Dave & Pat Eitel
Dave and Pat Eitel founded Cedar Creek Pottery in the Spring of 1978, creating a clay-oriented gallery featuring their own pottery in addition to that of many other incredible potters. The Eitels retired from the retail part of their business in January of 2007, but Dave continued to create work for Cedar Creek Pottery until 2017.
Andee Warren continues the tradition begun by the Eitels to bring together an amazing collection of artists and craftspeople. After running the shop in Cedarburg for 13 years, Andee is excited to transition to a purely online format – hardly a possibility in 1978!
Jason Silverman Ceramics
Rhode Island School of Design trained artist Jason Silverman creates forms on the wheel with a combination of traditional techniques and his own contemporary vision. He has been influenced greatly by Chinese Chun Dynasty pottery forms and glazes. To order his work, visit our online shop or email us.
For over 20 years Nancy Hilborn has created innovative, colorful, funtional and handmade designs. The many functional uses of Hilborn pieces, in an array of selected patterns, allows not only for collective art but also for unique presentation of fine food and drink. To find out more or order, visit our online shop or email us.
For a contemporary spin on traditional pottery, take a look at Loren Lukens’ exceptional altered pottery. His work is both functional and decorative with bold, dynamic glazes that create a focal point at any meal or in any room. To order email us.
and more… Cedar Creek Pottery offers the artwork of Wisconsin artists and other US artists.