Build your own setting bundle:

Create a breakfast plate, bowl, and mug.

Two sessions include all materials, use of tools, and firings.

$65 for one person (ladies only please).

$125 for two ladies or a lady and gentleman.

Make a Mug:

Create your own personal mug using the pinch technique. One session to build your mug, then retrun to glaze it. (Inlcudes all materials and two firings.) $35.00

Make a Mug Express...

For those who want to skip the prep and theory and create a mug you can be proud of to use of gift. (Includes all materials. Note: Your piece will be available after two firings.) $25.00

Beginner wheel instruction (hand building is prerequisite):

  • $15 per hour of instruction

  • $3 to bisque fire your piece

  • $5 to glaze your piece

  • $5 to glaze fire your piece

  • $7 for 5 lbs. of clay

Clay for Kids:

***Due to loft space, a maximum of two children accompanied by an adult.***

One hour session for kids to create and "paint" their pot includes supplies and two firings.

  • $30 for one child

  • $45 for two children

Considerations for a pleasant pottery experience:

  • Please be advised, there is a set of stairs to access the pottery loft, Our apologies if this presents a hinderance.

  • The loft does not offer a restroom. Guests are welcome to use the restroom in the house. It is a short walk.

  • Wear your old, comfortable clothes. Aprons are available, or bring your own,

  • If you are going to take your pottery seriously, trimmed nails are advised,

  • Patience please! In an instamatic world, clay reorients us to the unhurried rhythms of nature. Drying times cannot be rushed without consequence. Be patient with yourself. Learning the feel takes time. Also, I will communicate as promptly as possible, but like you, I juggle many hats. Patience please!

  • Stuff happens. Clay cracks. Glazes don't always turn out like the recipe you saw on pintrist. Happy potters are those who say, "Oh well, I'll try again."

  • Happy we are. Perfect we're not. Please be kind.

  • Please do not engage the farm animals unaccompanied. If a gate is closed, or open, it's for a reason.