Muddy Rose Pottery provides the means for experiencing a stress free, therapeutic journey in clay. Creating a masterpiece on the pottery wheel using one's unique inner vision, equipped with a tool set of hands and fingers, leaves the artist with a sense of pride and gratification. Muddy Rose Pottery is "not just a clay studio."
While we welcome all families, groups and organizations, we are dedicated to Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Working in clay promotes communication and socialization and is a calm, soothing approach in providing sensory stimulation. Clay building encourages hand/eye coordination, develops fine motor skills, and encompasses all five senses. Here at Muddy Rose Pottery, we prove that "mud is not just for making beautiful pottery."
Call and schedule your visit today. You won't be sorry!
Beaver County Times:
"Hopewell woman takes leap of
faith to pursue her dream"
"Hopewell Twp. pottery studio
transforms more than clay"
A huge thank you to Marsha Keefer, Gwen Titley, and
Kevin Lorenzi for the beautifully written article and video!
*Articles courtesy of The Beaver County Times.
I am so proud of Marnee, one of my amazing pottery students, who is now branching into reporting. She selected Muddy Rose Pottery for her voice interview and I cannot be more honored!! Marnee's insightful questions showed me that she definitely understands the mission at Muddy Rose Pottery. Thank you, Marnee, for a job well done !!!
Muddy Rose Pottery is blessed to have many wonderful volunteers that help with the day to day operations, our special needs students, the gift gallery, ladies nights, cleanup, glazing, answering phone calls, but most importantly, encouragement and moral support!
If you get the chance to encounter one of our lovely volunteers, thank them for their hard work and let them know you appreciate them just as much as we do!