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Clay Bay is proud to showcase the work of Jeanne and David Aurelius along with that of numerous other talented potters and artists.

Jeanne and David Aurelius, Ellison Bay, WI
Potters since 1976, their work is inspired by where they live and the places they visit, along with the friends, family and colleagues that enrich their lives.Students of Marguerite Wildenhain at Pond Farm in Guerneville CA. Graduates of Luther College.

Mary Deneen and Martha Winter, St. Paul, MN
Long-time favorites of regular Clay Bay customers, Mary and Martha’s lady vases win hearts with their enigmatic smiles and story-telling barrel bodies.Students at Luther College Decorah Iowa, and Marguerite Wildenhain, Guerneville CA.

Peder Hegland, Sartell MN
Warm brown clays mined in Georgia, beautiful shapes and designs. Graduate of Luther College and student of Marguerite Wildenhain in Gureneville CA.

Peter Deneen, St. Paul Mn and Maiden Rock WI
Student of Marguerite Wildenhain, his work is strong and decorated with texture and line. Peter is well known for his large pottery,Cloth and Clay, in St. Paul where each year hundreds of mugs and other items are created for Bed and Breakfasts around the world.

David Stewart and Gail Stewart, San Diego, CA
David was Marguerite's assistant for 20 years. Since that time he and his daughter have been painting brightly colored paintings of people, and the places around them.

Carl Homstad, Decorah IA
Original woodcuts scenes of the midwest

Kate and Jere Huffman, Whatcheer IA
New to the gallery this year, Kate and Jere have a distinct black glaze which they decorate on their beautiful forms. Both attended Pond Farm in Guerneville CA. and studied with Marguerite Wildenhain. Graduates of Luther College.

Jim Mielke, San Jose CA
Beautiful photographs, enlarged and altered to look like paintings with vibrant colors

Larry Welo, Sun Prairrie WI
Etchings, inspired by events in his life. The prints show a general love for the beauty of nature and life.

Located in Door County, Wisconsin, 3 miles north of Sister Bay on Hwy. 42

Open daily from 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Custom and mail orders welcome year-round.

Clay Bay Pottery, 11650 Hwy. 42, Ellison Bay, WI. 54210
920.854.5027 / email:

Clay Bay Pottery • 11650 Hwy. 42 • Ellison Bay, WI. 54210 • 920.854.5027