Maine Pottery Tour

The 9th annual Maine Pottery Tour is happening Saturday and Sunday, May 1st & 2nd, 2021. Please join us to visit studios, meet the artists, and shop for great handmade Maine pottery. Dozens of studios in throughout the state will be taking part in this event. Watch this space for maps and other information about the artists and events making up this great weekend!
For a full list of participating studios, visit www.mainepotterytour.org

Saturday, April 10, 2021

Get the Maps! Printable Maps of the Pottery Tour are now available

 


If you are planning your pottery tour weekend, you need a map! Or more than one. There are 3 regions of the tour: the Southern region, the Coastal region, & the Central Region. You'll find printable maps at the links. 
Or use our interactive online map

Visit our website, mainepotterytour.org, for a full list of studios participating in the Maine Pottery Tour 2021. 

Thursday, March 25, 2021

Get Ready for the Maine Pottery Tour, May 1 & 2

 

After a hiatus due to the pandemic, the Maine Pottery Tour is back! It's happening this year on May 1st & 2nd with 43 studios participating. 

The pottery tour is an opportunity to meet local potters & ceramic artists, see their working spaces, and shop for handmade pottery & other fine handmade goods. It's like Maple Sugar Sunday, only for pottery! 
For a list of participating studios, check out the Maine Pottery Tour website. For a google map you can load into your phone, click here: https://www.google.com/maps/@43.9489129,-71.2854808,7z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!6m1!1s1rGOOjdwHY01lzWp-p8XcS_qjNHGFMjZO

Let me just toss in a plug for my studio, Fine Mess Pottery, where I will be unloading a kiln Saturday morning! 

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

The List At Last

Here's the list of stops on this year's Maine Pottery Tour:
In Central Maine, there are 13 tour destinations:

Fine Mess Pottery 131 Cony St, Augusta
Red Door Pottery, 14 North Pearl St, Augusta
Hallowell Clay Works 157 Water St, Hallowell
The Potters House 82 Stevenstown Rd, Litchfield
The Potter’s Shed 605 Hallowell-Litchfield Rd West Gardiner
d harwood Pottery 196D Main St, Winthrop
Maple Lane Pottery, 36 Greeley Rd, Windsor
Loken Pottery 26 Bowman St, Farmingdale
Whitefield Pottery 442 Howe Rd, Whitefield
Rob Sieminski Bog Pond Rd, Phillips
Martha Grover & Josh Rysted 630 West Bethel Rd, Bethel
Tim Fischer Pottery 394 Ridge Rd Lisbon
Barbara Walch Pottery 33 Knox Station Rd, Thorndike




On the Coastal leg of the Tour, there are 11 stops:Chouinard Ceramics, 75 Main St, Wiscasset
Al Scovern/West Third Ceramics, 108 Congress St, Belfast
Van Der Ven Studios 257 Main St, Lincolnville
Fireside Pottery 1478 Camden Rd, Warren
Neighborhood Clay & Liz Proffetty Ceramics 590 Maine St, Damariscotta
Jody Johnstone Pottery, 135 Webster Rd, Swanville
Barbara Walch Pottery, 33 Knox Station Rd, Thorndike
Good Land Pottery, 487 Morese Rd, Montville
Pottery Farm 943 Belfast Rd, Knox
Everyday Pottery 103 Northport Rd, Belmont
Prescott Hill Pottery 261 Prescott Hill Rd, Liberty 




In Southern Maine, 13 studios are participating:


Zwellyn Pottery 20 Spencer Ln, Limington
Wendy Twitchell Porcelain 232 Beachwood Ave, Kennebunkport
Pottery Girl 1104 Pequawket Tr, Standish
Portland Pottery 118 Washington Ave, Portland
Homeport Pottery 131 Beachwood Ave, Kennebunkport
Peeper Pond Studios, 18 Mast Rd, Scarborough
Chris Davis Pottery 81 Seabury Rd, York
Shannon Wong Pottery 59 St George St, Portland
Delany Arts, 20 Center St, Yarmouth
Southern Maine Clay Guild, 22 Government Ave, Kittery
Ash Cove Pottery, 75 Ash Cove Rd, Harpswell
Ocean Fire Pottery, 23 Woodbridge Rd, York
Chase’s Garage, 16 Main St, York

Sunday, April 7, 2019

Coming Soon to a Mailbox Near You!

The 2019 Maine Pottery Tour postcards are on their way! The postcards themselves have become something of a collector's item. This year's card features the work of 10 artists, representing a slice of what you might see on the tour. If you want to get on the mailing list, give me a shout at info@finemesspottery.com.

To see a full list of studios on the tour, check out www.mainepotterytour.org;
For an online map of the full tour, click here.
Click the links for a printable map of the Central, Coastal, or Southern regions of the tour.

Thursday, March 29, 2018

Watch your Mailboxes


The refrigerator-worthy Maine Pottery Tour postcard is coming soon to a mailbox near you! Save the card to save the dates.