Below is a list of the top and leading Pottery Shops in Phoenix. To help you find the best Pottery Shops located near you in Phoenix, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Phoenix’s Best Pottery Shops:
The top rated Pottery Shops in Phoenix are:
- Marjon Ceramics, Inc. – with an inspiring environment for artistic development
- Hjalmarson Pottery – pottery with the Sonoran Desert theme
- MudPie Studios – workshops for all ages and ability
- As You Wish Pottery Painting Place at Norterra – pioneered the paint-your-own-pottery activity
- Desert Dragon Pottery – developed through the passion for teaching the fine art of clay molding
Marjon Ceramics, Inc.
Marjon Ceramics, Inc. is a dedicated spot for all creative individuals. The pottery shop wants to inspire artists with new styles and methods that can initiate artistic development. It wants to play a part in arts education in the valley that they promise to uphold with the incorporation of an element of fun. They have launched a website to introduce their products and services. Here, clients can place their orders, post an inquiry, or request a product quote. Discounts await military personnel, veterans, teachers, Arizona Clay Association Members, and students of the Arizona School of Fired Art.
Low Fire Ceramic Classes, Pottery Workshops, Pottery & Ceramic Supplies, Equipment
“They have everything for pottery!! It’s like pottery Land !! Nice service and if you are looking to take some classes of pottery they have some options. I will try and I’ll let you know. ;)” –Beth Kpola
Hjalmarson Pottery is owned by Halldor and Gail Hjalmarson. It is a pottery shop that stands at the central area of Pheonix in the Roosevelt Historic District. Haldor is a celebrated artist that has countless masterpieces that pay homage to their the Sonoran Desert. He has developed the art of sprigging further by creating a thoughtful interaction between elements and life forms seen in the desert. This includes insects, reptiles, birds, geology, plants, and mammals. Most of his pottery tools were designed and constructed by himself.
“Really interesting, High-Quality work from 5 potters besides Hall. Prices very affordable. We bought a beautiful large bowl. I highly recommend a visit tomorrow. ASU Ceramic Studio Tour.” –Jim Hansen
MudPie Studios offers enjoyment to friends, families, and even corporate employees through immersion in pottery painting workshops. At the shop, each one of them would spend a great time making artworks. There is no age restriction for the class and any interested individuals can join with or without artistic abilities. The assorted pottery and ceramic painting experiences are a great way to celebrate a birthday party, team building, and a ladies’ night out. Their cocktails n canvas enables sipping of your favorite spirits while in a canvas painting workshop possible.
Art To Go, Pottery Painting, Cocktails N Canvas, Coffee N Canvas, Cookie N Canvas, Birthday Parties
“Hosted my daughter’s 6th Birthday party. They were very helpful and accommodating. They were very attentive to the kids and had everything already, even aprons Love the selection of pieces. Fair warning 6-year-olds will paint faster than you think. I can’t wait to go paint for myself.” –Jennifer Wells
As You Wish Pottery Painting Place at Norterra
As You Wish Pottery Painting Place at Norterra first captivated the public in 1995 at Scottsdale, Arizona. It is one of the pioneers of the paint-your-own-pottery industry in the nation making it the first in Arizona. The family-owned and managed business was a collaborative effort of Scott and Lori Neff who manages the Arizona branch and their son Jared who oversees the California stores. Whatever the quality of pottery you have made out of the class, what will matter is the creative time spent and shared with the loved ones.
Pottery & Canvas To Go, Pottery In the Studio, Canvas In The Studio, Parties, Classes, Programs, Shop, Idea Center
“The staff are just amazing! Tara is so sweet and remembers my name every time that my mom and I come in! I’ve been to 3 other locations and this one is simply the best!” –Krystal Snider
Desert Dragon Pottery
Desert Dragon Pottery is owned by Michelle Katz who is a fine arts degree holder, musician, and potter. Michelle is a passionate clay art teacher that has had a 30-year long relationship with clay and music. She strives to share all her learnings and skills through specialized classes held at the shop. This has been their long-standing goal since the store’s inception in 1999. A hub for pottery students and art enthusiasts, it is where fun and art freely combine. Their classes are a mix of pottery painting, pottery wheel, and sculpture lessons that offers hands-on learning opportunities.
Pottery Wheel Classes, Sculpture Classes, Paint On Pottery, Glaze Classes, Firing For a Fee, Open Studio Space, Custom Creation & Repair
“I had so much fun! This was such a great experience and the instructor was so laid back and cool. I already purchased another session and will be coming back!!!” –Emily Sanchez
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