The 24th Annual Wisconsin Pottery Association Art Pottery Show is an annual show and sale held at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Wisconsin. Members gather to display and sell their pieces and to answer questions.
Saturday, August 24th, 2019
9:00 AM – 3:30 PM
Buyers can expect our 50+ dealers to be selling vintage & contemporary ceramics including art pottery, dinnerware, stoneware, tile and figurines!
Styles range from Art Deco and Streamline to Arts and Crafts, Mid-Century modern, and Art Nouveau, from companies such as Fulper, Rookwood, McCoy, Roseville, Weller, Cowan, Red Wing, and many more.
Art pottery identification: The ever-popular What Is It? will again be part of the event— bring your mystery pottery item to the show (two per admission) and Wisconsin Pottery Association members will informally identify and evaluate it.
Admission is $5 per person. Parking is free.
Pottery Show & Sale Info – Jim Tyne- email@example.com
Details for the 2019 show will be posted to this page as they become available.
Dealers at the 2018 show were
- Joe Baran
- Mark Bassett
- William M. Bilsland III
- Christine Boone, Dave Johnson
- Dave Dornacker, Jody Spencer, Curt Rustand
- Scott Draves / Door Pottery
- Kathy Fay
- Catherine Frazier
- Dave Goodman
- Ted Haun
- Jan Jaworski
- Betty Knutzen, Dave Knutzen, Rose Lindner
- Marie Latta, Mark Latta
- Jim Loring, Carol Loring
- Lisa Louis
- Susan Mathews
- Bearl Moses, Ron Metter
- Greg Myroth, Lana Myroth
- Mary Pratt / Pratt Clay Studio
- Jim Riordan, Barb Reed
- Rick Risser, John Magon
- Steve Schoneck, Steve Furst
- Mark Schuster
- Matt Seedorff, Donna Seedorff
- Roger Sexter
- Patricia Sprang, Jerry McCann
- Chris Swart, Steve Dana
- Jeff Tagliapietra, Sue Jones Tagliapietra
- Jim Tyne, Ellen Tyne
- Marcia Weisz, Mitch Weisz
- Alex Zanello
- Tim Zinkgraf
Directions to Alliant Energy Center – Exhibition Hall
From the east, take I-90 to exit 142A, Hwy 12-18 west 5 miles to Exit 262, Rimrock Road, turn right or north, a 1/4 mile.
From the west, take Hwy 12-18 to Exit 262, Rimrock Road, turn left or north, a 1/4 mile.