Teach This: Worry Warts

Worry Warts - Pottery Project

These fun Worry Warts are an easy project to make with grade schoolers and older. Using a small bit of clay, this is a great project when you only have one or two short classes to complete a project. We used lowfire clay when teaching this project, but any clay will do. Our samples were made with Velvet underglazes but the warts could be decorated with a variety of glaze or underglaze projects. Enjoy making these Worry Warts. Continue reading

Back to School Season

It’s back to school season! At Stone Leaf we have all your back to school needs covered – with glaze from Amaco, Laguna, Mayco and more to clays from Laguna Clay and Rocky Mountain Clay. We are sure our helpful and friendly staff can get your teaching studio in ship shape for the upcoming year.

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Open House Thank Yous

Open House Thank You!

As May comes to a close, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on our Open House event on May 7th. The event was such an incredible success and we are still so overwhelmed by all of the support we were shown that day. It is truly an honor to have such a loyal patron base, and we appreciate that you trust us to be your local pottery and ceramic material supplier. Continue reading

Doggies Welcome

At Stone Leaf Pottery, we don’t want you leaving your dog in the car when it’s too hot or too cold. Your dog is your best friend and they should come shopping for pottery supplies with you.

All well behaved dogs are welcome at Stone Leaf Pottery to shop, or when you are using our studio space. We do request that you bring them in on a leash, wearing a collar, and if they mistake our concrete floors for the bathroom, you clean up the mess.

PS… this is my puppy, Stewie, who sometimes gets to come to work with me.

See you & your dog soon,
Sophia & Stew

Open House Give Aways!

We’re working to finalize all the amazingness for Stone Leaf’s Open House on Saturday, May 7. We’ve got a great line up of manufacturers coming to hang out and meet YOU and a ton of fun door prizes ready for winners to take home.

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Beth Cavener at Art Student’s League

I think one of the best parts of loving clay and living in Colorado is the *huge* opportunities there are for learning. From places like Anderson Ranch to the Arvada Center and Art Student’s League of Denver, there is a never ending variety of locations and artists in the area to learn from. I am constantly looking to the work of other artists in the field for inspiration.

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