Wild Rice Pottery – Stoneware… as old as the Earth, bound by hand and fire
Our land lies quietly in the curves and valleys of the hills.
My pots tend to be defined by their curves and valleys.
My introduction to clay (1978) began with a hand building class where I made two boxes and the " pinch pot". I traded the pinch pot for a pair of socks. Who knew what fortunes lay ahead.
In 1995 " Wild Rice Pottery" began with the support of Norma, encouraged by Betsy and Ed Goodstein of Grand Pre Pottery. Each year clay gets mixed, glazes stirred, pots get fired up to 1260 C/2300 F in a down draft reduction kiln.
Open Year Round, Mon. - Sat,10:00 a.m.- 5:00 pm,
How to find Wild Rice Pottery
Exit 24 off Hwy. 101 towards Bear River,
4th road on the right ( paved),
At the next intersection turn right ,
3rd driveway on the right # 733.