Central Maine Clay Artists is a group of professional potters and
ceramic artists working in the Kennebec Valley Area. We work to
promote handmade craft and the ceramic arts in Central Maine and around
the state. Toward that end, we offer workshops, sales, and other events
where people can learn about, make, or purchase claywork.
Though we all work in clay, we are a diverse group. Some of us are
full-time artists, some educators, and some hold other jobs as well.
The work we make ranges from whimsical to spiritual, functional to
purely decorative, classic to funky.
Neil and Barb Loken - Loken Pottery
Mary Kay Spencer - The Potter's House
Robbi Portela - Maple Lane Pottery
Martha Hoddinott - A Lakeside Studio Pottery
Diane Harwood - dharwood Pottery
Malley Weber - Hallowell Clayworks
Lori Watts - Fine
Libbey Seigars - Whitefield Pottery
Whitney Gill - Alleycat Studio
Elizabeth Downs - Ditch Lily Pottery
Denae Alanna Spencer - Alleycat
Marie Palluotto - Red Door Pottery
Todd Jubinville - The Potter's Shed
Shell Moore - Raw Earth Designs
The month of April may be Mud Season in the rest of Maine, but in
Kennebec County, it's MUG SEASON!! The artists of CMCA join up with
local coffee shops in this annual fundraiser to support local arts
programming. Last year we were
able to offer more than $500 in support of arts education in Central
Maine. Buy a handmade mug for only $20, and get a your cup of coffee
free at these participating coffee shops:
Downtown Diner, Augusta, Maine
Slates Bakery, Hallowell
134 Main St, Winthrop
Bagel Mainea, Augusta
Gardiner Food Co-op, Gardiner
The Apple Shed, Kent's Hill
The Olde Post Office Cafe, Mt. Vernon
Sheepscot General Store, Whitefield
On Saturday & Sunday, May 4 & 5, 2019, dozens of potters in Maine
will open their studios to the public for the Maine Pottery Tour.
It's an opportunity to meet the artists, shop for handmade pottery, and
see the spaces where the magic happens.
|Holiday Pottery Shop|
Holiday Pottery Shop has secured the space at 160 Water Street, the
former location of the Harlow Gallery, for 2018! We expect about a
dozen pottery, and many other artists
represented as well. Look for us to be open near the middle of
November. Like our
Facebook page for up-to-the-minute updates.
Find even more fine pottery & handmade goods year 'round across the street at Hallowell Clay Works, 157 Water Street.