The following artists will be hosting visitors for the Pottery Trail:
1. Ruth Worrall, Ruth Worrall Pottery, 354 Magnolia Ave., Gloucester,
978-281-6163 email@example.com Functional Stoneware for display or for your dining pleasure. Matching sets available complete with decorative lamps and vases. Newly designed for studio tour.
2. The Hive, 11 Pleasant St., Gloucester, 978-865-3346 Clay and Art Classes for Teens and Adults.
Open House and Demos Saturday Only! 11-3
3. Cultural Center at Rocky Neck, 6 Wonson St., Gloucester,
978-515-7004 www.rockyneckartcolony.orgStop by and see Beauty in Use: Ceramics from Cape Ann, Pucker Gallery and Beyond, August 9-25, and Art of the Possible: All Clay Inclusive, August 23, 5-9pm and August 24-25, 10am-5pm. Extended Hours during Pottery Trail: Saturday and Sunday, 10-6pm.
Normal Hours: Thursday-Sunday, 12-6pm
4. Scott Place, Erin O'Sullivan, Twin Lights Studio, 52 South St., Rockport,
Ranging from lobster and fish imagery to garden inspired vessels.
Teaching studio and gallery of fine art. Variety of classes
for all ages offered year round.
5. Scott Tubby, Scott Tubby Fine Arts, 26 Bearskin Neck, Rockport,
207-329-2586 www.scotttubby.com firstname.lastname@example.org Simple
and elegant wheel thrown porcelain forms enhanced with slip resist raku
patterning or burnished and sagger fired. Come meet Scott in his large
new gallery on Bearskin Neck!
6. Mary Kay Carbone, Four Winds Pottery, 16 Tuna Wharf, Rockport,
978-546-8946 www.fourwindspottery.com email@example.com A small family owned gallery featuring: Fine Art Pottery Bowls • Photography • Origami • Mosaics • Mobiles* Other Pottery and Fine Gifts. Located off enchanting Bearskin Neck.
7. Susan Hershey, Pigeonhill Pottery, 29 Landmark Lane, Rockport,
978-546-9549 firstname.lastname@example.org Susan fires in a kiln fueled by wood. Her work
is mostly earth tones, kissed by the flames. Visit her studio, see her kiln and
learn what goes into creating a piece of wood-fired ceramic art. Her studio is
near the ocean and the woods on the highest point of Cape Ann.
8. Cynthia Curtis, Cynthia Curtis Pottery, 80 Pigeon Hill St., Rockport,
978-546-6186 www.cynthiacurtispottery.com email@example.com Ocean-inspired stoneware pottery. Teaching studio and gallery surrounded by forest trails, quarries and the song of wild birds. Relaxed and fun classes available: wheel, hand-building, and glazing for adults and kids.
Diane Chen will demo ceramic carving on Saturday, 11-3. Handbuilding, wheel-throwing and glazing demos throughout the weekend. Plenty of parking and home-made ice tea.
9. David Archibald, Plum Cove Pottery, 9 Woodbury St., Gloucester,
978-283-5746 www.capeannartisans.com firstname.lastname@example.org
In his 41st year of making pottery on Cape Ann, David works in
stoneware and porcelain and is noted for his unusual red, celadon and
blue glazes. Beautiful gardens make for a lovely studio visit.
10. Anni Melançon, Dogtown Pottery, 1181 Washington St., Gloucester,
978-281-3512 www.capeannartisans.com email@example.com Functional & art vessels for collectors, table & kitchen. High fire reduction stoneware or porcelain. Wheel thrown or handbuilt, often altered or textured.
11. Marty Morgan, Marty Morgan Pottery , 428 Washington St., Gloucester, 978-281-3347 www.martymorganpots.com/ firstname.lastname@example.org Elegant functional porcelain pottery, richly colored and textured “quarry vessels” and tile wall sculptures.
Open studio Sunday only!
12. Nina Goodick, Annisquam River Pottery, 24 Thurston Point Road, Gloucester, 978-283-0556 www.AnnisquamRiverPottery.com email@example.com
Beautiful and functional high fire stoneware infused with the salty air
and hardworking spirit of Cape Ann's fishing tradition. Studio and
gallery overlooking the Annisquam River.
13. Tracie Koeplin, Clay Dreaming, 186 Cabot St., Beverly, 978-927-1414 www.claydreaming.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Aboriginal imagery painted on a coiled and wheel thrown red stoneware
body. Clay Dreaming, Tracie’s Teaching Studio, Gallery, and Paint Your
Own Pottery, offers classes for adults and children. Hand building,
wheel throwing, tile and mold making, glaze instruction and more. Free Paint-Your-Own Pottery Studio Fee with coupon in Festival Program.