Tallahassee potters are available to make custom ceramic tableware, tilework and sculptures.  Each artist listed has unique styles that you can augment with your own ideas.   Consider custom pottery as part of a wedding registry, a  kitchen backsplash, fireplace surround or unique gift item.  Enhance your life with custom ceramic works from local artists.   Contact potters directly or call Tallahassee Clay Arts (850) 766-2157 to find out more.  

Erica Passage

Production Potter & Studio Consultant

Erica Passage makes functional tableware that is meant for daily use.  Erica can help you design unique work that fits your needs using her expert wheel throwing, brush decoration, hand lettering and drawing skills.  Erica is the Director of Lafayette Arts and Crafts Center. 


Brian Bachman

Production Potter

Brian creates ceramic stoneware tea sets, baskets, dinnerware, lamps, and one of a kind decorative objects.   His designs have an Asian influence and he often uses celadon glazes or pastel colors with a gesture of white slip for his surface decoration.  According to Brian, “Each piece should feel as though it has come directly from my hands to yours."    You can shop at his store in Monticello to discuss your needs.


Lauren Anderson


One of a kind sculptures are Lauren’s specialty. Known for her detailed designs and imaginative figures, Lauren can replicate faces and animals from images. Lauren also uses her skill in drawing to add a decorative touch to her ceramic creations. Lauren teaches at the Lafayette Art Center.


Sue Stelzmann

Ceramicist and Studio Consultant

Sue specializes in custom tiles and installations.  She is available to make  imprints in clay for pets and simple clay casts.  As director of Tallahassee Clay Arts, Sue helps potters with setting up studios and finding the right tools for their needs.  Sue installed the Tree Wall on Gaines Street in 2011 and loves creating mosaic with schools. 


Gregg Matthews

Production Potter

Gregg puts whimsical images on his wheel thrown functional tableware. Gregg uses his own photography and drawings with vintage photos and documents to create sepia toned images which melt into the glaze.   Consider Gregg’s work if you have a photograph or drawing that you would like made into a keepsake.  His work is in several shops in the area, including commemorative tumblers for LeMoyne’s Chain of Parks Art Show.


Art Odeneal

Production Potter

Art specializes in large vases, lidded jars, cookware and dinnerware.  Liberty Bar and El Concinero have hired Art to make their sturdy serving plates.  His large lidded vessels are appropriate for remembrance urns.  Currently Art splits his time as a contributing artists at the Odyssey Center for Ceramic Arts in Asheville North Carolina and fires work in his gas kiln in Tallahassee.


Mary Rault

Artisan Potter

Custom functional work is Mary’s specialty.   If you are looking for a specific shaped mug or serving dish – Mary can work with you to get what you need.   Small quantities are not a problem.  See Mary’s work when you have a coffee at the Root Cellar.  


Peggy Brown

Production Potter

Peggy of Two Crows Pottery, makes beautiful tableware.  Peggy’s goal is to offer work that is reasonably priced so anyone can collect and enjoy handmade work.  Currently her work is sold at Livi & Company in Thomasville and Artisans in Tallahassee.  


Tiffiny Hewitt-Brown

Artisan Ceramicist

Tiffiny is available to collaborate on large woven tile wall hangings.  Using colorful handmade tiles, Tiffany can create large scale works to brighten up indoor or outdoor walls.  Consider her work if you want to enhance an area with aquatic themed images.


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