Each piece of my pottery starts with a humble lump of clay.  With care and pressure it is formed and transformed into strong stoneware.  Just like people, each piece turns out to be beautifully unique.

Private Demonstration Parties


In Western Pennsylvania? Come and see for yourself. Visit our historic home studio & shop.
Too far to visit  in person?  Please browse the website and check Facebook, Instagram or Pinterest for the latest pictures and feel free to contact me.

I love sharing this process and making special pieces for the people I meet!  
 ~Marie Lewis 

Bring a group of family and friends for a fun and unique look behind the scenes in my studio. You will see how I turn a piece clay into finished dinnerware from start to finish. It's a relaxing evening perfect for ladies night and hosts earn a discount on their own pottery. Contact me for more details.



2020 update coming soon!

Want to pencil in a date for your party? Let's talk.



July 18 -
Summer Open House. 10-4

October 2 -
Autumn Leaf Festival Craft Day, Clarion, PA

October 20 -
Deadline for Christmas orders, absolutely, positively.

November  28-
Country Home Open House. 10-4

December 15-
Christmas orders expected finish date

"My favorite pottery, love adding new pieces to my collection." Ginger M.


"Thank you so much Marie for opening your home to my friends for an awesome girls night. Everyone enjoyed seeing how you create your pottery from beginning to end."  Jeri K.

"Beautiful pottery! Great gifts if I can bring myself to give any away!" Shanda B.


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Hours: The Pottery Shop is open anytime I am working; most days from 12-6, other times by contact.
Call first if you want to be sure I'm here, need directions or want to arrange a specific time.

1650 Stony Rd. (Limestone Twp.) New Bethlehem, PA  16242
814-764-5626   marie@PineSpringsPottery.com

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All the original designs on my pottery are painted by hand.