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featuring the work of Stacie Johnson-Leske
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     Welcome to My studio and gallery is located at 143 Main Street in Ridgway PA. Hours are Wednesday through Saturday from 10 AM to 6 PM and by appointment. If you can't make it to my studio, on this website you will find pictures and information on the pieces that I create.  Some are commissioned works and others are pieces that have been made for galleries, shops and art festivals at which I exhibit.  While I do keep an inventory of pieces that are ready to ship, most often people see a shape they like and request for it to be finished with a particular glaze style.

       To help you explore all of my creations I've divided this site into several sections for each type of pottery I throw.  Click on the links above to open a section and see examples of pieces I've made.

       The My Process page describes how I create my pottery, from starting as a lump of clay to the final firing where the glaze reveals its vibrant colors.

       The My Glazes page has information on the glazes and styles I use.  Almost any piece can be finished with any glaze so if you see a shape you like you can specify the glazes that will be used on it.

       I also show my work at art festivals, select stores and galleries including the Elk County Council on the Arts Gallery located at 237 Main Street in Ridgway, Pennsylvania.  Explore the Where to Find Me link for a listing of all the shops and festivals where my work can be found.

      On the How to Order page you will find information about ordering pieces.  Typically it takes from 2 to 3 weeks from order date to delivery (although I get very backed up from October thru December). When you place your inquiry I'll be able to give you an estimated completion date. 

Thanks for visiting!


143 Main Street, Ridgway, PA 15853
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