DowdHouseStudios

Pottery

Alpine, Wyoming On Etsy since 2012

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DowdHouseStudios

Pottery

Alpine, Wyoming | 325 Sales

Announcement    All of our pottery is made by hand in our studio in Alpine, Wyoming. To see more and to learn about our process visit our website: www.dowdhousestudios.com

We are grateful to have a home studio during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are happy to take custom orders and will keep you up to date on any delays due to the pandemic.

We always appreciate the opportunity to make your home cooking and dining experiences a little more special!

Announcement

Last updated on May 16, 2020

All of our pottery is made by hand in our studio in Alpine, Wyoming. To see more and to learn about our process visit our website: www.dowdhousestudios.com

We are grateful to have a home studio during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are happy to take custom orders and will keep you up to date on any delays due to the pandemic.

We always appreciate the opportunity to make your home cooking and dining experiences a little more special!

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About DowdHouseStudios

Sales 325
On Etsy since 2012

About the Dowd House

Dowd House Studios is located in Alpine Wyoming. Sam and Jenny met as students in the ceramics studio at Kansas State University, they have been making pottery and sculpture ever since.

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  • Jenny Dowd

    Owner, Maker, Potter

    Jenny Dowd is co-owner of Dowd House Studios. Jenny is a potter and sculptor, she studied with Yoshi Ikeda at Kansas State University and Bede Clarke and David S. East at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Currently Jenny lives in Alpine, WY.

  • Sam Dowd

    Owner, Maker, Potter

    Sam Dowd is co-owner of Dowd House Studios. Sam studied with Jake Jacobson at the University of Nebraska-Kearney and Yoshi Ikeda at Kansas State University. His quirky designs reflect the oddity he sees in nature.

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