All Pottery

  • Art Among Friends

    Glass fusion artwork by Kris shows her love for vibrant colors. She also does pottery of trays, fairy houses and more. Her work is available at Arts in Hand Gallery, Spooner.   Kris Haugen 5408 Columbus Ave S Minneapolis, MN 555417

  • Brickyard Pottery

    Pottery studio and gallery is in an historic rural schoolhouse, featuring regional artists who work in clay, wood, metals, paint, fibers, etc. Gallery is one mile north of Barronett.  

  • Dunn County Pottery at Simply Dunn

    In a charming 1895 octagonal schoolhouse, John dispalys his functional pots for home and garden.  He enjoys working with local materials for both clays and glazes, and utilizes wood and gas firing to finish his pots.  The shop also offers items from local artisans and seasonal vegetable and flower starts.  The restored building houses the pottery, gift shop and meeting space.  Schoolhouse gallery open daily 10 a.m.-5 p.m. or by appointment; showroom annex open 8 a.m.-8 p.m. daily.

  • Eckels Pottery & Fine Craft Gallery

    This pottery on the edge of the city of Bayfield will be celebrating 50 years of creating fine earthenware and porcelain in 2010!  During a visit you will see potters at work, and pottery in all stages of creation.  The gallery also features arts and crafts from area artisans, and the gardens out front are full of whimsical figures and fanciful items to brighten your own world.

  • Gypsy and the Frog Studio Arts

    Gallery is owned and operated by Mary Kay Latzka and Richard Meaux.  Their studio and gallery is filled with pottery and painting done on site by both Rich and Mary Kay.  Other local artists are represented there as well. Pottery is also available at Arts in Hand Gallery in Spooner.

  • Maves Pottery & Custom Furniture

    Kathy Maves Pottery and Maves Custom Furniture and Cabintery Folk traditions of Europe and Asia influence the contemporary , functional, porcelain pottery of Kathy Maves.  Visitors are welcome at the studio; please call ahead.  Also work may be seen at Fine Arts Center in Ladysmith or Arts in Hand Gallery in Spooner. Her father, Herb Maves has over 30 years of experience as a furniture builder and carpenter.  The hallmarks of his style are meticulous craftmanship and fine materials. Pottery: (715) 797-5122; Furniture: (715) 879-5537 Kathy and Herb Maves N6324 830th St. Elk Mound, WI 54739 715-797-5122 715-879-5537

  • Play Dirty Clay Studio

    Patti M. Fox is a clay artist who specializes in turning wheel thrown pottery into individual likenesses.  She calls the results “My Pothead Friends”.  She sells form her working gallery at 215th Avenue in Shell Lake, WI as well as at Arts in Hand Gallery in Spooner, WI.  Also online through her FaceBook page:  Patti M Fox, Clay Artist. Patti M Fox 351 County Hwy D Shell Lake, WI 54871 715-520-0232

  • Pots By Emy

    Emy never “tires of opening the kiln to see what has evolved through the many steps it takes to get to the final piece.”  She creates tea pots, vases and also pendants for jewelry.  She is also an author of a children’s book Looking for Lucy.  Her work is at Arts in Hand Gallery in Spooner. Emrys Current 651-484-7589 651-925-6940

  • Spirit of Earth & Fire

    Kathy creates wheel thrown pottery that is functional and beautiful. She is known for her ikebana flowerpots and primitive fired black ware. Her work can be seen at Arts in Hand Gallery in Spooner WI.


    Spring Creek Clay, Etc

    Bruce Kaupanger is a retired teacher who built his art studio across the street from his house and has been busy ever since.  He has traveled extensively, as well, and has been influenced by artists in the American Southwest, Japan and Europe.  His intrigue of raku pottery has grown and he is experimenting with different glazes with the combination of horsehair in his works. “I make hand thrown raku pottery.  I add different textures, stones and horsehair to create visual interest.” He does several art fairs in the area.  Some of his pots are available at Arts in Hand Gallery in Spooner WI.

  • The Potter’s Shed

    Starting as a producer of ceramic giftware, Michael Maccone has grown his business into a factory that sells its products throughout the country. But here in Shell Lake, he has developed a beautiful gallery, café, and a garden setting for summer music. You can create your own treasure in the paint-it-yourself area (they fire it for you). Michael  Maccone 260 Industrial Blvd Shell Lake, WI 54871 715-468-4122 or 800-850-8880 715-468-4123

  • The Potters House

    Sarah makes functional wood-fired pottery. Her studio is in a converted historic general store. Open by appointment or by chance. Sarah Dudgeon 448 130th St 340 130th St Amery, WI 54001 715-268-4557

  • Trout Run Art

    I am a working artist creating in the mediums of paint-acrylic and watercolor and ceramics, both functional and non functional pottery.  I also am exploring the medium of metal using a plasma cutter machine producing flat 2D and 3D works.  I am a newly retired art teacher having taught in both college and k-12 public school programs

  • William F Bosak

    Bill says “I am a word worker also working in ceramics, furniture, wheel throwing ceramics.  I also make from blanks gun stocks.”  His work can be seen at Arts in Hand Gallery in Spooner WI. 2929 90th Street Frederic, WI 54837 715-472-8221