About Expressions Pottery
Expressions Pottery Workshop was established as a co-op in 1972 by 25 energetic potters who found a warm synergy with one another and the desire to share knowledge, experience, and equipment. Expressions has grown over the last several decades and now provides a warm and friendly facility to over fifty local potters including members, renters and students representing a range of experience from beginners to quite accomplished potters.
We invite you to share in our creative community!
There are several types of pottery methods practiced at the studio including high fire stoneware, woodfire, and the lower fire primitive methods of raku and saggar. See the Pottery
tab for more information.
Classes are geared towards beginner to intermediate students and are tailored to cover a variety of topics based on individual and class interests. Our students enjoy 24/7 access to our studio for practice time. For information about class dates and times, see Classes
Our gallery showcases the work of many of our members with the pottery available ranging from functional to whimsical. You can find unique stoneware, raku, saggar, and woodfired pottery for your shopping pleasure and are sure to find the perfect gift for any occasion. The gallery is open on Saturdays from 10 to 4. Please see the Gallery
page for additional information.
Expressions offers a variety of opportunities for the public to view potters at work and to purchase pottery throughout the year. For dates of upcoming events please note our list of events on the right of this Home page. For more information on each event please click the event or click here: Events
Membership has its rewards! Come and join us as a member! Our cooperative has 32 member potters who collaborate to run the studio. Under the member menu you will also find detail about becoming a friend of expressions, studio rental, and student information. See the Members
Take a look at some of members work as well as some of the exciting events we’ve hosted in the past. See our community of potters at work, view some videos of past events and work in progress. Click here to see more: Photos