Black Sheep Pottery
4038 Skippack Pike Unit 3, Skippack PA
Where the clay arts and community come together hand in hand.
Nicole Dubrow, a Montgomery County native, professional potter and artist-educator based in Historic Skippack Valley, founded Black Sheep Pottery in 2007 to provide access for children and adults to quality clay arts studio education programs. Gifting handmade pottery from the Gallery for your 9th Anniversary, taking a pottery class, having fun in summer camp or painting pottery in the studio, love takes shape year round at this landmark ceramic arts center.
One size doesn’t fit all. The same holds true for learning the art of pottery. The sun filled studio is a brilliantly designed artist environment applying Nicole’s 30+ years experience from adjunct professorships in New Jersey to factory production as a master potter in New York City. Black Sheep Pottery opens doors and potters wheels to all ages and abilities including ADA compliant studios and equipment to make learning accessible to all. “Everyone has something in life”, says Dubrow. “My mission is to share how pottery can work for you, to serve your creative needs by turning a functional bowl in a one-on-one lesson, learn the discipline of pottery in weekly classes or gather to make art for a life celebration.” Open daily, painting classes, pottery lessons and art events are easily booked online using the date and time class reservation desk at your convenience.
Students benefit at Black Sheep Pottery with first hand experience on trends and traditions to foster their clay literacy aiding many in full scholarship support for college and beyond. As an active Trustee and Assistant Curator for the National K-12 Clay Foundation and contributing writer to the National Council for Education in the Ceramic Arts [NCECA] Journal, Nicole bridges the cultural heritage and art history of our rich artistic community to clay in the 21st century.
Voted Montco’s Best Birthday Party, Lansdale’s Festival of the Arts recipient for Best Craft Exhibit, awarded the Ceramic Arts Journal National K-12 Ceramic Arts Teachers Award and maker of restaurant collections for local breweries and acclaimed Chef’s tables from Napa Valley to Maine, are some of the many accolades that affirm the positive contributions Nicole Dubrow and Black Sheep Pottery provide to the dynamic communities of Skippack Village and the greater Philadelphia region. Browse the Potter’s Gallery or register for a class, camp or event today and share in this growing creative community. Visit Black Sheep Pottery at 4038 Skippack Pike, Skippack PA. You can contact them at (610) 584-5877, and on Facebook & Instagram. See you in the studio!