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Your one stop for all your pottery and ceramic needs – Classes, Studio memberships, Pottery materials and equipment, and handmade pottery

Welcome to The Potter's Shop:

The Potter’s Shop is a unique artisan’s gallery featuring works of handmade pottery crafted by our in house studio members. Our studio offers classes for all ages and space for studio memberships. We carry a complete line of ceramic equipment and pottery supplies for clay enthusiasts.

Pottery Classes

Looking for something fun and different to do? Join us for a pottery lesson. No experience required.

Clay Studio

Get involved! Become an active member in the area’s only 24/7 clay

Pottery Supplies

Buy locally. From clay to kilns, we sell and support everything you need for your clay adventure.

Gallery

Need a unique and locally made gift? Our beautifully pottery is made and fired in our own studio.

Largest selection of pottery tools and supplies in Wisconsin

Our Potters

The following potters take residence at The Potter’s Shop.

Donna Krischan

I took the six-week introductory class at The Potter’s Shop. By the time the class was completed, I was hooked and realized that the medium provides unlimited possibilities!!

Julie Reed

After many years of working in the left brain world of technology, I was starved  for a dose of right brain creativity.  A day spent at a  Waukesha art crawl, the chance notice of a “pottery classes”…

Mike Mcgilvra

It’s the most relaxing process to be able to take a ball of clay and make a functional piece of pottery.  I am always learning new methods whether it’s throwing or applying new textures to the surface or applying new glazes.

Vince Muehlbauer

Growing up, I passed a lot of time out in the forests of Wisconsin. Trying to capture the feel and texture of those woods in my pottery is what I’m currently trying to achieve.

Jill Kowalkowski

Stained glass and pottery have been my favorites for a long time. I do love color!  Experimenting with different methods of glaze application, along with adding texture with coils, stamps, or slip give me the varying results of my work.

 

Maggie Flanagan

Many of my pieces take inspiration from natural elements such as plants or animals. I’m an animal behavior major at Carroll University so I enjoy incorporating my real experiences with animals in my pottery.

Taylor McDarison

I am a multi-media and ceramics artist who’s work yearns to twist the viewpoint of reality through a window into the fantastical.

 

Contact us today for Pottery Supplies, Handmade Pottery, and Pottery Classes.

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