BEAUTIFUL FUNCTIONAL POTTERY
Stockholm Pottery is open for the season. Summer hours are 11-5 Friday & Saturday, 12-5 Sunday, or by appointment (715-442-3506). Diane will have a booth at the Stockholm Art Fair on July 18, 2015 from 10-5. Many new pots including Anna's turtles! The fair is in the Village Park, just a few steps from her shop. The shop will be open during the fair too.
Diane Millner in her home studio on Goatback Road outside of Pepin, Wisconsin. All of her pots are thrown on a potter's wheel. She makes functional pottery for everyday use that is as beautiful as it is sturdy.
Getting ready for Art Fair!
Come see my big booth on July 18! Lots of new pots including many new turtles by Anna. For over 40 years artists have been filling the lovely Stockholm Village Park overlooking Lake Pepin on the third Saturday each July for one of the best juried art fairs around. See paintings, jewelry, clay, glass, sculpture, fiber, wood, leather, photography and more. There will be lots of good locally made food such as wood fired pizza, portabella mushroom sandwiches, coffee, ice cream and more. Listen to regional musicians perform onstage throughout the day (it's not too loud!); there are activities for the kids, too. My shop will also be open during the Fair.
Stoneware to use and love
Diane makes a wide variety of pots, ranging from her popular berry bowls, microwave egg cookers, and french butter keepers, to Japanese-style garden lanterns. She emphasizes that her pots are made to be used, and takes special care to make sure they serve their function well by focusing on details like comfortable handles and smooth bottoms. All of Diane's work is lead-free and dishwasher safe.
Online shop now open
Selected pieces are now for sale through this website. Go to the store.