|The American Art Pottery Association : Long regarded as the premiere organization in
America for art pottery collectors. They continue to bring people together with a common
interest in art pottery. They also publish the widely respected "Journal of the American Art
Pottery Hound: Carole Coates, owner of Pottery Hound is an author & well respected
dealer of California pottery, tile tables and architectural pieces. Specializing in Catalina
Pottery. Carole, a long time exhibitor at The Los Angeles Pottery Show is the author of
"Island Treasures. Catalina Island Pottery and Tile 1927-1937".
Wells Antiques : Located in the heart of Silverlake's trendy antique district, this shop is a
must see! Scott Wells is well known for his antique tiles but check out the rest of this
exciting shop, long a "hunting ground" for L.A.'s celebrity antiquers!
JMW Gallery : Longtime respected dealers at The Los Angeles Pottery Show, they
specialize in American art pottery and 20th Century decorative and fine arts. A MUST SEE
Haggerty Ceramics: The Haggertys have been exhibiting at our show for the last three
years. Their work is all hand thrown and they are known for their finely crafted
contemporary shapes. Check out their exciting website!
Cincinnati Art Galleries : For several years a leader in the fields of American and European
art pottery, American paintings and glass. Several top notch auctions are held yearly. They
have an extensive website.
Ragoarts : David Rago and Suzanne Perrault along with Jerry Cohen are the threesome
that make up Ragoarts, widely known for their arts and crafts auctions in Lambertville, NJ.
David and Suzanne frequently appear on Antiques Roadshow and when time permits are
guest speakers and appraisers at The Los Angeles Pottery Show.
Jack Chipman : For many years Jack has been considered the "Guru" of the California
pottery movement. Check out his website for pottery sales, Jack's artwork and of course
you can purchase Jack's California pottery books. He also is a charter dealer at The Los
Angeles Pottery Show.
Just Art Pottery : One of the most extensive and up to date art pottery websites there is
available to collectors today with over 1100 examples available for sale. Worth the visit!
Check out their website.
Treadway Gallery : Extensive website featuring arts and crafts, mid-century, Art Nouveau,
Rookwood pottery, American art pottery and paintings. Don Treadway is also a long time
dealer at The Los Angeles Pottery Show. When in Cincinnati stop in at their wonderful
Hillsborough Antique Show : The "Grand Dame" of antique shows on the west coast. The
largest indoor antique show in California with over 175,000 sq. feet of space and over 550
dealers from around the world. This show is now in its 38th year and going strong! A
Sassafrass Pottery : Beautiful contemporary creations reminiscent of the arts and crafts
pottery, Saturday Evening Girls. We urge you to check out this extensive website , all pieces
masterfully hand thrown and decorated by Sarah Gutierrez.
The Collectible Detective: The biggest vintage and antique resource directory on the web!
Just try it for art pottery, you'll see!
Fine Pueblo Pottery : One of the largest and finest assortments Southwest pueblo pottery
we have ever seen! In addition they specialize in wonderful Mata Ortiz pottery from Mexico.
This website is definitely a must for collectors of Native American pottery.
American Museum of Ceramic Art : If you haven't visited their museum in Pomona, CA,
plan to do so soon. It's a "must see"! Here's a link to their extensive website and more
Ephraim Pottery: For several years The Ephraim Pottery company has captivated
customers at our show. They specialize in contemporary pottery done in an arts and crafts
style that reflects a simpler time. Look for them in spaces #1-2 in January 2013. Be there
early as they have quite a following!
Janet Ontko : Inspired by the simplicity and style of the Craftsman Movement, her line of
award winning tiles, birdhouses and sculptures incorporate her love of gardening and
nature. Her work is sold in museums and galleries throughout the U.S. and Japan. We're
very pleased that Janet will be joining us for the January 2013 show. See her in space # 26.