Any students signing up for classes must be 18+ and vaccinated against covid19. We offer comfortable, safe classes using all the latest covid protocols. Masks are required at this time, all of our teachers are fully vaccinated, ventilation runs during classes and seating is still positioned 6 feet apart. 

Cancellation policy:

Students must withdraw from class at least two weeks prior to class start in order to be eligible for a full refund. As materials have been ordered, teachers paid and spots filled, refunds are not possible once class starts. Students may transfer their spot in class to another student who is 18+ and fully vaccinated against covid 19.

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with Gill Travers

Explore clay off the wheel! Students will learn to hand-build flowers, fruits, trees, and mushrooms. We will focus on 3 projects: leaf-plates, a tree-trunk container, a large free-standing tree or flower basket. Students will learn hand-building techniques such as slabs, coils, and other methods of decoration.

Saturdays, Feb 19-Mar 26 12-3pm



with Ian Buchbinder

Take your skills to the next level during this 6-week, intensive, instructional class. Participants need at least 2 prior classes and must proficiently center and pull intentional shapes such as bowls and cylinders. 

Mondays, Feb. 21- Mar 28 6-9PM




with Ian Buchbinder

Students will learn the basics of making pottery on the wheel during this 6-week class. Starting with centering, creating simple forms and trimming. Glazing on the last week.

Mondays, Feb 21-Mar 28, 2-5PM



with Ian Buchbinder

Learn to make pots on the wheel during this fun, 6-week class! Start with getting centered, then make simple, functional forms, trim and glaze them. 

Wednesdays, Feb. 23- March 30, 6-9PM


Wrapping Papers


with Ellen Blomgren

Create lively, colorful animal totems for your garden! Students will use press mold shapes, slabs and pinch forming techniques as well as texturing and glazing processes to create these outdoor, garden sculptures.

Sundays, March 6- April 10, 6-9PM



Give the gift of creativity

Pay class tuition for a 6-week, instructional class, or buy 4-visits to our open studios. Purchase some clay for a member or just give someone $50 to use towards anything! Just print your receipt and slip it into a card for them to bring in. Or better yet, forward your email receipt digitaly and save the paper!



from all different backgrounds

At Mudstone Studios, our artist instructors create a well rounded experience for students of all levels. Take a beginner class in hand-building or pottery making with Hannah Powers or Ellen Blomgren. Learn the basics or take your skill to the next level with Ian Buchbinder or Rose Esson-Dawson. Get really technical with Gill Travers or Wayne Fuerst. Enjoy a variety of visiting artists from the region when we offer intensive workshops.

Coywolf Studio
Seize the Clay Studios
Ellen Blomgren
Rose Esson- Dawsom