Pottery, is it about art or about function? Maybe it’s both! No other art form has quite the versatility of pottery. It can be a treat for the eyes, a functional necessity, and a tactile delight all in one.
All Brad Kato Pottery is individually wheel-thrown or hand-built from stoneware clay which is bisque fired, individually glazed, and then fired again.
Each piece of Deep Earth Designs Pottery is a unique creation, crafted on the wheel or with hand-rolled slab.
Paula Greif is inspired by the work of 20th century studio potters: lucie rie, beatrice wood, mexican folk pottery & American stoneware bottles.
The Bostree Gallery in Sugar Loaf NY presents a varied selection of unique, functional and decorative American craft featuring handcrafted pottery.
Car-Toons by Booth create custom sculptures of you and your auto in clay that are fun, whimsical, beautiful works of art.
Artist Susan Nowogrodzki of Touchstone Ceramics creates beautiful functional and sculptural stoneware, porcelain and raku-ware.
Virginia Piazza Pottery creates functional wheel-thrown pottery in porcelain and stoneware with simple surfaces, using one or two harmonizing glazes.
Each piece of Allan Ditton Pottery is made of Hi-Fired Stoneware that is hand dipped and fired using lead free glazes.
The Arts & Clay Company in Saugerties NY is dedicated to the renaissance of the arts and crafts movement in America.
Judaica Pottery produces a unique line of Jewish ceremonial objects; each one hand-crafted, to enhance the beauty of Jewish ritual and tradition.
East Ridge Pottery in Warwick NY features functional handmade art for everyday use by artist and potter Sharon Galbraith.