Handmade Artisan Pottery

In this age of mass produced plastics and disposable items, the decision to use artist-designed and created, handmade works of art is a reminder to slow down and appreciate beauty. Every piece of artwork from Fern Street Pottery is handmade by me from idea to creation, to glazing and firing. They are meant to be handled, used, touched and held.

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Featured Pieces

I believe in purposeful design, that form follows function. I made each piece with my hands, to fit into yours. My pieces are designed to be functional, comfortable, practical, beautiful, and sometimes whimsical.


Morning Wood Mug

This is the perfect coffee cup for the Lumbersexual, wood worker, beard enthusiast, woodsman or rustic woman in your life!

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Pug Love Mug ❤️

Pug love mug, the perfect cup for snuggling your pug.


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Cream & Sugar Set

This contemporary-classic cream and sugar set is thrown with a warm red stoneware clay, and trimmed to have a finished foot.

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Meet The Potter

Clay is an inherent part of who I am. Starting with clay classes at the Bellevue Parks departments throughout my school years, and then later returning to teach those same classes to the next generation, clay has grown to become a natural expression and extension of my vocabulary.

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About the Studio

Even the Fern Street Pottery Studio itself is handmade. Our detached garage was originally built tall, to house an RV, but when we purchased our house, we saw the potential to turn it into studio space. Our amazing friends came to work parties to help my husband build a second story cedar deck, stairs, and entrance to the studio, which really gives the feeling of a tree-house studio.

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Find Meredith’s Work

Bellevue Art Museum Store (Bellevue)
Danger (Bainbridge Island)
Kingston Mercantile (kingston)
Indianola Store (Indianola)
Modern Mercantile (Poulsbo)
Cascadian Dry Goods (Portland)
Bainbridge Island Studio Tour
Art in the Woods Studio Tour
Bellevue Art Museum Art Fair

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