Campbell Pottery Store & Gallery

Campbell Pottery Store & Gallery

(814) 734-8800
25579 Plank Rd.
Cambridge Springs, PA 16403

Indulge your senses and stir your imagination with artistic delights around every corner of ourcentury-old barn in rural Northwestern Pennsylvania. Find practical art to love and live with, and bring a little bit of joy to your everyday life. From our own kilns we have beautiful serving pieces, plates, vases, lamps, and more, in richly colored glazes. From other artists we have a diversity of creative work in glass, clay, metal, wood, and fiber. There are artful items to adorn yourself, your home, your garden, plus unique gifts, from soaps and baby goods to wall art and stunning designer jewelry.

Niche magazine, Top 25 Retailers of American Craft
Enterprise Award – Keystone Society for Pennsylvania Tourism Destinations
Erie Times News – Readers Choice Best Gift Shop 2011

Give Dad a Mindful Gift and Fewer Worries This Father’s Day

innerSpirit Rattles relieve stress and incorporate art:

innerSpirit Rattles unite sound, motion, and beauty to create an artful relaxation tool. They are a small, but thoughtful gift for fathers looking for stress relief, especially on the job stress, because not only do they help calm, they can also serve as a paperweight desk accessory.  [Read more…]

Practicing mindfulness of gratitude

Scientific evidence shows that focusing on the present moment, not worrying about the past or the future helps bring calm. The practice of mindfulness is not so much about being happy, but being at peace with what you can and cannot change, and being grateful for the positive.  [Read more…]

The Village Gallery in La Villita Historic Arts Village in San Antonio

418 Villita St, Bldg 10,
San Antonio, TX 78205

Click for a map of La Villita and of the Downtown San Antonio River Walk.

Opened since 1972, the Village Gallery in the La Villita Historic Arts Village behind the open air Arneson River Theater on the San Antonio River Walk is an American craft gallery that specializes in handmade stoneware and high fired porcelain pottery that is mostly produced by the owners, Walt and Cynthia Glass, at their studio in McQueeney, Texas[Read more…]

Marfa, Texas: Land Of Creatives

Our neighbor, Marfa, Texas, once a hustling and bustling ranching community, eventually became just another small fading west Texas town along the Southern Pacific railroad tracks. But over the last decade, thanks to the minimal artist, Donald Judd, Marfa has had a renaissance. Now it is a hip and happin’ spot. In her latest magazine, Martha Stewart (who featured the town in an article the mid 90’s) did a “how to” article on making vacation memory jars. [Read more…]