TheRoostAtRoddyCreek

Handmade Pottery - An Old Passion Renewed

Puyallup, Washington On Etsy since 2014

TheRoostAtRoddyCreek

Handmade Pottery - An Old Passion Renewed

Puyallup, Washington | 29 Sales

Kirk and Cyndi Stuart

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Kirk and Cyndi Stuart

Announcement    Upcoming Winter Markets in the South Sound area;
*November 21st & December 19th - Tacoma Farmers Market on Broadway
*December 14th & 15th - Tacoma Farmers Market at Point Ruston Grand Plaza

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Last updated on Nov 8, 2019

Upcoming Winter Markets in the South Sound area;
*November 21st & December 19th - Tacoma Farmers Market on Broadway
*December 14th & 15th - Tacoma Farmers Market at Point Ruston Grand Plaza

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About TheRoostAtRoddyCreek

Sales 29
On Etsy since 2014

Pottery Passion Renewed!

Every morning I wake up and can’t wait to get to my pottery studio. Until the summer of 2018, I hadn’t touched a lump of clay in over 35 years. Back then I was an avid pottery student taking any and all classes I could find, but life took a turn (as it has a habit of doing) down a different road. In 2010 my wife and I bought an old farm and that has been the catalyst for something I couldn't have predicted or even imagined.
After years of looking to the land as a source of joy and income a pottery kiln, wheel and several boxes of supplies suddenly landed in my lap. And, here I am today creating and selling handmade art both at farmers’ markets, events, and online, along with teaching classes here on the farm.
My wife, Cyndi, is our business manager, bean-counter, garden speaker and writer of farm-to-table cookbooks and garden guides. She attempts to keep me in budget, on time and reminds me to take off my ‘play clothes’ before I come into the house at the end of the day, threatening to kiln fire them at some point because they are so embedded with Oregon red clay.

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  • Kirk Stuart

    Creator, Owner, Designer

    Every morning I wake up and can’t wait to get to the studio. Not working in clay molds makes every piece unique and eclectic. My wife tells those who asks about the crazy shapes... if you pried open my skull, this is what you would find inside.

  • Cyndi Stuart

    Owner, Doing Of All That Needs To Be Done!

    My wife Cyndi is our business manager, bean-counter, garden speaker and writer of farm-to-table cookbooks and garden guides. As well as head gardener, errand runner and organizer of me.

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Last updated on Oct 29, 2019
Frequently asked questions
Why doesn't every piece look the same?

Every piece is One-of-a-Kind! Kirk doesn't work in pottery molds, so each will have it's own personalities in both shape and glazing color.