Below is a list of the top and leading Pottery Shops in Austin. To help you find the best Pottery Shops located near you in Austin, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Austin’s Best Pottery Shops:
The top rated Pottery Shops in Austin are:
- Ryan Mckerley – has been making pots since 1995
- Armadillo Clay – prides itself on providing a wide selection of high-quality products
- Sunset Canyon Pottery – is a group production team with unique and diverse talents
- Cafe Monet Art Studio – has been serving the greater Austin community for more than twenty years
- West Austin Pottery – specializing in custom-made pottery
Ryan Mckerley makes pots in Austin. He has been doing that since 1995. He apprenticed with Billy Ray Mangham at the Eye of the Dog Art Center from 1995 to 2005. He teaches at the Dougherty Arts Center and at the Eastside Pot Shop on a regular basis during normal times. Ryan and his dad, Bill, just built a new studio in Ryan’s backyard in East Austin. He mostly makes soda fired porcelain pottery. He also makes pots for Schoolhouse Electric in Portland Oregon and Take Heart shop in Austin.
Pottery, Coffee Mugs, Carved Tumblers, Cups, Jars, Vases, Water Carved Tumblers, Tumblers, Coffee Pours Overs, Plates, Studio Visits
“Ryan’s pottery is gorgeous, sort of a Japanese-ceramics-meets-Miro aesthetic. While there is a cohesiveness to his work, he doesn’t make identical sets. All pieces are unique with individual flair. His work is also very tactile, functional yet sculptural. Plus, he’s a charming person.” – Bethany A.
Armadillo Clay prides itself on providing a wide selection of high-quality products, many of which are manufactured in their Texas warehouse. Its goal is to provide friendly service and the best supplies and clay to potters, hobbyists, schools, and industrial customers in a timely and economical manner. Thank you to all of its customers, families, and friends who have helped them along the way and have helped to create an atmosphere where a person is treated like a person and not a potential sale.
Forty years ago, in a garage located in the Clarksville area of Austin Texas, potter Craig Freiburger started a small clay company with the goal to provide a convenient and economical source of clay for Central Texas artists. After three years, the booming clay business was renamed Armadillo Clay & Supplies and was moved to East Austin where they have been serving all of Texas and the southwest.
Clay, Glazes, Dry Materials, Tools, Supplies, Equipment, Molds, Bisqueware, Books, Glass, Services, Kits, Gift Cards
“The best place in town for ceramic and glass supplies. Friendly and knowledgeable customer service.” – Jamie S.
Sunset Canyon Pottery
Sunset Canyon Pottery is a group production team with unique and diverse talents that merge to make attractive, useful, and inexpensive pottery. Their focus is on consistency and uniformity. All forms are handmade, mostly on the pottery wheel, which gives their line a different look and feel that is the trademark of Sunset Canyon Pottery. Its passion is to make beautiful items that can be enjoyed daily.
They look forward to new forms, new glaze patterns, and new locations to feature their products. Their goal is to maintain their high-quality standard and continue to produce amazing, beautiful pottery. He received his BFA in Art History with a concentration in Ceramics and Italian. His interest in chemistry, intertwined with art, encapsulates his love of ceramics.
Collections, Dinnerware, Drinkware, Kitchen, Serveware, Home Decor, Gift Cards, Wholesale
“I had an issue with my order and they invited me into their private studio on a rainy day to make it right. The studio was immaculate and the team was kind and responsive. They earned a repeat customer and I would highly recommend their workmanship and quality. Any business that takes this effort deserves my business! Impressed.” – Amy O.
Cafe Monet Art Studio
Cafe Monet Art Studio has been serving the greater Austin community for more than twenty years. Creating art is important and helps children across all domains in life so join their community today and set your child up for success. The Studio at Cafe Monet Westgate is happy to be offering a continuation of their wheel throwing camp. Campers will be taught the fundamentals of wedging, lifting, trimming, and throwing clay on a potter’s wheel.
Join their five-week beginner wheel session and enjoy the creative freedom of open studio time while enrolled in classes. Their creative community is a great escape from the current world situation and you get to check learning to throw on a potter’s wheel off of your to-do list.
Shop, Studios, Events, Watercolors, Parties, CMKids Virtual Art School
“This place is amazing! The staff is so kind and knowledgeable. My friend and I attended a beginner’s wheel class and had such a blast. Hector was helpful and did a great job guiding us. Prices are extremely reasonable. Highly recommend!” – Ashley S.
West Austin Pottery
West Austin Pottery is a ceramics studio situated in Austin, Texas specializing in custom-made pottery. As a professional ceramicist, They have the experience and tools necessary to create beautiful handmade potteries. Their gallery is full of clay pottery to purchase ranging from custom made bowls and vases to platters and coffee mugs. At West Austin Pottery is a pottery store that is filled with various sizes, shapes, and colors of bowls, vases, platters, and coffee mugs, among other future clay creations. Discover one of a kind, unique, handmade ceramic pieces for your home or as a gift for someone special.
Pottery Store, Pottery Lessons
“We did a pottery class with Terry for our 9th wedding anniversary and it was so much fun! He was patient and really sweet as we were complete newbies. We each made two pieces of pottery and learned a ton. Would 100% recommend this to a couple looking for a fun and different evening!” – Danny R.
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