The rich geology and scenic wonders of Utah bring out one's artistic senses. One of the most exciting areas of artwork in the Western desert is pottery. This section lists web sites for artists, studios and galleries concentrating on pottery, glass art, sculpture and metal work.
Worldstock (www.kqzyfj.com) The Worldstock division of Overstock.com offers handcrafted goods made by indigenous\r\npopulations from around the world.
Enchanted Eye Studio (enchantedeyestudio.com) Enchanted Eye Studio by Cheryl Deis makes sculptures kiln formed glass.
The Forgeslc (www.theforgeslc.com) Welded Steel Sculptures created by an artist who, after retirement, has returned to his passion of creating them.
Potluckpots (potluckpots.blogspot.com) Janelle Call Davis creates hand-coiled and pinch pottery.
Statues.com (statues.com) STATUES.COM in-house customized services include bronze sculptors, bronze portraiture bust sculptors, marble statue production artisans, silicone mold makers, casting and foundry artisans all under one roof!
Imagedancer (www.imagedancer.com) Imagedancer by Marv Poulson Fine Art presents sculpture & photography.
Bronze Sculpture by Kim Corpany (www.corpany.com) Bronze sculptures by Kim Corpany. Most of Kim's artwork features horses and western themes. Her work ranges from desktop size to monumental. Some of her monuments include George Washington on his horse, located at Valley Forge, Pensylvania and Hyrum an
Ashcraft Pottery (www.ashcraftpottery.com) Site features the pottery of Aaron Ashcraft.
Randi Lile (www.randilile.com) Randi Lile creates decorative and functional pottery. She manages the Red Kiln Pottery studio and teaches classes in pottery.
Moki Pottery and Metal Art (www.mokipottery.com) Moki Pottery is owned by Tom Batey and named after his awesome dog Moki. The site features custom pottery design and show information.