Allegany Artisans Studio Tour 2016

Preview in select studios, Friday, October 14 5-8 pm, and in all studios, October 15 & 16, 2016 - Saturday and Sunday - 10 am to 5 pm

Clay Artisans

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Carol Amman, Kay Brooks, Mark Corwine, Staci Curry, Pamela Delyannis, Marshall Green, Elaine Hardman, Hanna Juekoff, Dick Lang, Eugenia Frith Meltzer, Peter Midgley, Nancy Petrillo, Linda Ross, Terri Ross, Karen Tufty, Marsha VanVlack

Twin Pines Pottery

"Twin Pines Pottery" - Pots with purpose! Utilitarian pieces created to offer both a visual and tactile experience. I love to enhance many of my works meant for serving, displaying fruits, casting shadows, or adorning a special spot in your home. Many are enhanced with carvings prompted by nature's artistry.
Carol Amman, 19 Pleasant Avenue, Andover, NY 14806
(607) 478-8677
Directions: From Main Street in Andover, Route 21, turn East on Center Street. Turn right at the first stop sign, Church Street and then make the first left onto Pleasant Avenue. Continue toward the end of the street. My home is the brick one on the left with a wrap-around porch.

Pottery by Kay Brooks

Also open for Friday's pre-tour reception.
"Pottery by Kay Brooks" - I make hand-thrown, high-fired pottery. I specialize in functional pieces and dinnerware. I have a wide variety of beautiful colors which are lead free and oven safe.
Kay Brooks, 4664 State Rt. 19 South, Belmont, NY 14813
Phone/Fax (585) 268-5361
Directions: I'm located on Rt. 19 two miles south of Belmont. We have a brown house with a red metal roof. You can't miss it."

Mark Corwine

"Mark Herol Corwine" - My work is one of a kind although classical proportions and forms coupled with visceral expressionist elements such as the glazing or surface textures are evident throughout. Most all the work is assembled from thrown and hand-built red earthenware, occasionally press-molded elements are used, however I will use any process that suits my ideas.
Mark Corwine, 2084 State Route 417, Andover, NY 14806
(607) 478-8216
Directions: Coming from Wellsville on State Route 417, 7/10 of a mile past Elm Valley (County Rt. 12) on State Route 417 going east towards Andover. #2084 House/Studio are on the left hand side of the road, Clay/ Grey color.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

Also open for Friday's pre-tour reception.
"Firefly Pottery" - Functional pottery inspired by the natural world. I aim to uplift the spirit by creating pottery that illuminates the simple, organic beauty of nature.
Staci Curry, 23 W. Main Street, Angelica, NY 14709
(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.

Pamela Delyannis

"Pinnacle Pottery" - Fine handcrafted stoneware pottery. This is my new venture apart from Dutch Hill Pottery. I will be featuring a new palette of glazes along with the old favorites. Come help me celebrate my 40th year of pottery making. Your visit will include demonstrations along with delicious snacks.
Pamela Delyannis, 9949 Dutch Hill Road, Fillmore, NY 14735
(585) 808-8861
Directions: Rt. 19 to blinking light Fillmore. Rt 4 to Ballard Road. 1 mile to left turn on Schucknet Rd. 2 miles to the end. At the T make a right turn onto Dutch Hill Road. Pottery is the first driveway on the right side.

Marshall Green

Also open for Friday's pre-tour reception.
"Gods Mud Pottery" - From bowls, cups and platters to sculptures…I design work that can be both functional or stand alone pieces of art. Stop by just to visit, pick up a great gift for another or simply treat yourself to something special.
Marshall Green, 105 Stevens Street, Wellsville, NY 14895
(585) 808-5362
Directions: Take Route 19, traveling south from Scio into Wellsville, take a right onto Stevens Street. Then go 0.3 miles. House is on left at the corner of Stevens and Hamilton.

Elaine Hardman

"StoneFlowerPottery & Tin" - Carefully, happily handmade pottery just for you. Food safe – microwave to table to dishwasher. Elegant or funky earrings with nickel-free wires everyone can wear. Hammered copper bracelets, metal flowers, folkart sculpture. Always something different. Stop by our studio for snacks and other good stuff. Where people find a "comfort mug" for decades of use. Some pottery is simple, some fancy, all is food safe - microwave to table to dishwasher. One of a kind earrings and necklaces with quality earwires. Hammered copper bracelets, metal flowers, folkart for happy kitchens. Stop by for a look and a brownie.
Elaine Hardman, 3180 Riverside Drive, Wellsville, NY 14895
(585) 808-0385
Directions: Easy to find on State Route 19 (Riverside Drive) south of Wellsville. Large gray house with porch, black shutters and Allegany Artisans sign. Please use side door at garage. 2 steps inside.

Hanna Juekoff

"Hanna Juekoff" - Ceramic jewelry, wall pieces and paintings. I have new mixed media and upcycled jewelry.
Hanna Juekoff, 2216 German Hill Road, Rexville, NY 14877
(607) 225-4502
Directions: From Route 417 east of Wellsville, near the underpass, turn onto Baldwin Road. At railroad on right, cross the tracks and take the second left (Proctor Road) to find 5th house on right. Or, coming from Alfred turn left after Ljungstrom and go straight until Proctor Road.

R S Lang

Also open for Friday's pre-tour reception.
"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

Also open for Friday's pre-tour reception.
"Eugenia Frith Meltzer Ceramics" - My work puts the fun in functional! What I enjoy most is the challenge of the teapot. I make teapots of all kinds. All are functional and all show my sense of humor. If you are a serious teapot collector, my studio is not to be missed.
Eugenia Frith Meltzer, 1331 Rte 244, Alfred Station, NY 14803
(847) 846-8456
Directions: From Main Street in Alfred, turn west onto Route 244 and go 1/2 mile. House & studio are on the left, just past the Alfred State farms. If you come to Terbury Road, you have gone too far.

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 Petrillo

Also open for Friday's pre-tour reception.
"A Stone's Throw Pottery" - Join us for a cup of coffee or tea, or just a cup. I make functional ware on the potter's wheel using porcelain clay. Glazed in bright colors, it is food safe pottery made for your everyday use or special occasions. Designs are inspired by nature and captured in porcelain for functional ware with an understated elegance.
Nancy Petrillo, 9845 Wesley Road, Houghton, NY 14744
(585) 567-8402
Directions: At 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" - The majority of my work is done with stoneware – durable with lead free glazing, dishwasher and oven safe. Most pieces are one of a kind or similar with a twist. In addition to functional pieces, you will find wall art, yard art and a few surprises.
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 circle 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 always happy pottery to see.
Terri Ross, 23 West Main Street, Angelica, NY 14709
(716) 378-0707
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 circle to West Main Street, we are located in the 5th building up from the post office. Look for the sunflower!

Tufty Ceramics

"Tufty Ceramics, Inc." - Terracotta bakeware, produced from Alfred Shale that we dig ourselves from the former Ludoici Celadon Roof Tile Company back in the 1800s.
Karen Tufty-Wisniewski, P.O. Box 785, Andover, NY 14806
(607) 478-5150
Directions: On Route 21, which is Main Street in Andover, NY. Next to the Keystone Gas Station.

Marsha Van Vlack

Also open for Friday's pre-tour reception.
"Van Vlack Clayworks" - 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. Clay extremes! I work with highfire porcelain to lowfire raku. My work includes art for the wall, garden totems, sculpture, functional porcelain and stoneware for the table. My new work combines several processes to create for art. Come and see if it will make you smile.
Marsha Van Vlack, 678 County Rt. 19, 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.