A North Shore native, Cynthia has always been drawn to the ocean and its vastly changing colors. Her wheel-thrown and hand-built, high-fire stoneware pottery is glazed in a range of blues, greens, purples, and whites. Inspired by nature, Cynthia integrates shells, stones, and coral as well as environmental motifs into her work. Her new collection includes vases, mugs, berry bowls, ornaments, lamps, bowls, platters, and pitchers. Local beach glass is melted into some of the glazed pieces to create a spectacular depth of color. Each piece is unique and all are oven, dishwasher and microwave safe with non-toxic glazes. Special orders are welcomed.

Cynthia Curtis is a full-time potter and teacher and holds a B.S. in Education. She began making pots in 1976 and founded Cynthia Curtis Pottery in 1995.

•  The Potter’s Council

      of the American Ceramic Society

•  Cape Ann Artisans

•  Rockport Chamber of Commerce

•  Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce

•  Rocky Neck Art Colony


•  National Council on Education

      for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA)

The studio overlooks the woods, and features plenty of natural light from three sides of wall to wall windows as well as skylights.
There are seven electric wheels, and a spacious heavy duty worktable for handbuilding and wedging. There is also a large selection of tools, forms, and textures for handbuilding and a Soldner clay mixer for recycling. The studio has two high-fire electric kilns and maintains a reliable firing schedule, ensuring that all pieces are ready in a timely manner. There are two types of high-fire stoneware clay used in the studio, brown and off white.
Over 30 different glazes are available and all are non-toxic, lead-free, and oven, dishwasher, microwave safe. All glazes are developed and mixed at the studio.
The studio is kept clean and well-organized.

Cynthia Curtis Pottery, 80 Pigeon Hill Street, Rockport, MA 01966             Phone 978 546 6186            Email info@cynthiacurtispottery.com