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Mud Dauber Pottery houses a working studio and a separate gallery featuring the award-winning fine functional stoneware and earthenware of Suzanne Crane, Becky Garrity, and Sara Schneidman. Two-dimensional artwork is also displayed on the walls, featuring work by Virginia artists. Visitors can watch the potters at work in the studio when they come to visit the gallery. Mud Dauber hosts three open houses & artists' receptions

per year-check back here for dates and times-

and is located just west of the Charlottesville  airport, on Earlysville Road, across from the  Earlysville Animal Hospital. Click here for  directions.

Open for business: Monday-Friday 10-6,  Saturday 12-5 and Sundays by appointment

 


 

Sara Schneidman vaseSara Schneidman lived as a child in Asia and Europe, Sara Schneidman potteryimmersed in cultures rich in color, pattern and symbolism. From these early experiences, her education in the fine arts and her training as a picture editor for Time-Life Books, she has developed a style of bold color and strong composition.
Sara works in earthenware with bright slips and underglazes, which take their character from her watercolor paintings. Mud Dauber Pottery also carries a full line of her greeting cards and stationery products.You can find out more about Sara and her work by visiting www.SaraSchneidman.com.


 

Becky Garrity's "lively people" series reminds us that togetherness enhances Becky Garrity potteryhealth and happiness. In support of each individual vision for a better world, we need to reach out to each other. In fact, a better world can only be attained when we rely on each other. As she draws the figures, the direction and variety of lines create a Becky Garrity's potterymovement and life of their own. Becky is continually surprised by the subtle variations that suggest different cultures, ages, races and occupations. A life of action and interaction emerges from the surface of the vessel reflecting the joy we feel when we are appreciated and encouraged by those around us!
You can see more examples of Becky's work at the Association of Virginia Artisans website.