Pottery-on-Hudson is committed to the ceramic arts



Pottery-on-Hudson is a clay art studio committed to the ceramic arts.  We are located in Dobbs Ferry, NY, right on the Hudson River, home of many well-known artists.

The studio is managed by Linda MacKenzie, a member of the Westchester Arts Council's Artist Roster, Hudson River Potters and former ceramics studio manager/instructor at the mid-Westchester JCC in Scarsdale. Linda is also an approved NY state schools teaching artist.

Pottery-on-Hudson offers classes and workshops for artists of all ages.  We teach both wheel-throwing and hand-building in our large, well-stocked studio. We also offer studio memberships to potters looking for a place to work. Go to our Classes page for more information on what we offer.




Pottery-on-Hudson's Instructors


Linda Mackenzie
Linda MacKenzie, proprietor of Pottery-on-Hudson, loves making pots that enhance our everyday experiences.

<< Classes | Back to Top >>



Larry Lee
Larry Lee - was a friend and teacher at Pottery on Hudson for over 8 years. Over those years Larry generously shared his knowledge and time with anyone who asked. He was a master potter, a dear friend, a mentor. Sadly, Larry passed away this past May, 2012. He is missed.

<< Classes | Back to Top >>



Judith Leire
Judith Leire's work has been shown in juried and invitational exhibitions including a solo show at the Clay Art Center. In her words "clay has a magical way of unlocking and stimulating the imagination.

<< Classes | Back to Top >>



Romi Schechter
Romi Schechter makes hand-built and wheel-thrown forms.

<< Classes | Back to Top >>



Lily Schor
Lily Schor has been making, selling and teaching pottery for over 30 years. Japanese clay tradition, early American production pottery and Oriental brush painting continue to influence her work.

<< Classes | Back to Top >>


Lily Schor Pottery

Updated 8.11.2012