Pottery and Ceramics

Nancy Braches

Hilltop Pottery

Location: Street#: 02, Booth#: 019


High quality finely finished stoneware pottery

Jill Carpenter

Jill Carpenter

Location: Street#: 11, Booth#: 012


I create all wheel thrown pieces. I focus mainly on functional work like bowls, plates, cup, mugs, etc. I also create some sculptural pieces on the wheel by altering them after throwing them. I screen print onto my functional pieces as well as glaze. I fire to cone 5 in an electric kiln.

Allan Ditton

Allan Ditton Pottery

Location: Street#: 11, Booth#: 053


Each piece of Allan Ditton Pottery is made of High-fire stoneware that is food safe.Every Item is available in any of our six colors,(green, blue, black, red, burgundy and white). Because each piece is hand made and designed, no two will look Identical. The matte textured terracotta c

Andrew Foster

Andrew Foster Ceramics

Location: Street#: 09L, Booth#: 116


I create unique wheel thrown pottery. i fire my work to cone 10 in a reduction atmosphere and use glazes that show the work of the kiln, either through the way they flow over the piece, or other uncontrollable effects achieved in the firing process.

Russell Halstead

Russell Halstead Lockport Art Company

Location: Street#: 06, Booth#: 129


High fired wheel thrown and hand-built pottery

Victor And Megan Huston-Field


Location: Street#: 06, Booth#: 147


My own original hand drawn artwork combined with my own unique poetry, hand carved on clay. Artwork is hand drawn, sketched on clay, then carved, I hand press in my original poetry. New are my full poems on clay finished with found wood or my handmade craftsman style mortise/tenon solid oak frames

Earl Jacobson

Earl Jacobson, Potter

Location: Street#: 11, Booth#: 036


Wheel thrown and slab made functional pottery.

Mark Kuzio

The Patio Flame

Location: Street#: 06, Booth#: 124


My Patio Flames are made of clay: thrown, textured and each is individually glazed to be one of a kind. I fire electrically and have over 70 different glazes in my repertory. Also included with each piece is a metal stand and a can of isopropyl gel fuel with is ecologically friendly.

Kandace Lockwood

Lockwood Ceramics

Location: Street#: 07, Booth#: 210


My decorative pottery is made with wheel-thrown stoneware and glazed with a resist so the pattern is created by leaving the floral outlines unglazed.

Mark Lukacs

Lukacs Pottery

Location: Street#: 08, Booth#: 013


I create functional contemporary stoneware pottery. Most pieces are wheel thrown & enhanced by altering the shape, adding hand built parts or cutting out patterns. I brush on my own high gloss glazes.

Barbara Mcavoy

BS Pottery

Location: Street#: 02, Booth#: 013


I make functional stoneware pottery. Each piece is thrown on the potters wheel. All my pieces are glazed by hand in bright food safe high fire glazes.

Rusty Miller

Rusty Miller Stoneware

Location: Street#: 09, Booth#: 019


functional stoneware pottery, hand-thrown and hand-formed, mostly kitchen-oriented; plus electric lampbases

Jane Myruski

Sunny Day Pottery

Location: Street#: 09, Booth#: 038


Hand thrown, High fired Stoneware Pottery.

Barbara Nelson

Studio Bee Pottery handcrafed in Vermont

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 022


The construction of my work is both wheel thrown and hand built. I work in mid-fire stoneware making each piece by hand and one of kind. Additionally I make ceramic tiles and frame each one, primarily in hand crafted frames.

Roxanne Parent

Roxie’s Studio

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 090


My craft is ceramic I do both slab work & slip casting and I hand paint each piece using under glazes. They are bisque fired then dipped in a clear glaze and fired again to a gloss finish. lamps, vases & serving ware

Darcie Rosinski


Location: Street#: 05, Booth#: 022


Wheel thrown porcelain clay, hand painted and carved.

Emily Rutkowski


Location: Street#: 06, Booth#: 152


All of my work is hand thrown porcelain pottery that is functional and decorative. After throwing a form and trimming, the surface is then carved with imagery based on nature. Celadon based glazes and oxide stains are used in the final firing of cone 6 oxidation.

Su Shannon

Su Chi Pottery Su C. Shannon

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 058


Su Chi Pottery is created piece by piece. I’ve been exploring functional ceramic production for about 30 years. It’s my hearts insatiable desire that makes dinnerware and serving ware for ever day use. Nitty gritty details: cone 7 stoneware/porcelain clay, hand painted and electric kiln fired.

Andrew Wender

Andrew Wender Pottery

Location: Street#: 08, Booth#: 072


Raku fired art pottery assemblages are thrown, extruded, and carved. Lamps feature handmade paper shades.