Paseo Pottery

a pottery-powered charity

Paseo Pottery is temporarily closed for remodeling. On April 1, we will reopen as a pottery-powered charity giving 100% of proceeds to local non-profits.

We invite you to come visit us at work in our studio and stock up on hand-made pottery knowing that your dollars will go to a good cause. Our showroom features Santa Fe artists who specialize in handcrafted dinnerware and one-of-a-kind pieces of ceramic art and is housed in an historic adobe behind Sage Bakehouse near the plaza and the Railyard District.

MEET THE ARTISTS


JANET WILLIAMS

Janet Williams has been making pottery in Santa Fe, New Mexico for more than 40 years.  Her work is inspired by the landscape and culture of the Southwest. In addition to the showroom at Paseo Pottery, Janet's pottery is featured at the Museum of New Mexico Gift Shop in Santa Fe,  Mountain Arts in Ruidoso NM, Esteban's in Sedona AZ, Friends and Neighbors in Austin TX, Reliquary in San Francisco CA, The Tacoma Art Museum in Tacoma WA, and Mociun in Brooklyn NY.

Each piece is wheel-thrown and glazed by hand, resulting in beautiful variations in the glaze patterns. No two pieces of pottery are identical. The bottom of each pot is signed by the artist.

 

Click through the slideshow below to see examples of Janet's work: 


ANGELA SMITH KIRKMAN

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Click through the slideshow below to see examples of Angela's work: 


DOUGLAS HOUGH

 

Click through the slideshow below to see examples of Douglas's work: 


RON STRAUSS

Ron finds the inspiration for his pottery -- mostly bowls -- in the esthetics of Asian ceramics, adhering to a simplicity of form and glazing techniques that echo the traditions of China, Korea, and Japan.

Using both red and white clays, he works in high-fired stoneware that is food-safe and fine in the dishwasher.  Each piece is individually wheel-thrown and hand-glazed. 

To view examples of Ron's work click through the slideshow below:


MIKE WALSH

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It was while earning a B.S. in art education that Mike got his first taste of working in clay. Graduation was soon followed by an apprenticeship which led to working as a full-time potter. In the past few years Mike has devoted part of his time to teaching ceramics to both high school and adult students.

To view examples of Mike's work click through the slideshow below:

 


BLUE YEE

Blue Yee's pottery is inspired by the colors of the New Mexico landscape and the rock art that one encounters while hiking. 

Blue uses white stoneware that is fired to 2400 degrees. It is food safe, dishwasher safe, and can be used in the microwave and oven.

Click through the slideshow below to see examples of Blue's work: