Adrienne Stacey Pottery
Member of the Oregon Potters Association
In my forty years of becoming a potter,
what satifies me
is one of my pieces
connecting earth with soul.
3434 SE Brooklyn
Portland, OR 97202
503 232 4393
Halfway between SE Division and Powell. Studio Entrance down hill on 35th.
Please come and visit! My wee gallery is also open Call first so I can meet you at the door..
"Drifter" $600 Stoneware Professionally framed
in Wee Gallery
Red Stripe Cup SOLD
Poplar and Shy Sapsucker $600 42"h x 16 1/2" w Profesional framed Detail
Available in Wee Gallery
Hellebore Feast Porcelain 32"w x 14 1/2 "h $300
Egret on a Snowy Night Black Stoneware with Porcelain Tribute to Ohara Koson
1877-1945 Japanese Wood Block Print $225 SOLD
Cobalt Cup Sold
Gingko and Barberry Porcelain $500 Professionally framed Available at Wee Gallery
Queen Anne's Lace Handbuilt Stein Porecelain $40 Sold Golden Ash Cup Sold
Stay Awhie 1/2 Price $200 I cracked it with my broom... Available at Wee Gallery
Adrienne Stacey, Potter
Large sectional piece, just finished making. Sunfaces SOLD
Studio 2001 1909 Classic Box 1986 Vanagon
wee gallery is open, a Gallery connected to my studio.
Give me a call if you or friends and relatives visiting who might be intersted in seeing the studio or purchasing pottery and featuring Hesper's Jewelry.
Call me so I can meet you at the Studio door.
503 232 4393
Hesper Willa Stacey, individually designed jewelry
I have a few of her pieces for sale
Coming by Bus?
#4 Division, to 34th Stop. Brooklyn is south of Division
#9 Powell, 33rd stop. Brooklyn is north of Powell
#75 Chavez, Tibbets stop. Brooklyn is one block north of Tibbitts
A fully functioning urban pottery — right in Southeast Portland
All of my work is original and created in my studio.
7. This teapot is still in the making...
8. My piece on the left, students pieces on the right
9. Loading Gas Fired Reduction Firing
I make my own glazes — lead-free.
My work is on display/for sale in my own Wee Gallery, The SE Area Art Walk the first weekend in March, and the Mt Tabor Art Walk, the 3rd weekend in May. My annual Homeshow is the first weekend in December.
Watch for occassional studio sales! Please call me if you really want to purchase one of my pieces. 503 232 4393
High-fired pottery is very strong. Pieces are safe in the dishwasher and microwave.
Flat pieces can stay outside year-round, except during heavy freezes.
High-fired ceramics was my major in college — BA 1972.
I’ve worked with clay for more than 40 years and am still learning!