Downtown Putnam in the bottom of the Montgomery Ward Building, within walking distance of dining, shopping & entertainment!

Contact us:

dot@sawmillpottery.com 860-963-7807


Who We Are

Founded in 2003 by potter Dot Burnworth, Sawmill Pottery offers a wide variety of classes and workshops for all ages, plus open studio time. A retail shop/gallery in front of the studio features the work of local and regional artists, including Burnworth and several other potters working out of the studio at Sawmill Pottery. Burnworth's personal dedication to community is part of each piece, as she donates 10% of her sales to non-profit organizations.  For more information about Sawmill Pottery, email dot@sawmillpottery.com or call 860-963-7807.

Testimonials ...

You’re doing an exceptional job with this. You guys make a brilliant team. Thanks for keeping the dream alive for those of us who live for our pottery family. — Lindsay

Last night WAS really really fun. I was skeptical at first, like how will I feel inspired at the end of a day teaching online, to watch another video and want to do anything else. But, I did. You made it really enjoyable. And even though I had to skip out early to help with getting the kids prepped for bed, I look forward to revising the video this weekend and possibly making a coil bowl or two. I will need to set up "shop" in my garage and come by and get a bag of clay (unless I can meet you somewhere to grab some).

THANK YOU for continuing to do what you're doing. --Vicki

You are doing a great job keeping the circle connected. Impressive and what I would expect from your attention to all the people that you interact with and your social conscience. —Gail

Here are some links to potters we know and/or those whose work we enjoy:

* Nancy Dziki, Nancy Pottery
* Larry Elardo, M Street Potters
* Holly Shaw, Meadow Point Pottery
* Sally Resnick
* Carolyn Judson
* Jon Puzzuoli
* Mark Zellers
* Doug Peltzman  
* Jeremy Randall  
* Ruchika Madan  
* Todd Wahlstrom  



www.HistoricNewEngland.org (Roseland Cottage) www.woodstockhistoricalsociety.com
www.tlgv.org (The Last Green Valley)

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