Artists and Makers – Ceramics, Functional
Peter Cunicelli Studios
Peter Cunicelli is a functional ceramicsist who has been working with clay since for over 20 years.
Brian Giniewski’s happy, drippy, colorful ceramics are handmade with great care in Philadelphia.
Diana Chamberlain produces objects for daily use, including vases, cups, mugs, jars, pitchers, tiles and coasters, and planters for the garden.
Each and every one of our wares are handmade to order by our production technicians in our Philadelphia studio.
I believe that pots with character and purpose can activate our senses, awakening us to the material world, and honoring its mysteries through the daily rituals of food, garden, and home.
Jordan McDonald is a Philadelphia based ceramic artist producing functional dinnerware, architectural fixtures and sculptural vessels.
Linda Johnson Studio
Linda Johnson Studio creates heirloom pottery for the home featuring tiny details, subtle textures, and heartwarming illustrations.
Little Clay Moon
Jennifer is a ceramic artist creating tiny art since the 1990s. The joy of creating tiny functional pottery continues to inspire her work today.
My work, mostly thrown on the wheel, focuses on the geometric simplicity of city buildings.
Maria makes functional ware for everyday life. Within the bounds of pottery, she seeks to elevate mundane rituals.
Natalie Page Ceramics
The echo of sensuality arises when an object has been imprinted with a living hand. I believe that what we surround ourselves with has a measurable impact on our lives.
Our work is created in the rich cultural environment of the Fairmount neighborhood. We choose to make functional pottery because it enriches daily living.
Now Open Sunday
We operate under the assumption that everything we touch can be both useful and beautiful. We strive to create sustainable and eco-friendly products for use in everyday life.
Palmer Planter Company
We offer our pots in a range of shapes, colors, and textures that are finished with the highest quality materials.
Influenced heavily by the architecture of her surroundings, ceramicist Roberta Massuch creates functional pottery and sculpture.
Suadiye’s tiles are handmade and involve experimentation with geometry, patterns, cultural motifs, and textures combining clay and wool.