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Scott Shafer Stoneware Pottery Studio in Centerville, Indiana

Scott Shafer Stoneware Pottery Studio in Centerville, Indiana
Scott Shafer Stoneware Pottery Studio in Centerville, Indiana
Having no real artistic skill myself (even stick figures are a stretch), stepping inside of Scott Shafer’s Stoneware Studio in Centerville, Indiana was jaw-dropping.

Long tables, tall shelves, pottery, and all the things that go into making these one of a kind works of functional art are all around the Wayne County art studio.

Scott Shafer Stoneware Pottery in Centerville, Indiana

Although Scott couldn’t give us the grand tour, he left the door open (as is the small Indiana town way, don’t’cha know!) so we could take a peek around.

In this sunny studio, well, how could you not feel inspired? Scott’s pottery is all around. Holding a bunch of bright daisies, or leafy plants, a bunch of pears, or a wooden spoon. There’s shelves of mugs and plates and fruit bowls.

In other words, this pottery isn’t meant to sit there and look pretty, oh no! It’s meant to be used! Although, you know, it could just sit there and look pretty if that’s what you wanted.

Centerville, Indiana Pottery

Scott Shafer Stoneware Pottery Studio in Centerville, Indiana
Scott Shafer Stoneware Pottery Studio in Centerville, Indiana
For over thirty years Scott Shafer has been making pottery.

He’s been featured in various publications from all over the place and has truly made a name for himself. When you look around, you can easily see why.

Each item looks so carefully crafted and made to last. This is very well made Indiana potteryThey feel substantial and good in your hands.

Hopefully you have better luck than we did and can catch Scott in the process of creating future bowls, vases, and plates. That would be fun to watch a lump of clay turn into something usable and lovely!

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Scott Shafer Stoneware Pottery Studio in Centerville, Indiana
Scott Shafer Stoneware Pottery Studio in Centerville, Indiana
At Scott Shafer Pottery in Centerville, Indiana, each piece is hand-thrown and completely unique!

Trust me, this is a Wayne County attraction you won’t want to skip over. Look for the short sign that reads “Shafer Pottery” and pull down the gravel drive.

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Scott Shafer Stoneware Pottery
610 North Morton Avenue
Centerville, Indiana 47330
765.855.2409

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