me, thanks.
Fred Wilbur, The Clay House, 15740 Rt. 119 Hwy N, Rochester Mills, PA 15771
724-286-9555 email@example.com www.theclayhouse.us
The Clay House carries pottery made at Windblown studio and other local potters. They are functional high fired stoneware. Wed - Sat 12 - 5, closed Sun, Mon and Tue. We also offer classes and workshops (held at Windblown Studio just 2 miles away).
Karen Dietrich, Snake Road Ceramics, 4857 Snake Road, Jamestown, PA 16134 724-932-2654 firstname.lastname@example.org www.geocities.com/klkeepsakes
Molds for sale-Unique horse medallions and trophies. Call for an appointment
Michael Chatterly - Pottery Wheel
7592 Post Road North Kingstown, RI 02852 401-294-7250 email@example.com
Located just outside historic Wickford, the Pottery Wheel offers one-of-a-kindcrystalline glazed pieces as well as functional stoneware. All pieces are hand thrown and high fired. We also offer adult classes in wheel throwing.
Hours of operation: March-December open Monday through Friday 1-4pm and Saturday 10-4pm. Closed Wednesdays and Sundays. January-February open Saturdays 10-4pm or by appointment.
Mary A. Grant Southern Moon Pottery 239 Woodward Drive. Aiken, South Carolina 29803 (803) 646-8170 firstname.lastname@example.org www.southernmoon.net
Decorative and functional work; Earthenware, Stoneware, Raku and smoke-fired work. Classes held on Tuesdays 6 PM - 9 PM and Thursdays 6 PM - 9 PM. Open Studio on Saturdays 10 am - 5 PM. Please come by to visit!
Jered Nelson Cloudwest P.O.Box811 2miles east on 212 turn south, 1/2 mile, in white barn Belle Fourche South Dakota 57717 605-580-0015
Studio is in the hay loft of the old dairy barn, very rustic. The kiln was built from the brick found around the place, it is fired to about cone 10 with wood. I have been making my living from pottery for 10 years, supplemented by ranch work and working with horses on the racetrack. I welcome visitors. It is better to call first as I do not keep regular hours. Usually I do not have many pots on hand, unless the kiln has just been fired. Most is sold through galleries.
Bobby Mcgee Purple Tree Pottery 4204 Benton Drive Chattanooga Tn 37406 423-624-4445 fax 775-414-7947 email@example.com
The Flying Pig Studio is located on 5 wooded acres in the bottom half of my sister's chiropractic office building. I use stoneware and porcelain to make functional, decorative, and sculptural pottery. The days and times do vary, so please call, e-mail, or fax ahead for everyone's convenience. Thanks for your interest. I'm going back to my studio and make some stuff!
Gary Hatcher Pine Mills Pottery 5155 FM 49 Mineola Texas 75773 903-857-2271 903-857-2255 firstname.lastname@example.org www.pinemills.com
Handmade woodfired stoneware fired in a bourry box kiln. Primarily functional work. Open most days 10-5, call or e-mail to be sure we are here.
Bridgett Norris Coastal Clay-Arts Co-Op 229 N. Velasco, Angleton, TX 77515
(979) 417-3838 email@example.com www.coastalclayarts.com
We are a pottery co-op studio and gallery. Membership prices are low. We currently have two electric kilns which fire in the 5-6 range. Wheel throwers must provide their own wheel. (We are a brand new co-op with low monthly rates set just high enough to cover our rent and utilities.) Saturday 10-5, Sunday 1-5, Monday 10-5
William Melstrom, Spiral Studio, 206 White Oak Drive, Austin Texas 78753
United States 512-339-7610 firstname.lastname@example.org www.handspiral.com
Crystalline-Glazed Porcelain. Fine decorative and functional crystalline-glazed vases, platters and serving ware. By appointment only.
Casie, This old Man, 1015 Shore St, Little Elm, TX 75068 972-292-0857
email@example.com I make hand built flower vases incorporating beads and old jewelry as well as metals and glass and wood. I also paint and am a wood carver. Call for an appointment
Don MacDonald Circle Pottery School of Clay Arts 933 South Edison St. (140 East) Salt Lake City UT 84111 (801) 573.9814 (801) 596.1350 don@CirclePottery.com www.CirclePottery.com
Salt Lake's oldest and largest pottery studio, offering classes for beginning and advanced students, taught by Master Potter, Don MacDonald. Daily studio rental and private lessons available. Open Monday-Saturday, check website for details.
Jan Cannon Pottery 19 Garen Road Charlotte, VT 05445 802-425-6320
Vermont Crafts Council Open Studio Weekend will be Saturday and Sunday, May 27-28 (Memorial Day weekend). It's a nice event, with over a hundred studios open to visitors for the weekend. Closer to the date there will be information on the Vermont Crafts Council website where you can also request a map giving directions to the studios that will be participating. www.vermontcrafts.com firstname.lastname@example.org www.jancannonpottery.com
Laura Solomon Windmill Hill Pottery/Windmill Hill Artisanry 842 Grassy Brook Rd. Brookline Vermont 05345 802-348-9300 fax 802-348-7819 Trelex88@hotmail.com www.fireandfiber.com
Stoneware, handthrown, handpainted. Includes Swiss bauenmalerei, unique glazes. Studio is on our alpaca farm, where visitors are welcome and hand- spinning demonstrated. Please call first, or take your chances. We are usually here.
Luke Iannuzzi The Naked Potter Studio & Gallery 1460 main St, Waitsfield, VT 05673 802-496-9935 email@example.com www.thenakedpotter.org
Wheel thrown stoneware and raku made in a salvaged 1840 post & beam on the sight of our Bed & Breakfast, The Wilder Farm Inn. Leave your studio setting behind & vacation in Vermont's Mad River Valley in our beautiful B&B. Clay & Stay packages can be tailored to what you want to learn. We specialize in Naked Raku firing and wheel instruction. Check out the B&B www.wilderfarminn.com
Toni Gregory, Gregory Studio and Ceramic Supply Studio
1122 Westbriar Drive Richmond, VA 23233 Work phone: 804.750.2595 FAX: 804.750.2595 firstname.lastname@example.org or Gregory Studio@aol.com
Gregory Studio features clay classes for adults and children, ceramic supplies, art and craft work by local artisans, as well as contemporary "paint-your-own ceramics" type stuff! Also featured at the studio is hand-crafted pottery by Toni Gregory. The low-fire earthenware clay work includes both hand-built, as well as wheel-thrown pieces. Bright, vibrant colors and interesting textures are Toni Gregory's signature for these fun and whimsical pieces.
Open: Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday 12-6pm Wednesday closed Friday 12-8pm Saturday 10am-6pm Sunday 12-6pm **Please call ahead to be sure the studio is not reserved!
Elaine N. Oliver Creative Workshops 2625 Chain Bridge Road Vienna, Virginia 22181-5430 email@example.com
Mainly porcelain.. very detailed.. imaginative, Art Nouveau, whimsical. Always experimenting. Open first Saturday of each month from 8AM-3PM or by appointment. Welcome /A potter for more than 40 years.
Elaine N. Oliver Creative Workshops 2625 Chain Bridge Road Vienna, Virginia 22181-5430 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mainly porcelain.. very detailed.. imaginative, Art Nouveau, whimsical. Always experimenting. Open first Saturday of each month from 8AM-3PM or by appointment. Welcome /A potter for more than 40 years.
Jane Cullum and Fran Newquist Manassas Clay and Tin Barn Pottery Supply 9122 Center Street Manassas VA 20110 703-330-1040 703-330-1040 email@example.com www.manassasclay.com
Manassas Clay is located in Old Town Manassas, Virginia in a 70-year old dime store. Our gallery features the work of more than 40 local potters. We have day, evening and weekend classes in pottery wheel and handbuilding taught by experienced, working potters. Manassas Clay hosts workshops and special events. Nine resident artists make their pottery in Manassas Clay studios. Tin Barn Pottery supplies clay, glazes, dry materials, equipment and tools for making ceramics. Visit Manassas Clay to se potters at work and to purchase functional and decorative hand-thrown and handcrafted pottery. Many of our featured potters take commissions or special orders.
Gail Adkisson, Creative Clay Studios. 5704-E General Washington Drive
Alexandria, VA 22312 USA 703-750-9480 firstname.lastname@example.org
www.creativeclaypottery.com Large studio that offers teaching and collaboration. Features electric and gas kilns for a wide range of artists to utilize. Monday - Friday 10:30 am - 6:30 pm Saturdays 11:00 am - 4:00:pm
Tasha McKelvey P.O. Box 1501 Tappahannock, VA 22560 USA
804-445-3016 email@example.com potterybytasha.artroof.com
Functional thrown and hand-built stoneware. Boxes, teapots, bowls platters, mugs, baking dishes . . . You can see my pottery 365 days a year at The Poddery in Mathews County, Virginia (804)725-5956
Jacquie Jenkins, Dragonwyer Studio, 135 Farms Ridge Drive, Front Royal, VA 22630 firstname.lastname@example.org
Small personal studio in out bldg. Kilns and kick wheels with work space. I mostly hand build... learning wheel... usually to complement my hand pieces. I make platters, bowls, trays, and different things. Email me if interested. Interested in local artist networking and mutual support. Would share wheel use with artist WITH INTEREST IN mutual support of each other. Limited time available.
We have a spare bedroom now for potters passing thru who need a free place to stay. Gold Bar is about 40 miles from Seattle. Web page: www.firetrail.com/~pcolyar
If you click on the hyperlink "view", you get a (Summertime) look at the surroundings from next to my studio. Thanks so much! Pat Colyar 15030 418th Ave. SE Gold Bar, WA 98251 360-793-1305 email@example.com
Sheri Bloemke Horse N' Around Ceramics Paint Your Own Pottery Studio 7502 S. 5th St. Ridgefield Washington 98642 360-887-4315 firstname.lastname@example.org
Horse N' Around Ceramics is a GREAT place to meet friends, have a party or simply let go of stress. Come in and experience the joy of painting your own pottery with our selection of over 150 pieces. We offer complimentary coffee, and homemade cookies.. Spring/Summer hours: Tue - Thur 10-2 & 6-8 Fri 10-2 & 6-9 Sat 11-2 & 6-9 Fall/Winter hours: Mon - Fri 10-2 &6-9 Sat 11-2 & 6-9 Sun 11 - 2
Joan Tucker, Off Center Productions, 4339 30th Ave SE, Lacey, WA 98503
Marvin Goff Goff Pottery RR 1 Box 86 "Newberne" Cox's Mills West Virginia 26342 1-304-462-4633 Marvin@goffpottery.com www.goffpottery.com
Studio functional pottery which includes stoneware, porcelain, RAKU, and primitive pottery. Excursions to workshops, studios and galleries with pictures and articles describing the techniques of production, the aesthetics and the functional qualities of various forms. By appointment only. Please call us at 304-462-4633 or email email@example.com Pictures from workshops, studios and galleries we have attended which include Don Reitz, Lee Rexrode, Richard Burkett, Andrea Gill, and Ben Owen III, Biz Littell, Dick Lehman, Jackie Brown, Ron Meyers, Peg Malloy, Mark Nafziger, Dan Finch, Finch Pottery.
Kurt Wild Studio, Kurt Wild Pottery Studio, 1000 E. Cascade Ave.
River Falls, Wisconsin, 54022 715-425-5715 firstname.lastname@example.org wwwpp.uwrf.edu/~kw77/
One person studio in an old 15' x 30' building with an attached kiln room. I do one of a kind reduction fired stoneware with sgraffito and soluble salt decoration. My kiln is a 21 cu. ft. (overall) MFT, propane fired. Currently I am working on vase -like forms 14" to 24" tall thrown for me by both Bill Gossman of New London, MN or Reg Behrends of Drummond, WI.
Since I am retired from teaching, I'm generally available; however, it would be appreciated if prospective visitors would email or call to arrange a time to visit and get directions.
River Falls is approximately a 45 minute drive from the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport. River Falls is also 9 miles south of Interstate 94 as one heads for Mpls/St. Paul
Jennifer R Darner Peeling Ceiling Pottery 168 West Main Street
Stoughton WI 53589 (608) 877-1266 email@example.com
My studio/gallery is located in the beautiful downtown historic district of Stoughton. Most of my work is functional contemporary style pottery in bright colors. In my gallery I have not only my work, but that of many other artist in a variety of media. Downtown Stoughton is loaded with many other artist who also have wonderful studio/galleries to visit. My hours are Monday-Friday 10 til 6, Saturday 10 til 5, and Sunday 12 til 4
Jan Pilon, Jan Pilon Pottery, 10750 S. Rocky Hill Rd., Solon Springs, WI 54873
715 378 2388 firstname.lastname@example.org
Outbuilding with electric kiln, wheel and showroom. I make mostly functional stoneware. 9-5 p.m. most days, but it is advisable to call. Love company
Donna Ragsdale Castle Rock Pottery 475 Ironwood Street Green River Wyoming 82935-4729 1-307-875-4464 email@example.com
Making wheel thrown items in white clay, B-Mix, firing to cone 7 in an electric kiln. I like to carve and slip trail. I am usually available in the afternoons and evenings but please call or e-mail first. We may be half way to nowhere but we are on the road (Interstate 80) to everything. Also, I am a member of an artist's co-op, LOCAL COLOR, located in the historic Slovenski Dom Building, 513 Bridger Ave., Rock Springs, WY 82901. Open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday, also by appointment.
Donna Ragsdale Castle Rock Pottery 475 Ironwood St. Green River Wyoming
82935 1-307-875-4464 firstname.lastname@example.org www.castlerockpottery.com
Local Color in Rock Springs www.local-color.us Visit us in person and online.
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