Nicole

Klotz

The Artifact House

Grand Rapids

MI

I use both hand building and wheel throwing to create unique hand crafted stoneware dinnerware, home decor, and earrings.

Sheila

Koeman

SheilaKoemanPottery

Hudsonville

MI

I use two different white clay bodies to produce functional pottery. I make most of my work on the potters wheel but I also do some hand-building. I enjoy making simple yet elegant pieces.

Janet

Krueger

Toad Works

Coral

MI

Hand Built Functional Pottery of Michigan Top Quality Stoneware created for safe, daily use. Each Piece is individually made and fired in professional kilns for a total of 60 hours. Unique Clay Art.

Scott and Jenny

Martin

Martin Pottery

Schoolcraft

MI

Wheel thrown and hand sculpted forms inspired by the oceans reef Heavy color and texture are used to bring each design to life. Crushed glass and sprayed glazes imbue each creation with fluid movement

Carole

Meier

Bear Lake Pottery

Grayling

MI

Mostly nonfunctional stoneware clay depicting modern themes. Originally developed designs, glaze formulations and firing techniques unique to my 25 years of studio work.....

Brad

Patterson

Bradley Gallery

Grand Haven

MI

Hand-built stoneware, primarily slabs and some extruded works. Layered glazes highlight textures and impressions. Each piece brings nature together with clean and contemporary design.

Bella

Pottery

Bella Joy Pottery

Plainwell

MI

My work is slip cast porcelain that is decorated with inlaid slip, various colorful glazes, handmade decals, and some are adorned with gold luster. Glaze fired to cone 7.

Jerri

Puerner

Flower Frog Studio

Ada

MI

With a limited palette of black and white, I use textural form and graceful line to create a harmonious collection of ceramics consisting of the functional, and the purely aesthetic.

Thomas

Reynolds

DayStar Arts

Comstock Park

MI

I work with brown and white clays mid-fire clays for indoor and outdoor pieces. The majority of my work is handbuilt with some additional wheel-thrown pieces. All of the pieces are fired to cone 6.

Tonya

Rund

Tonya Rund Clay Art Studio

Muskegon

MI

Ceramic wall tiles, sculpture and pottery are made using hand building techniques. Raku and cone 6 oxidation firing techniques are used. Some pieces are assembled incorporating wood and copper coil.

Mary Gail

Van Sledright

Glass Etc.

Alto

MI

I create textured patterns in glass. My work is flat and produced in a kiln. Then attached to wood.

Amber

Wallour

Chelonia Ceramics

Grand Rapids

MI

I create wheel thrown ceramics with stoneware clay. I sometimes carve and add slip trailed details to pieces. My work is fired to 2232F, and is sometimes fired a third time for gold luster details.

Catherine

Bur

Catherine Bur Pottery

Gaines

MI

My work is wheel thrown, carved, hand painted and one of a kind. Each piece is designed as I carve it. I also use live flowers from my garden on the functional and decorative pieces.

Karen

Daniel

Glass Art Design

Holland

MI

All original designs. Glass is hand cut and kiln fired. Many pieces take multiple firings. After firing many pieces are embellished with beads or buttons. Designs are very whimsical.

Jennie

DeWitt

Jenill Studios

Hastings

MI

Using the same methods as the Old Masters of Glass€, works of art are created that are both pleasing to the eye yet serve a functional purpose or perhaps even the start of a family heirloom.

Lynn

Dinning

Good Hart Glassworks

Harbor Springs

MI

Handblown glass made by me in the American Studio Glass Movement tradition.

Janet

Groth

Sunset Dunes Copper

Bridgman

MI

I create unique stained glass panels using the copper foil method.

Jeff

Ham

Jeff Ham Ceramics

Grand Rapids

MI

Thrown and hand-built functional ceramics made from a mid-range, dark stoneware clay body. Decorated with colored porcelain slips and incised with sgraffito.

Eric

Heerspink

Jenison

MI

I create functional ceramic work through wheel throwing, hand building and slip casting.

Sally

Jenks

White Feather Studio

Grand Rapids

MI

Handmade stoneware ceramics, including mugs, jars, vases, planters, and serving ware. All microwave and dishwasher safe.

​Fallasburg Artist list

Ceramics, Glass

LowellArts
223 W Main Street

Lowell, MI 49331

616-897-8545

info@lowellartsmi.org

Gallery Hours:

TUES thru FRI  10am-6pm

SAT 12pm-5pm

Accessibility

LowellArts is accessible to all visitors – whatever their ability. Ramped entrance directly accessible from the handicapped parking area. Automatic door accessibility. Wheelchair accessible restrooms and pathways. Certified Service Animals welcome. Feel free to call in advance of your visit so we can accommodate any special needs.

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LowellArts is supported by an award from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts.