Hill Pottery houses the studios of Aysha Peltz and Todd Wahlstrom. Both
received their Master’s of Fine Arts degrees from the New York State
College of Ceramics at Alfred University. They currently teach, lecture
and exhibit their work both nationally and internationally.
At the pottery you will see two unique styles of work. Peltz’s pots are porcelain. They are wheel thrown and altered while the clay is wet imparting a soft, fluid quality in the finished pieces. Her pots evoke recollections of natural forms, landscape, and architecture.
Wahlstrom’s pots are made from either a dark stoneware clay or a white porcelain-like clay and have richly patterned and glazed surfaces. They are utilitarian and reveal their subtleties through their use in the storage, preparation and serving of food.
Open Studio Weekends
Memorial Day and
Saturday and Sunday
10am – 5pm
On these weekends we offer a show and sale of recent pottery from both of our studios.The Tradewind Gallery, a renovated 1962 Airstream Trailer will be on site with a show of “select” work. More pots including some seconds are available throughout the studio. Our workspaces including the studios, clay and glaze mixing areas and kiln room are on display for the curious. The Memorial Day open studio is part of the Vermont Open Studio Weekend and is a larger event featuring a kiln unloading, wheel throwing demonstrations and a kid’s clay area.
Our studio is open otherwise by appointment for more
information call or email:
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• WHITINGHAM • VERMONT 05361
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