Belle Epoque Pottery
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
Belle Epoque Pottery creates functional "everyday art" - work that elevates rituals and connects people to handmade objects that provide meaning. Her style is vintage and Victorian, with a modern and quirky edge. Influences include French porcelain, forms in nature, & a love for all things nostalgic. Images are burnished onto the surface before firing. All work is finished in an Art Nouveau-inspired palette of original glazes.
Great Hill Studio
I make wheel thrown functional pottery. All pieces are food, microwave and dishwasher safe. Works by Carol Herwig feature a lot of brushwork on the functional pieces.
John Riley Pottery
SATURDAY & SUNDAY
I create one-of-a-kind pieces of pottery for everyday use that will enhance the experience of cooking, eating, and drinking, and enliven the beauty of one's home. Each piece is handmade by me from start to finish. I work primarily in stoneware but also create porcelain pieces from time to time. I throw on the potter's wheel using both an electric and treadle (human-powered) wheel, and continue to expand my hand building designs. My pieces are high fired, impervious to liquids and very durable. My pottery is made in DC.
Kuzeh is a collection of handmade pottery, inspired by simplicity, functional form, and a touch of Persian spice. Kuzeh Pottery is located at the Arts Walk in Washington, DC. Potter's wheel classes are also offered at the same location.