We are proud to feature selections of the highest quality and craftsmanship in jewelry, glass, porcelain, stoneware, raku, wood, silks, and hand-wovens from regional and nationally recognized artists. We are the only American Style Preferred Gallery in Southwest Missouri. Our entire selection is very extensive and we hope you will come visit our store to see more than this preview.

Always Azul Pottery

Each piece of Always Azul Pottery is functional as well as beautiful.  We are excited about the outstanding glazes and serving pieces.


Terri Balden

Terri Balden,  who lives in Missouri, creates imaginative and whimsical functional stoneware.  Terri started out as a two dimensional artist but now devotes her time to ceramics made in her Missouri studio.

Josh Gillespie

Josh Gillispie has worked for some years alongside many fine artists in a variety of media.  He has a fascination for taking raw Earthen materials and forming them into beautiful vessels.

John Beasley

John Beasley, a sculptor and illustrator designs and sculpts from his studio in Kentucky.  All of his tiles are in ceramic and have a nature theme.  Wet clay is pressed in a plaster mold that is made from his original sculpture, Each piece is bisque fired, glazed and fired at least one more time.

Matowi Tiles

Distinctive American art tile for your home.  Mawal Motawi and her team of designers create handmade art tile as installations or art pieces.


Bari Precious

Bari has been fascinated by clay since her early years in western Canada.  She completed her ceramics degree at MSU in 2001 and has been creating functional pottery with emphasis on surface design and color to adorn the home and table.

Bill Campbell

Bill Campbell designs pottery for function as well as beauty.  Each piece can be taken from the oven to the table.  Bill's Flambeaux Art Pottery uses a crystalline glaze known for its subtle color variations and unusual crystal formations.



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Mark Oehler

Mark Oehler has been a full time potter since 1970, making one of a kind functional and decorative stoneware pots.  Mark uses the surface of his pots as a canvas to interpret Ozark landscapes, water-ways and the creatures found there.