pottery wheel

Rhode Island Hand-Thrown Pottery Since 2002

2020 HOLIDAY SALE

Our Holiday Sale is re-imagined this year with the help of Rachel at Harbor Creative Arts!  Contact Rachel at harborcreativearts@gmail.com.

pottery classes

Thanks to everyone who signed up for past classes!  All classes are on hold right now, but we’ll post more in the future, so check back soon!

The Galleries

Check out images of the latest crystaline and stoneware pottery that’s available for shipping or contactless pick-up!

pottery wheel

Rhode Island Hand-Thrown Pottery Since 2002

Welcome to
Pottery Wheel

Located in North Kingstown, Rhode Island, Pottery Wheel has been crafting hand-thrown functional pottery for people to use and enjoy in their everyday lives since 2002.  We specialize in simple, straightforward designs with high-fire stoneware and crystalline glazes that easily blend into anyone’s artistic lifestyle.

Mike Chatterley making a pot at Pottery Wheel
Crystalline Vase
Crystalline Vases
A Shelf of Mugs and Bowls Ready to Glaze

The Galleries

Check out images of the latest crystaline and stoneware pottery that’s available for shipping or contactless pick-up!

pottery classes

Thanks to everyone who signed up for past classes!  All classes are on hold right now, but we’ll post more in the future, so check back soon!

2020 show season

Due to social distancing, the 2020 show season has been cancelled.  We’ll be holding an Open Studio sale the first week of December, so mark your calendars!

visit the studio

(on hold)

Interested in finding out what goes into making the pieces you see on this site?  Come out to the studio and I’ll show you around.  I not only take pride in my finished work, but I also thoroughly enjoy showing people how I get there.  It’s one of the reasons I teach ceramics to high school students.  My passion for pottery is as much about sharing the process with others as it is in enjoying the finished work.

When you come out, I’ll walk you through each step I take – from forming a mound of clay to the finished glaze.  You’ll truly receive a better appreciation of a potter’s craft.  And you’ll have access to my entire inventory of current stock or be able request one of my designs.  So, if you have an interest in pottery at all, please consider scheduling a visit.

Welcome to Pottery Wheel

Located in North Kingstown, Rhode Island, Pottery Wheel has been crafting hand-thrown functional pottery for people to use and enjoy in their everyday lives since 2002.  We specialize in simple, straightforward designs with high-fire stoneware and crystalline glazes that easily blend into anyone’s artistic lifestyle.

Mike Chatterley making a pot at Pottery Wheel
Crystalline Vase
Crystalline Vases
A Shelf of Mugs and Bowls Ready to Glaze

visit the studio (on Hold)

Interested in finding out what goes into making the pieces you see on this site?  Come out to the studio and I’ll show you around.  I not only take pride in my finished work, but I also thoroughly enjoy showing people how I get there.  It’s one of the reasons I teach ceramics to high school students.  My passion for pottery is as much about sharing the process with others as it is in enjoying the finished work.

When you come out, I’ll walk you through each step I take – from forming a mound of clay to the finished glaze.  You’ll truly receive a better appreciation of a potter’s craft.  And you’ll have access to my entire inventory of current stock or be able request one of my designs.  So, if you have an interest in pottery at all, please consider scheduling a visit.

visit the studio

(on hold)

Interested in finding out what goes into making the pieces you see on this site?  Come out to the studio and I’ll show you around.  I not only take pride in my finished work, but I also thoroughly enjoy showing people how I get there.  It’s one of the reasons I teach ceramics to high school students.  My passion for pottery is as much about sharing the process with others as it is in enjoying the finished work.

When you come out, I’ll walk you through each step I take – from forming a mound of clay to the finished glaze.  You’ll truly receive a better appreciation of a potter’s craft.  And you’ll have access to my entire inventory of current stock or be able request one of my designs.  So, if you have an interest in pottery at all, please consider scheduling a visit.

— The Artist —

Mike Chatterley at Pottery Wheel

Meet Mike

My name is Mike and I am passionate about pottery.  From the clay in my fingernails to the heat of the kiln – I love every step of the process.  But as rewarding as this is, it’s not nearly as rewarding as sharing my creations with other people.  The idea that I could bring joy to someone’s life through something as simple as a mug that they pull from their cabinet in the morning – this is what truly fuels my passion.  Being a potter has brought me many years of personal enjoyment, but it only has meaning when I share it with others.

 

— The Artist —

Mike Chatterley at Pottery Wheel

Meet Mike

My name is Mike and I am passionate about pottery.  From the clay in my fingernails to the heat of the kiln – I love every step of the process.  But as rewarding as this is, it’s not nearly as rewarding as sharing my creations with other people.  The idea that I could bring joy to someone’s life through something as simple as a mug that they pull from their cabinet in the morning – this is what truly fuels my passion.  Being a potter has brought me many years of personal enjoyment, but it only has meaning when I share it with others.

Our Location

130 School Street
North Kingstown, RI  02852
401-294-7250

Important Information
When Arriving to the Studio
Once you pull in to the driveway, turn left at the fork.  The studio is in the building beyond the driveway’s end.  Entrance is through the door on the left-hand side beside the Pottery Wheel sign.  Park on the grass to the left.

— Our Location —

130 School Street
North Kingstown, RI  02852
401-294-7250

Important Information When Arriving to the Studio

Once you pull in to the driveway, turn left at the fork.  The studio is in the building beyond the driveway’s end.  Entrance is through the door on the left-hand side beside the Pottery Wheel sign.  Park on the grass to the left.

interested in
learning pottery?

For seven weeks starting January 8th, Mike will be teaching pottery classes at Rocky Hill Country Day School on Wednesday nights.  Seats are limited, so if you’re interested, please give us your name and email and we’ll reserve a spot for you.  All inquiries are on a first come, first served basis, so act fast!

THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST!

We’ll keep you informed about all of our upcoming shows and events!