Art and Clay Studio
Welcome to Art and Clay Studio!
Primarily a Walk-in studio, Please Make a reservation for Weekends (we fill up fast especially with private parties) for guaranteed seating call to confirm availability and we'll reserve a table for you and your guests. Groups 5 or more please call !!
Our Studio has a fun, family-friendly atmosphere. it is a place to spend your time painting, creating, and expressing your inner artist.
Outdoor seating is available only during the warmer months in Spring, Summer and early Fall.
How to ~ with ready to paint Ceramics
1. Pick your piece to paint.
2. Wipe it down with a sponge
3. Decide what you want on it, draw free hand, use our tracing paper or we have stencils to help bring your ideas to life!
4. Paint up to 3 coats of each color
5. We will clear glaze it, fire it and you pick it up in 8 - 10 days!
How to ~ Create with Clay!
$5.00 BOOKING FEE per person to reserve your day and time.
Purchase 2lbs of Clay for $20.00
* HANDBUILDING PROCESS *
Roll, stamp, coil, and cut out your clay to make awesome pieces, leave it with us to dry and fire for you, and then you come back and paint what you created. (additional fee).
*Check Out Our "Sundays with Sophie" Schedule
For Handbuilding Classes. Sophie has an arts degree
from PLU in Ceramics and Clay Sculpting.
** Clay Making requires a minimum of 2 days advanced notice so that we can guarantee to have clay on hand for your requested day. ** No Pottery Wheels on Premises **
The Perfect Gift
for friends and family!
Art and Clay Pricing
Ceramic pieces vary in price depending on
size and style.
Prices generally range from $10-$90
Average prices for plates, bowls, and mugs are $13-$22 each
Figurines and banks are $12 and UP.
Price includes paint/glaze, decorating tools, clean up, clear glaze, and firing.
No sitting fee, No studio fee
Pieces will be ready for pick-up in 8- 10 days
Meet The Team
Art and Clay Studio Owner
Cheryl Johnson is a member of a Global Ceramic Network Organization of Certified Ceramic Teachers, Has been published in Ceramic Fired Arts Magazine and has taught ceramic classes in Eastern and Western Washington, Oregon and Las Vegas.
Cheryl enjoys meeting people, making friends and helping others learn about the ceramic industry and discovering their own artful talents.
Art and Clay Studio Co-Owner
Rod does the maintenance repairs of the pottery studio, he also keeps busy with his men's fellowship and community charities work.
He enjoys brewing beer with his brother in law (affectionately known as The Unkles) together they have won a couple awards for their all grain brews. He also helps with casting the molds when needed.