Cynthia Curtis Pottery is close to the Paper House, wooded trails and quarries in Pigeon Cove. Cynthia’s popular ocean-inspired creations include coral vases, undersea lamps, berry bowls, lobster and starfish ornaments, scallop and clamshells, mugs, and wedding platters. Students create stoneware functional dishes on the pottery wheels in addition to crafting unique hand-built sculptural art pieces (pinch pots, coil pots, slab pieces, sculpture) in a relaxed environment. Her work may be found on Rocky Neck in Gloucester, Bearskin Neck in Rockport, both destinations named by the Mass Cultural Council and at galleries and shops on Cape Ann. Come see what all the fun is about!


WHERE TO BUY
CYNTHIA’S POTTERY
Cynthia Curtis’s Pottery is available for sale at
Cynthia Curtis Pottery - Gallery
80 Pigeon Hill Street, Rockport, MA
Open year-round by chance or appointment.
Please call ahead. Visa and MasterCard
are accepted.
Mimi by-the-Sea,
19 Central Street, Manchester, MA
(978) 525-0385
www.mimi-gifts.com
Alexander’s Pottery,
Bearskin Neck, Rockport, MA
(978) 546-2992
Joncien,
25 Bearskin Neck, Rockport, MA
(978) 546-9161
Gloucester Maritime Heritage Center,
Gloucester, MA
www.gloucestermaritimecenter.org
Rocky Neck Art Galley,
Gloucester, MA
www.rockyneckartcolony.org
Changing Tides,
231 Gloucester Crossing
At Hometown Ace Hardware, Gloucester, MA
www.facebook.com/Changing-Tides-Gifts
SOAK,
7 State Street, Newburyport, MA
(978) 465-7625
www.soaknbpt.com

80 Pigeon Hill Street, Rockport, MA 01966
Open year-round by chance or appointment. Please call ahead. In addition, the gallery will be open during the following weekends. Visa and MasterCard are accepted.


The best way to understand who we are and what we do is to visit us!
From Rockport follow Route 127 North toward Pigeon Cove, turn left on to Curtis Street and left again at Pigeon Hill Street. On this street, follow signs for the Paper House, which you will pass on your right.
The Gallery is the last yellow building at the top of Pigeon Hill Street with the Studio located off the deck of the house. There is plenty of parking in the front parking lot and on the street.
Need detailed driving directions? Click on one of the following links MapQuest.com or Expedia.com.


Design New England
Behind the Scenes
With photo styling her stock in trade, Ennis Inc. owner Barbe Ennis and a student potter of Cynthia Curtis, brings a strong design aesthetic to her new Cape Ann home.
Written by Nancy E. Berry, Photographed by Eric Roth, Styling by Emily Rickard, March/April 2013
“Craftsman-style fireplace with turquoise, green, and dark brown tiles by local potter Cynthia Curtis around the firebox.”
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Boston Globe
Hands-on
Rockport studio will show the work of visually impaired students who are guided by texture and touch
By Brenda J. Buote, Globe Staff, December 10, 2006
With a spinning wheel and equal parts determination and talent, 15-year-old Kayla Bentas is able to transform an ordinary ball of clay and a dab of water into a functional work of art -- a bowl, a mug, or even a vase.
"I love the way it feels, all smooth and wet, with graceful, gentle slopes," Kayla says of the clay she's molding into a bowl, her face beaming. At a nearby table, giggling elementary students examine their works in progress, nimbly running their fingers over the delicate figurines -- a girl with braided hair and a small lizard -- to find flaws. One child holds her creation to her left eye, eager to get a better idea of what it might look like. But even up close, she is able to see only light and shadow. The details elude her.
These children are all legally blind. They must rely on texture and shape to mold their artistic vision, which several of them will share today when their work is displayed at the Cynthia Curtis Pottery holiday show.
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Refer a Friend.
Receive $20 off the cost of your session if you refer a friend who has never taken a class here.
Three-session Discount.
Many people continue on for more than one session, some for years. Save 10% off the total of three consecutive sessions when paid in full.
Family Discount.
25% off the cost of a session for a family member. (If adult and child, the discount would be on the child’s class.)
Timeline for Notification
and Payment of Consecutive Session.

People currenty in a class get first option for the spaces in the next session. If you want to continue on, payment is due two weeks prior to start of the next session.
Bring a Guest.
You may bring a guest to Open Studio (not a class) under your supervision. The first visit is free. After that the fee $10 per hour for your guest.


2014 SHOW DATES
(Please note that dates are subject to change)
Art In The Barn
www.ecga.org
Greenbelt’s 25 Annual Benefit
Art Exibit and Sale

Cox Reservation
82 Eastern Avenue/Route 133, Essex, MA
June 13th, June 14th and June 15th
Cape Ann Artisans Studio Tour
www.capeannartisans.com
Spring Tour
80 Pigeon Hill Street, Rockport, MA
June 21st and 22nd
10:00 am. to 5:00 pm.
Fall Tour
Columbus Day Weekend
80 Pigeon Hill Street, Rockport, MA
Columbus Day Weekend
October 11th, 12th, and 13th
10:00 am. to 5:00 pm.
OTHER SHOWS
Harbor Holidays 2014
at The Boston Yacht Club

www.facebook.com/HarborHolidays
One Front Street, Marblehead, MA
November 15th
10:00 am. to 4:00 pm.
(781) 631-3100
Cape Ann Ceramics Festival
www.capeannceramicsfestival.com
Check website for more information.
Rocky Neck Art Colony - Holiday Show
www.rockyneckartcolony.org
Cultural Center, Wonson Street, Gloucester, MA
See website for details.
Holiday Student and Studio
Pottery Show and Sale
Christmas in Rockport Gallery Stroll Weekend

80 Pigeon Hill Street, Rockport, MA
December 13th and 14th
10:00 am. to 4:00 pm.
Artist’s Reception
Saturday, December 13th
5:00 pm. to 8:00 pm.

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