• Pine Row Studio

    Gallery, Pottery Studio, Classes and Workshops

    10 E. Gambier Street

    Mt. Vernon Ohio 43050



  • CLASSES info&pricing

    Come join the Mud-citement!

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    Spring Workshops

    Coming soon!



    When the open flag is outside the door, please come on in... 


    Thursday, Friday's 10-4

    Saturday's 9-Noon

    Sunday - Wednesday

    by chance or Appointment


    late hours 5-8pm

    -TEXT 2 CHECK-


    *Please Note*

    We have family events and travel that can affect our regular business hours


    Text AHEAD

    *Unexpected Closures are not

    always announced*




    Scheudling only private groups on available Saturday's at 10am at this time - via pre-paid reservation - Text or email for availability


    Important Information:

    • Spring workshops coming soon - Watch Facebook and Instagram for announcements
    • The Studio will only be offering Private Group Clay Class until further notice
    • For availablity and reservations, TEXT or EMAIL only.
    • Phone calls can no longer be accepted.
    • TEXT
    • 740-504-9368


    Follow us on Instagram &Facebook for event announcements


    Private Groups for every occasion!

    ADULTS &


    AGES 9 & UP

    TEXT for details and availability

    No refunds for cancellations



    *gift cards have​ a six month expiration from date of purchase**

    Coming Soon!

    When the Open Flag is out, Please do Come in

    Shop Local


    Hand made


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    Potters Co-Operative

    SPRING 2024



    PineRowPotter's Co-Op is independent clay study for adults with previous experience at PineRowStudio or demonstrative equivenlant in studio experience



    available in STUDIO!

    All gift certificates have a six month expiration date


    Call for information to schedule your unique clay group experience!



    Up to Six People

    Any Occassion**

    Call for more info and pricing

    Ages 9 and up

    Prepaid Reservations



    All classes are


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    Take Over Tuesdays

    is adult OPEN STUDIO

    Most Tuesday Evenings

    • 7pm•

    OpenStudio is for adults with previous class experience at PineRowStudio


    Some closures and off site/out of studio commitments can affect our hours- TEXT Ahead


    Appointments are accepted to shop the gallery


    No refunds for cancellations


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    Caring for your hand-made

    stoneware pottery

    Our durable stoneware is meant to be used and enjoyed! With proper care your investment will last a more than lifetime

    Quick changes in temperature is a big stressor for your hand made ceramics.


    Place your stoneware into a cold oven with the food to be baked


    Don’t take your stoneware directly from the refrigerator to the oven or microwave


    Warm your plates and mugs separately in microwave and only warm to a food/beverage consumable temperature


    Always tap touch a handle on your mug warmed in the microwave. Use the beverage button


    Never put a hot ceramic dish on a cool/cold countertop. Use a baking rack, trivet or wooden cutting board

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    2024 PRICING

    *Subject to Change


    Private Groups for beginner to advance are scheduled by pre-paid reservation


    Available Saturday's

    at 10am

    This approx 2 hour workshop

    includes guided instruction on how to make a particular object in clay, all materials, kiln firings (2) and choice of our house glazes.

    Price is $270 for no more than six people- Ages 9 +

    Children under 16 require an accompanying adult.

    *Text for appointments and reservations*


  • About Us

    Pine Row Studio is a husband and wife studio potter team working to bring an appreciation of the ceramic arts to the community through gallery representation and creative clay classes in a fully-equipped ceramic arts studio.


    Bill and Pamela primarily create functional ceramic kitchen and serving pieces meant to be used and enjoyed in a unique hand-made, tableware experience. Their love of cooking and entertaining drives them to spend a great deal of attention to ceramic functionality, practicality and the ability of hand-crafted ware to enhance the presentation and enjoyment of food. Striving to create uniques designs as well as countless years in glaze formulation contributes to their conversation on ceramic aesthetics. To satisfy their desire to work on a grander scale, Pamela and Bill also enjoy collaborating on large-scale, one-of-a-kind sculptures. Additionally they enjoy an individual path in various sculptural concepts that fall in the realm of ceramic art, rather than functional craft. These objects tend to be the source of entry into various juried shows over the years. You will find their work in nearly all 50 states and in collections around the world. Bill and Pamela have won recognition and awards in local, national and international ceramic arts exhibitions. Additionally, they have completed numerous private commissions through out their journey as ceramic artists.

    "Since opening our gallery and teaching studio in 2016, we are delighted to bring our knowledge and passion for creative clay making to so many in our community and beyond. It is such a rewarding endeavor to introduce adults and children alike to the creative and technical process of creating in clay" --Pamela


    All of our functional work is microwave, oven and dishwasher-safe made from durable stoneware clay and glazed with food-safe glazes that we mix from well tested glaze recipes. We enjoy exploring new glaze materials and surface designs, so our palette tends to evolve with our forms over time as we discover new effects and color combinations. Our large scale sculptural pieces are constructed from a terra cotta clay made from a mixture of finely ground red and buff clays suitable for both interior and exterior display.

    Classes and Workshops

    Pamela is a veteran High School Art Teacher that brainstorms interesting and educational workshop sessions and Bill retired several years ago from the American Ceramic Society where he was the editor of Pottery Making Illustrated, a magazine for studio potters. They both received a Bachelor of Fine Art from the State University of West Georgia and The Ohio State University, respectively. Together, they bring many years of experience with and of clay in a fun and creative schedule of classes that will engage and inform beginners and all clay enthusiast. In 2016 the Studio introduced afternoon and evening workshops focusing on a specific technique or object to make as well as a monthly wheel class. In 2020 the number of “seasoned” and trained PineRowPotters increased, so naturally that led them to introduce “Take Over Tuesdays” as independent work sessions. This open studio concept is designed for those who have developed their clay skills already and/or need more time to explore the multitude of possibilities clay has to offer. For more information there are several options: Stop by the Studio, call and of course- like us on Facebook- Better yet, do all three.

    ~Seize the clay and fire on!