P.Y.O.P:

  1. Pick your piece.

  2. Paint It.

  3. We glaze it, fire it and return it to you in about 4-5 days. 

It's that easy.  The hardest part is waiting for your art to come out of the kiln!  We have a wide variety of pieces to choose from. Prices range from $6 ornaments to a $70 large platter, perfect for  a very special occasion or commemoration.  We have over 2 dozen pieces at $14 and under, ideal for a party budget!

The average painter is in the studio for about 1.5 hours.  So, bring a friend or loved one or come alone and enjoy some creative time!

JP ClayStation Open Studio [Beginning June 20th]:

During normal business and non-booked hours, Jack Potter provides open studio time for your clay projects.  Here's how it works:

Clay is available for purchase.  Cost for clay is $5/lb.  Clay is sold in 5lb increments.  Cost per 5lbs. includes 5 hours of studio time, storage (18"X18"), and a workstation with canvas (approx. 18"X18").  Once pieces are bisque fired, that price also includes paint & clear glaze (you brush) and glaze firing.  No outside clay or glazing materials permitted.  You will need your own tools (we sell a basic tool kit for $10).  We charge $4 for each piece you wish to have bisque fired (1 cu.ft and under).  Firing larger pieces possible with special permission from JP.*

  • Clay workers are welcome to use our collection of stamps and embellishing tools.  
  • Prior experience working with clay is preferred.  We highly recommend taking our 2 hour "Intro to Clay" class before attending ClayStation Open Studio.
  • Yes, we have a wheel!  Use of the wheel is encouraged.  It is, however, by reservation and only with permission from Jack.  You must be able to demonstrate prior wheel experience such that no supervision is required.  No experience yet?  Sign up for private instruction or attend our group class, "Throwing Jacks".

 

*JP reserves the right to refuse firing any piece that presents a hazard to our equipment or other pieces in the kiln. I.e., pieces that are not bone dry or are too thick.