LH Project—on the glacial moraine a few miles from Joseph is one of the reasons we moved here, an international ceramics residency program with fabulous kilns and facilities.  It is on the way to transforming this area into a magnet for ceramic arts and artists.

The Potters Center—Our friendly ceramics supply, only 4 ½ hours away in Boise ID.  Everything a potter needs and a teaching studio to boot.  Owned and operated by Scott Brown, ably assisted by Kevin Flynn.

Tozion--Goshen runs a beautiful little store in Joseph, a collection of handmade wares, local, regional and worldwide, which includes our work and that of a number or local artists and craftspeople.

Obsidian Windchimes—Our buddies from art shows around the west, Richard and Debby Bloom make fantastic chimes from natural obsidian needles they dig in southern Oregon combined with beautiful pods, bones, or driftwood.

Cedar Creek Pottery—this was our first wholesale account ever  and has remained a consistent support.  The gallery is now owned by ceramic artist Andee Warren, but the work of original owners Dave and Pat Eitel is beautifully displayed on this site

Wallowa Lake Lodge—While there are many wonderful places to stay here, this classic old lodge at the head of the lake has extraordinary character and charm along with a premier location

Wallowa Buddhist Temple—Just down the road from us, Rev. Meido Tuttle teaches Serene Reflection Meditation, a Soto Zen practice which is our resource and inspiration.  A great place to visit if you are interested in learning more about Buddhism.

Bronze Antler Bed & Breakfast—Heather and Bill run this lovely B&B in Joseph.  We particularly appreciate their support of the arts in Wallowa valley.

The Barn House- A beautifully restored daily rental located near Wallowa Lake with sauna and wildflower garden.