David and Becki Dahlstedt, Potters









David hands on pot

David and I have been making pottery together for over 30 years. We have a studio adjacent to our home near the center of Mountain View, Arkansas. We demonstrated pottery making at the Ozark Folk Center and had our studio there for many years. In 1990 we began building our home studio with assistance from an Individual Artist Fellowship David received from the Arkansas Arts Council. In 1996 we began working exclusively in our studio at home which is a wonderful sprawling space with separate studios for David and me, a glazing room, a separate kiln building and bisque kilns adjacent to both our studios . All our pots are formed by hand on the potters’ wheel then added and altered to form the final vessel. We mix our own glazes and do the final firing to about 2400 degrees F. in a kiln that David designed and built, We are fortunate to be doing what we love to do and continuing to make a living at it.

We invite you to visit our studio. Be sure to call in advance to make sure we are in the studio. If we’re there we’re open!  David cell: 6153432; Becki cell 870-615-4825

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Our studio is open to the public one weekend a year, along with over 30 other local artists and craft artisans, for the Off the Beaten Path Studio Tour which will be held on September 16, 17 and 18, 2016.  http://www.offthebeatenpathstudiotour.com

Our work is available in Mountain View at the Arkansas Craft Gallery,  the Ozark Folk Center Gift Shop, the Ironworks Coffee Shop and the Dulcimer Shoppe. In Little Rock we have a selection of our pottery at Butler Center Gallery. Our work is also available at the Crystal Bridges Museum Store.
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