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When we were ceramics students at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, we began setting up ways to do our ceramic work at home.

We recognized so many others in Central Arkansas--maybe even you--have limited options when it comes to learning or continuing your work with clay. 


With one wheel and a hand-built wedging table (that we still use today!), we started our studio in a portion of a family member's garage over 10 years ago, then added an electric kiln a year or so later. Today we have a small, comfortable workspace that we renovated at our home. It is equipped with 2 wheels, work tables, electric kilns, tools, underglaze, and an assortment of dry glaze materials. 


Our passion for clay has been supported by our friends, family, and mentors and it has become our mission to welcome other artists and hobbyists into our spaces to learn and inspire each other. We hope to share the ceramic goodness with anyone who wants it in our community. 

Our vision is to see a thriving community of ceramics artists who are sharing ideas, resources, and life together.

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What we do: 


We make ceramic artwork, teach pottery, and help others set up clay studios in their own spaces. We also make lots of of coffee and tea.

Services we offer:
Private pottery lessons in wheel-throwing & hand building, pottery workshops for groups, firing services, consulting for studio set up

Where to buy our pottery and sculpture:
We have work for sale in a few local galleries, and on display at our studio. Our online shop is back too!

Email us to schedule a visit or talk about a project.

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