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Paint Your Own Pottery at These Westchester Studios

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It’s time to bring out your creative side and paint your own pottery masterpiece at one of these Westchester studios.

Whether you need a birthday gift, home décor, or something to do on a slow day, painting pottery is the way to go. The Westchester studios are open to both beginner and experienced painters, with staff members who are ready to assist with as much or little as needed. Get ready to choose from hundreds of pottery pieces and head home with your own unique work of art. Customers can book a birthday party for their kids or grab friends and a bottle of wine for an adult party. You’re never too old for arts and crafts!

A Maze in Pottery 

76 N State Rd, Briarcliff Manor; 914.502.0088

Here is a sneak peak of what your crafting session at A Maze in Pottery will look like. First, you’ll browse the pieces, which range from vases to picture frames to good ‘ole cookie jars. Prices start at $4, but an average piece is around $15-25. Next, you’ll decide which color will suit your coffee mug or cat figurine from the 80 choices. Lastly, you’ll paint! You’ll have assistance throughout the whole process from the staff. Once you add your finishing touches, the staff will glaze and fire your piece in the kilns. All products will come out shiny and are food-, microwave-, and dishwasher-safe.

 

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The Pottery Factory 

179 E Main St, Mt. Kisco; 914.242.3200

Walk into The Pottery Factory and let your creative side run free. The shelves are stocked with over 200 items from which to choose. Once selected, painters have a wide range of colors available to them. The Pottery Factory even has glitter, sprinkle, and stoneware-effect glaze. Detail stations are provided so that painters can craft each piece to their liking. The Mt. Kisco crafting destination also offers glass fusing and candle and soap making.

 

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MADE: My Art + Design Experiment

118 W Boston Post Rd, Mamaroneck; 914.341.1922

MADE Studio is for both experienced and beginner artists of all ages. With over 300 pieces of bisqueware constantly being replenished, there is always something fresh to paint. The design center is complete with an idea book, silk screens, and over 70 paints. Once you have your supplies, settle down in the comfy studio and begin crafting. The staff will be around to give you as much or as little attention as you need. Artists also have the opportunity to craft their own piece using wet clay.

 

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Plaster Palace Pottery 

2005 Palmer Ave, Larchmont; 914.670.8181

Plaster Palace Pottery is the ideal studio for kids to express their creative side. The pieces include an owl and cat mug, princess figurine, and football bank. The studio offers birthday packages with the option of a slime, ceramic, or plaster party.

 

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Westchester Putnam Pottery 

3685 Hill Blvd, Jefferson Valley; 845.628.2127

Walk-ins are always welcome for those who have the sudden urge to paint pottery. The Jefferson Valley destination has a wide variety of items to paint, including banks, platters, figurines, and more. Artists can even bring a piece home to paint and return once it’s ready for the kiln.

Yonkers Pottery Studio 

379 McLean Ave, Yonkers; 646.316.0554

For artists looking to take a more involved pottery class, Yonkers Pottery Studio is the place to go. Yonkers Pottery is a fully equipped community ceramics studio that offers one-day to eight-week-long wheel-throwing and hand-building classes for all experience levels. If you want to skip the crafting and just purchase a unique gift, check out the store. The teachers and members stock the shelves with hand-crafted vases, boxes, mugs, bowls, etc.

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