About

Nancy Gallagher Pottery is a privately run working pottery studio and gallery showroom. The showroom features finished pots in all price ranges, and both wheel and handbuilding classes are offered throughout the year. I encourage interested folks to walk through the showroom and workshop area and ask any questions they might have. I can talk and work at the same time!

Please call for hours if traveling from far away. Because the pottery is also my workshop, hours tend to vary slightly depending on my workload and show schedules. In general, the following hours are applicable.

I do maintain an email list. Your information is secure, and I don’t bombard you with email – just seasonal studio announcements and class information. If you’d like to subscribe, you may do so here.

Winter Hours: Hours may vary depending on weather – especially lately! You can usually find me in the studio Wed – Sat 10-3, but please phone first to double check. 717-309-1521
The studio will be closed for vacation February 15th – 21st.

 

9 Comments

  1. AnnHefner

    Website looks great and I want one of everything!!

  2. “About Nancy Gallagher Pottery | Nancy Gallagher
    Pottery” definitely got myself hooked with your internet page!
    I reallywill be back a lot more normally.

    With thanks -Kaylene

  3. Margaret Lewis

    how much are the bowls for the bassets so their ears dont get wet.. i love them. thank you

  4. Nice work…great site!

    • Mike Barrett!!! Long time no see! This was a happy comment to see on my page on a cold Saturday morning. Hope you’re doing well – will get in touch!

  5. Mike Pease

    Morning!

    I’ve just returned after completing a course in extrior plaster scraffito decoration at Warsaw Acedemy of Art, and I’m now trying to fix myself up with supliers of materials and tools so that I can start work. I’m based in Tunbridge Wells, Kent.

    I heard that you made your own scraffito tools – I’m assuming that they’re all for your own pottery work, but since their general desgin is very similar to those used for plasterwork, I’d be very grateful for any advice you might have on the materials you use and the way in which you attach the metal loops to the handles. In particular, i’m looking for a supplier of suitable spring steel strip.

    Really liked your pottery scraffito designs . . . hope you can help me.

    best wishes,

    Mike Pease

  6. Dear Nancy,
    Saw the article on your French press designs. They are amazing! We have run a crafts shop for over 40 years. Wondered if you wholesale (our customers would love your work!) and if you have a wholesale site or catalogue….and, if not, is it possible to buy one of the French presses retail just for us?
    Thanks so much,
    Mary
    Crafts People
    262 Spillway Road
    West Hurley, NY 12491

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