Since 2008, we have offered studio space where ceramic artists can rent space to create.
The desire to create with clay is calling to many people in our ever-changing society. It offers a contemplative experience. Working with clay on a potter's wheel, one must learn to center the clay before beginning the creative process. This is the origin of the business' name: "Get Centered Clay Studio." It is called a clay studio, because many things besides pottery can be made with clay, including but not limited to: sculpture, tiles, and wall art.
We strive to maintain an inclusive art space where people can learn and grow as individuals and a community, exploring the fascinating and enduring art of ceramics.