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Welcome to Pewabic Pottery
Our English Tudor cottage style building, built in 1907, is a National Historic Landmark.
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The first room you enter at the Pottery is our Museum Store, where you can purchase a variety of handmade ceramic items created at Pewabic by our staff artisans.
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The next room is the Gallery of Studio Artists. This space features works for sale by over 60 North American ceramicists, highlighting a broad variety of styles and techniques in high-quality wares.
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Take a peek in our Tile Showroom to see samples of the many residential and commercial installations, commemorative tiles, custom-cut murals, donor walls, and other projects we create each year.
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Up the front stairs, you will find our Museum, featuring the permanent exhibit Journey of a Pioneering Spirit: the Life of Mary Chase Perry Stratton.
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In the Stratton Gallery, you can view a rotating display of original works by Mary Stratton.
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The East and West Exhibition Galleries feature rotating exhibits of the very best in contemporary ceramic art.
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The Kiln Room is where Mary Stratton fired her famous glazes. Today, this room houses two manually-operated car kilns as well as our computerized Blaauw kiln.
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In the Clay Making area, we make our own unique stoneware- about 1500 lbs every week! The belt-driven equipment we use today is original to the building, and is the very same equipment used by Mary Stratton in the early 20th century.
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We mix and apply all of our unique Arts & Crafts era glazes, including our signature iridescent glazes, in the Glaze area.
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In the Tile Pressing area, our artisans create the tiles you see in our Museum Store as well as those used in installations.
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Upstairs is our Education Studio, where we offer a wide variety of classes for adult and youth students of all skill levels.