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  • Tue, October 25, 2022 7:48 AM | Jeanne Henry

    Minnesota Flat Top car kiln - complete with everything!

    With NEW double-wall, lined, stainless-steel stack, burners, safety system, thermocouples, blower, shelves, posts, tracks, building & firing instructions.

    Made with 600 hard brick,13 hard bible brick, 840 soft brick, with 24 12 x 24  good mullite shelves- some new, three 12 x 24  Advancer shelves, I'm keeping one! 4-8 silicon carbide shelves. See 24 photos on OPA member chat page. Price negotiable.

    CONTACT – JEANNE HENRY 503-267-2727 -Inner SE  Portland

    • Roof brackets & kiln cart made by Nils Lou, plus his instructions for building & firing the kiln, layer by layer. (And, If I can find them, layer by layer photographs.)

    A VERY clean burning gas kiln, during heavy reduction, you can see to the back wall. There was never detectible smoke from the stack, fires with propane natural gas. It all comes apart so you can make it taller to fit your needs. It is easy to load, you can see what you’re doing on all 4 sides, load/unload without stressing you back!

    Why am I selling it?  It’s just too big for me now at almost 75.

    • Wheeled kiln cart rolls into studio on two 10 ½’ lengths of steel brackets that attach to the+ two 9’ lengths secured to floor.
    • Two burners, with safety system, thermocouples, squirrel cage blower, (lengths of 2” gas lines available)
    •  New double walled, fiber-lined stainless-steel stack, with hard brick stack & damper system.
    • All the shelves listed above. Hard brick posts.
    • I still have 2x4 supports for the roof construction and a huge right-angle device to true up the sides when building to keep it square.

  • Sun, October 16, 2022 10:50 AM | Catherine Walworth

    In need of a small, used pugger. 

    TIA, Catherine Walworth

    Coos Bay, OR   541-260-7205

  • Mon, July 04, 2022 10:24 PM | Jenny Watson

    My work will be on the art space shelves for the months of July and August. Please come by to support the Cafe and to see my new work.

    The Behind the Museum Cafe

    1229 SW 10th Ave. (behind the Portland Art Museum)

    Wed-Sun  11-5;  Mon, Tues 11-3pm

  • Thu, April 21, 2022 2:58 PM | Mary Roberts

    We are delighted to announce a group ceramics show at the not-for-profit Hoffman Center for the arts featuring Dwayne Sackey, Eli Pilkington, Lew Allen, Lori Allen, Sam Newman, Joe Robinson, and Aubrey Sloan. 

    May 6–29 | 1:00-5:00pm

    Fridays through Sundays

    594 Laneda Avenue, Manzanita, Oregon

  • Thu, March 10, 2022 9:02 AM | Miranda DeVore

    Folks, I need a studio. That is to say, I need a space where I can work with wet clay, to produce my pottery forms, in quantity, and carry the process to completion. I need access to existing kilns, or be able to install my own electric kilns. I am currently in Portland, but as far as location is concerned, all possibilities considered. For questions or with information contact me

    Many thanks.

  • Fri, March 04, 2022 9:45 AM | Nancy Y Adams

    Nancy y Adams/Clay Artist


    My work has just been juried into the 24th San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts National Ceramic Competition

    April 6-June 26,2022

    San Angelo Museum of Fine Art

    One Love Street

    San Angelo Texas

  • Thu, March 03, 2022 12:21 PM | Mary Roberts

    At Hoffman Center for the Arts

    Manzanita, Oregon

    For the month of March we are featuring ceramics of Mary Roberts. 

    Mary is interested in elegant and modern forms with a feeling of volume. She seeks tension between perfection in the forms with imperfection in surface through carving, texturing, etching, drawing, or applying slip to a refined shape.

    This balancing act seems like a metaphor for just about everything. The search for perfection or ideal and then the beauty that comes from messiness and imperfection. 

    Mary is a local potter and volunteer with the Hoffman Center for the Arts.  

    This exhibit opens this Friday March 4 and continues every Friday through Sunday, 1-5pm, until March 27. Hoffman Center for the Arts

    594 Laneda Avenue, Manzanita, Oregon

    The gallery is free and open to the public.

  • Tue, January 25, 2022 8:26 PM | Linda Workman-Morelli

    FREE old, used softbrick, plus catenary arch kiln door made of kaowool and galvanized steel.  Brick is mostly broken, odd size, and/or stuck together. Door probably has a sheet of transite inside it. Approximately 2 cubic yards of material in all. Should fit in the bed of a full-size, long bed pickup truck or a 4 x 8 x 2 foot trailer. Located in Newberg. (not Newport)


    Contact or leave a message on our landline (503) 538-0119.

  • Tue, January 04, 2022 1:13 PM | Mary Roberts

    The Hoffman Center for the Arts in Manzanita is seeking two ceramic artists to exhibit in our not-for-profit gallery in November or December, 2022. Submissions are open to all artists with North Oregon Coast connections and especially part or full time residents of Clatsop or Tillamook Counties. We can display for up twelve to twenty-four pieces on pedestals depending on size. No wall hung. 

    We invite you to send three example images of your work, a bio, and description of your ceramic art to by the end of January. Thank you! 


  • Mon, September 06, 2021 4:31 PM | Mary Roberts

    The Hoffman Center for the Arts in Manzanita Oregon is very pleased to feature OPA member Serafine Lilien through the month of September. The Gallery is open 1-5 Thursdays through Sundays until September 26 at 594 Laneda Avenue, Manzanita Oregon. 

    Serafine works in clay to create whimsical yet realistic sculptures of dogs and cats. She captures the character of the animals and sees and creates their love and sensitivity in the gestures and poses of her pieces. Her art background is classic from studying and sculpting the figure at the National Academy of Design in NY and Artida Arts Inc. in Italy. She has an undergraduate degree in Medical Illustration, hence her realism style.

    Also note- the gallery is accepting applications for shows in 2022 through Oct. 15 for artists with a connection to the Oregon Coast. We encourage those interested to read through the application information. Check it out here!

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