Allegany Artisans Studio Tour 2014

October 18 & 19, 2014 - Saturday and Sunday - 10 am to 5 pm

Clay Artisans

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Kay Brooks, Mark Corwine, Staci Curry, Bruce Greene, Elaine Hardman, Linda Huey, Hanna Juekoff,
Dick Lang, Eugenia Frith Meltzer, Peter Midgley, Nancy Petriollo, Linda Ross, Terri Ross, Karen Tufty,
Marsha VanVlack

Pottery by Kay Brooks

"Pottery by Kay Brooks" - Specializing in hand-thrown, high-fired, functional pottery including dinnerware sets and much more in a variety of brilliant colors. Homemade cookies!
Kay Brooks, 4664 State Rt. 19 South, Belmont, NY 14813
Phone/Fax (585) 268-5361
Directions: On Route 19 halfway between Belmont and Scio. A brown house with white trim and a sign out front that says "Pottery by Kay Brooks."

Mark Corwine

"Mark Herol Corwine" - Making pots allows for many of my interests to become tangible. The work is one of a kind, although classical proportions and forms are evident throughout. Most of my work is assembled from thrown and handbuilt red earthenware, however I will use any method that leads to my desired outcome.
Mark Corwine, 2084 State Route 417, Andover, NY 14806
(607) 478-8216
Directions: From intersection of County Route 12 & St. Rt. 417 (Elm Valley) proceeding east on St. Rt. 417 (towards Andover) 7/10 of a mile on the left. House and Studio sit back from the road. Lat 42.152022 long 77.845258

Pottery by Staci Curry

"Firefly Pottery" - Functional pottery inspired by the natural world. Staci aims to uplift the spirit through pottery that illuminates the simple, organic beauty of nature.
Staci Curry, 23 W. Main Street, Angelica, NY
(585) 466-3787
Directions:Showing at 23 West Main Street, Angelica. Exit 31 fro I86. Turn towards village, take 2nd left onto East Main Street, go around park cricle to West Main Street, we are located in the 5th building up from the post office.

Pottery by Bruce Greene

"Hillbottom Pottery" - In mid-May Bruce Greene underwent surgery for an aggressive malignant brain tumor. At this writing he is in hospice care. He has been a great supporter and teacher to his students, fellow craftsmen, antique collectors, friends and neighbors. Many thanks to all who supported Hillbottom for over 40 years.

Elaine Hardman

"StoneFlowerPottery" - Just for you - food-safe pottery - microwave to table to dishwasher. I have coffee, tea and soup mugs in new shapes and sizes and lots of bowls, mommy vases and other kitchenware. Stop by our studio for art, cookies & conversation.
Elaine Hardman, 3180 Riverside Drive, Wellsville, NY 14895
(585) 808-0385
Directions: Riverside Drive is State Route 19 between Wellsville and Scio. Large gray house with porch and black shutters. Please come in the side door near garage. 2 steps inside.

Linda Huey

"Linda Huey" - Leafy clay vases, bowls and platters are all one-of-a-kind and are made for food and flowers. They appeal to those who love nature, gardening, arranging flowers or serving in a specail dish.
Linda Huey, 1530 Randolph Road, Alfred Station, NY 14803
(607) 587-9877
Directions: From the olnly stop light in Alfred village center, take South Main street. (County Rt 12) south form 1 mile. Turn right onto Randolp Road. (Sign also says "Lighthouse Ministries".) Go 1.2 miles. Alternatively, coming from the south on County Rt. 12 before reaching Alfred, at the top of "Jericho Hill", turn left onto Lake Road. (Notice "Equestrian Center" sign.) Go 1 mile. Turn right onto Randolph Road and go .3 miles.

Hanna Juekoff

Ceramic jewelry, wall pieces and paintings. I have new mixed media and upcycled jewelry. Ceramic clocks and mirrors will be on sale.
Hanna Juekoff, 2216 German Hill Road, Rexville, NY 14877
(607) 225-4502
Directions: Showing with Quilted Treasures, Sue Johnson

R S Lang

"R. S. Lang Art Pottery" - Art pottery and functional ware. Always new and different work. Visit a long-time, professional “Alfred” potter and enjoy great refreshments.
Dick Lang, 5206 Kenyon Road, Alfred Station, NY 14803
(607) 587-8157
Directions: Take County Rt. 12 South from Alfred village center. Go 2 miles up "Jericho Hill" from business block. Turn left on Kenyon Rd. Studio 2/10 miles on left.

Eugenia Frith Meltzer

"Eugenia Frith Meltzer" - I enjoy the challenge of the teapot. All my teapots, whether very large figurative ones in stoneware, or very tiny whimsical pieces in porcelain, reflect my quirky sense of humor.
Eugenia Frith Meltzer, 1331 Rte 244, Alfred Station, NY 14803
(847) 846-8456
Directions: 1331 Rte. 244 is just West of the ASU farm. (If you pass the Lake Lodge Rd you have gone too far west.) 1 mile from Alfred’s Main St. (Note older google GPS places my address at the farm.)

Peter Midgley

"Peter Midgley" - Beautiful functional ceramic pieces and a variety of unique sculptural vessels. The work is in stoneware, porcelain and Raku. I will demonstrate the Raku firing process, weather permitting.
Peter Midgley, 4070 Niles Hill Rd, Wellsville, NY 14895
(585) 593-3129
Directions: Take Rt. 19 into Wellsville, turn west onto State St., turn left onto Highland Ave. Turn right onto Pine St./Niles Hill Rd. A white house in evergreens, 2/3 of a mile on the right.

Nancy Petriollo

"A Stone's Throw Pottery" - My pottery has designs inspired by nature, captured in porcelain. All are hand-decorated in a variety of methods and glazed in jewel-like colors. Berry bowls, espresso cups, yarn bowls and more for your everyday use or special occasions.
Nancy Petriollo, 9845 Wesley Road, Houghton, NY 14744
(585) 567-8402
Directions: In the south end of Houghton on Rt 19, turn up Tucker Hill Road. Go to the “T” meeting Wesley Road (about 2 miles). My home-studio will be right in front of you. Lat 42.425037 long 78.199634

Linda Ross

"Creekbed Pottery" - Functional & Fun…Always changing. Always New. Unique & Colorful.
Linda Ross, Box 253, Angelica, NY 14709
(585) 610-6772
Directions:Showing at 23 West Main Street, Angelica. Exit 31 fro I86. Turn towards village, take 2nd left onto East Main Street, go around park cricle to West Main Street, we are located in the 5th building up from the post office.

Terri Ross

"Mud Puddle Pottery" - Functional and fun - from deep down earthy browns to rich Jamaican blue ocean glazes and anywhere in between there is happy pottery to see.
Terri Ross, P O Box 132, Angelica, NY 14709
(585) 466-7969
Directions:Showing at 23 West Main Street, Angelica. Exit 31 fro I86. Turn towards village, take 2nd left onto East Main Street, go around park cricle to West Main Street, we are located in the 5th building up from the post office.

Tufty Ceramics

"Tufty Ceramics, Inc." - Terra-cotta Alfred bakeware. Refreshments. I dig my own clay from the Alfred Station shale pit, which was first mined back in the 1800s by Alfred’s Celadon Company, to make terracotta roof tile. I now use this durable clay to make bread pans, lasagna dishes, pizza pans and more.
Karen Tufty-Wisniewski, 47 South Main St., Andover, NY 14806
(607) 478-5150
Directions: 47 South Main Street in Andover, right next to Uni-Mart.

Marsha Van Vlack

"Artiles Van Vlack" - One-of-a-kind handmade stoneware tiles. Painting of area landscapes using glazes. Single tiles and large mosaics, may be hung or installed. Assorted pottery and New Work.
Marsha Van Vlack, 678 Spring Mills Road, Whitesville, NY 14897
(607) 356-3414
Directions: Travel east on Rt. 248 through Whitesville when 248 makes a sharp left, go straight taking County Road 19 for 1 mile. The studio is on the left.