Yellow Branch Pottery

Yellow Branch Pottery

Yellow Branch Pottery, established in 1983 is a working pottery studio and gallery. Karen Mickler and her assistant, Stan Hyde, produce distinctive functional stoneware on the potter’s wheel and hand-built items using slab techniques and molds. Tableware, ovenware, planters, lamps, luminaries, sculpture and ornaments may be purchased at the gallery. Yellow Branch Cheese is also available to sample and purchase. Visitors are welcome to watch production and tour the studio. Someone will be happy to answer questions and demonstrate whatever is happening at the time.

The land is being gardened to provide food and habitat for butterflies and hummingbirds. Benches and a picnic table provide pleasant places to sit and enjoy the sounds and sights of the water, birds, butterflies and flowering plants.

Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, Noon-5p.m. April-November
or by chance or appointment.

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