Ceramics/Pottery


Leaf by IPA CeramicsName: Isabel Pereira de Almeida
Business: IPA Ceramics
Products: Stoneware Pottery

Website: https://www.ipaceramics.com/
Instagram: @ipaceramics

I create handmade stoneware pottery, both functional and decorative wares. My passion for ceramics is lifelong, and evolving. At the moment I am enamored with overlapping glazes to create beautiful, chaotic surfaces.

I work with high-fire stoneware, and glaze fire in a reduction environment. My designs are inspired by the simple beauty in our surroundings and some quirkiness.is is a line of white.

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Artist:  Kelly Forest
Business: Michigan Pottery
Product: Ceramics
Phone: 517-605-1663

I have been designing dynamic and creative art pieces for 10+ years and have always loved the shape of the state of Michigan. I design pieces that can be used by both men and women.

Customers enjoy using my food-safe dishes for spoon rests, used tea bags, salad plates, and soap dishes. Place them in a convenient spot that’s your “go-to” location for change, keys, and jewelry. I make small pieces with strong magnets for your fridge, and larger pieces that can be used as decorative wall pieces for use both indoors and outdoors.

The most exciting part of my work is when the pieces travel abroad as gifts for host families or as gifts to students traveling home after studies in the U.S.A. So far the Michigan dishes have traveled to more than seven countries!


Artists: Gregorio Perez and Debi Bailey

Business: Quiet Heron Studio
Product: Ceramics

Etsy: www.etsy.com/shop/Quietheronstudio

At Quiet Heron Studio, we fully embrace the connection between the natural world and our art as we create pieces that reflect and harmonize with our surroundings.

While we focus primarily on ceramics, printmaking and woodworking, we also enjoy exploring new media. All of our art is created on location at our hobby farm in Dexter, MI.is is a line of white.


Artist: Doug Worthington
Business: Doug’s Mugs
Product: Ceramics
Facebook: DougsMugs
Functional, hand-thrown clay works, from toothbrush holders to clocks, utensil holders to vases, bowls to wine glasses, and (of course) mugs!
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