Cape Cod Artist:HyArts Cultural District Melissa Hersh 367 Main Street Hyannis MA, 02601 508-862-4990
Recognizing the importance of the arts in a vibrant community, the Town of Barnstable has established the HyArts (Hyannis Arts) DISTRICT to enhance and enrich the quality of life for residents and visitors by coordinating and supporting activities promoting arts and culture.
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In our pottery studio/gallery we have wheel-thrown and hand-built stoneware bowls, vases, pitcher, mirrors and more: in colors of the sea: blues, green, whites and greys.
Brett Freebody Categories: pottery
15 Adams Street Sagamore, MA 02561
BFree Pottery is located right off of 6A at 15 Admas Street in Sagamore. Specializing in one-of-a-kind porcelin and stoneare, functional and decorative pottery, and handmade tiles fired in indoor and outdoor gas kilns.
Camelman - 1364 B.C.
David Ward Categories: pottery
21 Pattee Road East Falmouth, MA 02536
Camelman, 1364 B.C. is the artist identity of cermaic sculptor David B. Ward. With a quarter century of expertise in hand building pyramids, his wok has been locally and nationally.
Functional and decorative handcrafted pottery, ranging from elegant celadon, temmoku and copper red porcelain pieces to earth tone functional stoneware, including mugs, bowls, teapots, platters, jugs, etc.
Open year round: Mon-Sat 10-5, Sun 11-4. Wheel thrown and hand built functional and decorative porcelain and stoneware. Sculpture garden pieces, fountains, bathroom sinks, tiles, lamps and stained glass.
Also located at 258 Main Street, Rt. 6A, Brewster, MA. Summer 10-5, closed off-season. 508.385.5782.
Visit our expanded location next to the Texaco station on Route6
Open year-round, hours appropriate to the season. Beautiful porcelain and stoneware. Classic shapes and rich glazes combine into decorative and functional pottery. Lamps are a specialty. Custom orders and shipping available.
Ann L. Newbury Categories: pottery
34 Albatross Street Woods Hole, MA 02543
Wheel-thrown stoneware, functional work, innovative designs and colors.
Quissett Studio Pottery
Anne Delancey-Halpin Categories: pottery
319 Woods Hole Road Falmouth, MA 02540
One mile from Woods Hole, Anne Halpin makes functional pottery influenced vy Oriental and Early American traditions. Her work combines utility and beauty with a sense of place mirroing centuries of village potters.
R. Geering Pottery
Ron Geering Categories: pottery
246 Woods Hole Road Falmouth, MA 02540
Identified as one of America`s top traditional craftsmen by Early American Life magazine. Colectible redware/slipware decorated with sliptrailing, sgraffito, sprigging and combing.
Rod Dean Pottery
Ron Dean Categories: pottery
1000 Osterville-West Barnstable Road Marstons Mills, MA 02648
Functional and decorative stoneware, smoked and burnished pots. Shop hours Mon- Sat 11:00 am - 5:00 pm, Sundays by chance.
Mikael Carstanjen is an award winning Cape Cod Potter whose work has been featured in numerous publications and is part of many private collections. Mikael has been a full time production potter since 1971 when he graduated from the Art Institute of Chicago with a Masters in Fine Arts. His first studio was a two car garage in Stamford, Connecticut. In 1979 he moved to Orleans with his wife Mary and family. Mary helps with the studio production; she also designs and produces a line of whimsical garden sculptures. In the winter months Mikael's son Jan helps produce the hand-formed and wheel thrown work.
Phil & Rocky Secrest Categories: pottery
54 Old Kings Highway PO Box 781 Truro, MA 02666
Open by appointment year-round
Wheel-thrown and slab stoneware. Steel-and-stone-ware candelabras.
Located in one of the oldest houses in Sandwich, (see the map) Shawme Pond Pottery is the home and workshop of Margaret Tew Ellsworth, artist, potter and educator. Visitors will find the artist at work in her studio that looks out into the gardens and woods from which she draws her inspiration. Creatures from rabbits to chameleons adorn her cache-pots and ovenware, while leaves from the wild grapevine appear on her tableware. Here too, the leaf-faced visage of the mythical Green Man peeks out from fountains, planters, pitchers and mugs. Watercolors and oil paintings reveal marshes, flower gardens and the surrounding seas. Each piece of pottery and each painting is individually created, and each piece will be one-of-a-kind and never exactly duplicated. Most of the Pottery is practical as well: oven proof and dishwasher safe.
Ocean sediments from far flung places melt ino patterned glazes in these pots. Seaside studio is behind Coast Guard buildings in Woods Hole. Go over the bridge above the fery parking lot. Turn left towards the entrance gate to Coats Guard. Turn right and continue past a sign that says dead end Hinkley Road. Pass all Coast Guard buildings and docks. The Soft Earth studion is in a field to your right.