Clay / Pottery
Janet DobleIn the tradition of European maiolica, Janet's functional and one-of-a-kind pottery evokes images of sunny warm countries, flowering gardens and the celebration of daily rituals. Commissions welcomed. Pottery classes and workshops are offered in her studio.
Judy GordonJudy works in hand-thrown stoneware and raku pottery. Much of her work is inspired by, and reflective of, the seashore. Shells, grasses, leaves and flowers are prominent in her work.
Mary Jane Lundy"My sculptures are influenced by the 15th Century French ceramist, Bernard Palissy. I create low fired red earthenware sculptures that are inspired by nature inhabiting our land and the Atlantic Ocean."
Mindy MooreMindy continues to explore Western raku firing and stoneware and porcelain high-fire glazes. Her sculpturally-functional vases and containers exude a spontaneous use of clay. Combining practicality with spontaneity makes way for exciting new forms which show a freedom of expression.
Carol SmeraldoCarol expresses her impressions of ocean life primarily with one-off porcelain and raku vases, murals, platters and more. With 37 years of experience and international recognition, she teaches pottery classes at Atlantic Pottery Supply in Dartmouth.
Turnstile Pottery Co-operativeTurnstile is a cooperatively managed, fully equipped pottery studio, available to clay artists through membership and to the general public through classes, workshops and retail sales.