NEW LOCATION:
RE-OPENING 11/24/2021!

walk-ins for painting will be seated
on a first-come basis -- pottery-to-go kit
pickups still by appointment 

 

We are so excited to host you in our new studio location!

(406 Main Street, New London, NH)

While there is still work to be completed outside, we are ready to invite you inside. Pottery-To-Go Kits, for painting offsite, will still be available for pickup by appointment.  So, head over to

our online store to create your kit, and we will then arrange

a pickup day/time for you after discussing glaze color selection!

PLEASE NOTE:  Table reservations are no longer required or offered. Painters will be seated on a first-come basis.

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HOW IT WORKS

It's so easy, and doesn't even require artistic know-how (though artists DO enjoy this activity too!)  

Picked ...

Painted ...

Presented!!!

You come in, check out what's on our shelves, and pick your favorite piece of earthenware pottery to paint -- we have lots of choices, and many samples already painted and fired, to help get your creative juices flowing! 

 

Next, we will give you some brief instructions, and you choose a table where you will let your own personal creativity prevail.  Or, we can point you to some instruction cards if you want a guide to a specific technique. 

 

After you paint your piece, we fire it in our kiln, and seven days later, you can pick up your masterpiece!  And great news -- your fired piece will be food-safe, so you can use it for years to come.

 

How much will your masterpiece cost? Great question!  Each piece of pottery is labeled with a price that covers your colored glazes, clear-glazing if necessary, and firing -- there are no extra studio fees.  The pottery pieces range in price from $5 to $100, but the average piece is between $15 and $35.  

PLEASE NOTE:  Last seating is 2 hours before closing. The studio may close early

if there are no painters in the studio.

 

Please call to make sure we are still here, if you plan to pick up your fired items late in the day.

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