Pottery

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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. The Hudson Valley is well known for its scope of artists and pottery offerings. All you need do is find your joy.

Liz Vigoda Pottery – Handmade & Hand Painted Stoneware

Liz Vigoda Pottery is handmade and hand painted, incorporating images of Audubon birds, antique botanical prints or whimsical and historical pictures.

J. Hengen Clay & Jewelry Studio

j.hengen is a clay and jewelry studio, boutique and gallery located in the former Hallock House, the oldest dwelling in the hamlet of Sugar Loaf, NY.

Stephanie Charlene Ceramics – Forging Fire & Clay In The Catskill Mountains

Stephanie Charlene Ceramics creates handmade pottery that is simple, quiet and centering, helping to ground an over stimulated world.

Pratt + Hebert Designing In Ceramics, Wood & Metal

Pratt + Hebert is a small design studio by Sarah Pratt and Curt Hebert working in ceramics, wood and metal.

Dawn Dishaw Ceramics – Elegant Designs For Everyday Use

Dawn Dishaw's work is about function and pattern influenced by Islamic tile and pottery, Persian painting and historical architecture.

Tivoli Tile Works – Fine Pottery & Hand-Crafted Dinnerware

Tivoli Tile Works creates fine pottery and hand-crafted dinnerware inspired by the wild beauty and creative spirit of New York’s Hudson Valley.

Brad Kato Pottery – Wheel Thrown or Hand Built Stoneware

All Brad Kato Pottery is individually wheel-thrown or hand-built from stoneware clay which is bisque fired, individually glazed, and then fired again.