Cambridge Wood-Fired Pottery


Unfortunately, due to the ongoing threat and spread of the coronavirus, the Clay Collective has made the difficult decision to cancel the spring pottery tour scheduled for May 2 & 3, 2020.  My assistant Brendan Kelley and I have all been making pots for the last few months in anticipation for this annual event and are deeply disappointed that we will miss this opportunity to share our new work, our studio, and conversation with our customers. It has always been a special experience for us. My showroom remains open and I will be posting work in the “Shop” section of my website for online sales.  You are also welcome to contact me directly if you care to discuss options on how to purchase my work.  In the meantime, thank you for your support and wishing you good health during these trying times.

Mark Skudlarek, potter

Cambridge Wood-fired Pottery was established in 1989 with the simple intent of making functional wood-fired pottery inspired by the shapes and practices of Asian and European folk pottery. With the assistance of my current apprentice Brendan Kelley, I fire twice a year producing a wide range of functional tableware and garden pots.

Located on the end of Tranquil Lane just south of Cambridge, Wisconsin, we are open daily. I encourage you to visit The Process section of my site to for an idea of what you can see firsthand when you drop by. Kiln Openings are held twice a year and provide you the best opportunity to view and purchase my work. Please subscribe to my emailing list below for notifications of these and other events that occur during the course of the year.