Pottery

Mudpuppy Studios is no longer located in Fort Smith, Arkansas. We have picked up the pieces and moved to Antigua, Guatemala. Look for new work from Mudpuppy Pottery here in Guatemala in the near future.

Peter Lippincott and Joseph Bramlett playing in the studio

Peter Lippincott and Joseph Bramlett playing in the studio

His clay work is noted for his very thin throwing & amazing glazes. He teaches pottery classes for adults and children in his studio. Peter is a member of the “Arkansas Craft Guild” and is Secretary of the new “Fort Smith Regional Art Museum.” Peter was accorded the title of Arkansas Living Treasure, 2010

Living Treasure Plaque

Living Treasure Plaque

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Thin walled pieces and amazing glaze colors are what makes Peters' Pottery in demand

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If you are interested in purchasing some of Peters’ Pottery he will be at the following shows.

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Pottery — 13 Comments

  1. Looking for pottery lessons on an elementary level for myself and my nine year old twin grandchildren for March 21st. Would you do this?
    Thank you,
    Lynda

  2. Hi Peter. I was growing the RWHS reunion site and saw your post, clicked on you and found you in your biz on your website. I just want to say “I never would have guessed” and I am thrilled to see that you have a creative life. That so fits the Peter I remember from HS. I am hoping to be able to make it to Rockford for the reunion but don’t know if I will be able. We may be relocating from the st. Louis area to either Colorado or Omaha, NE (following our daughter and granddaughter) and may be out of pocket in August. Too early to know at this juncture. It was nice “seeing” you!

  3. I would like to purchase more of the little handleless tea cups, i purchased two from you at the memphis pink palace arts and crafts show, I love these little cups, I like the one I have in the lite stone color like a sand color. Please let me know if I could get more of these cups. Thank you. You do such beautiful work. You were at this show in October in October 2015

  4. Do you sell bagged clay for throwing and hand building? I live in Clarksville and an acquaintance in Paris wants to learn and maybe offer classes. We would probably need 10 to 20 25 pound bags.

    • I make my own clay and I do sell it currently for $.55/pound, so if you are close enough to pick it up or do not need a lot, it’s a pretty good price.

  5. I am looking for a place that can make a ceramic statue replica of our dog we had him put to sleep a month ago…I was wondering if you made anything like that

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