Studio

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Set in an 1865 railroad station, the Wortendyke Pottery Studio has a peaceful and inspiring atmosphere.
Professional potters teach students to expand and explore their own creativity in clay.

All classes are taught on a one-to-one basis, covering  all aspects of creating with clay Рcoil, slab and pinch methods of handbuilding, leading to the pottery wheel, focusing on both functional and decorative ceramics.

Established in 1964 as Albert & Schlenz Studio-Gallery, Judy Losapio purchased the studio in 1989 and transformed it into a ceramic art studio and fine-American crafts gallery.  Judy has been working in clay for 38 years. She studied ceramic art, design, and education at Alfred University. Clay is her passion and the studio reflect this enthusiasm.

Wortendyke Studio is a place to come and relax, unwind, to forget about your busy life, and explore your creativity.  Our mission is to teach adults and children ceramic art by inspiring their individual artistic talents, and to develop those talents to their fullest.