All the events below are hosted in
Deb's Studio in Seattle, Washington...

Call for Studio Assistant!
Trade your time for studio space
and experiential learning.

Upcoming Exhibitions

Tree of Life
Green River Community College
Helen Smith Gallery in the
Holman Library
Auburn, Washington
April 2014

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Deborah Schwartzkopf:
Potter of the Month

On Jennifer Allen's Blog


Gaya Ceramic and Design
Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
May 4th-17th, 2014
Two weeks creating in paradise!
See flyer to the left!

Workshop Highlight! 
Click on this
Link for more information on going
to Gaya for a workshop!

Craft Council of Newfoundland
and Labrador

St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada
April 24-25 Hand building Focus
April 26 Photographing your work
April 27-28 Wheel/ Altering Focus

Delta Potters Guild
Delta, British Columbia, Canada
June 9-13
June 16-20
Two separate weeks of combining
Wheel throwing, altering, handbuilding

Surfaces/ Glaze Workshop
Deb Schwartzkopf is hosting this
workshop in her studio space
Seattle, Washington
August 8-10, 2014

Make it BIG!
George Rodriguez is presenting
large scale building techniques!
Hosted at Deb & George's Studio!
Seattle, Washington
August 15-17, 2014

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Welcome to Deb Schwartzkopf's Web Page!

Deborah Schwartzkopf is a full time studio potter working in Seattle, WA. She has developed a distinct approach to building her complex forms blending wheel thrown and hand built sections. Her pots marry the clean lines of modern architecture and the asymmetry of the natural world. Deborah stretches, cuts and folds clay into new and exciting utilitarian forms, challenging us to pay closer attention to the moments and objects that accent our day-to-day. Each piece is thoughtfully made by hand.  Serve your food beautifully!

All of Deborah’s work is made from porcelain and is fired in an electric kiln to cone six. The process page gives information about clay, making, and firing. Visit the artist info page to learn more about Deb or the Gallery Page to see past work.  Very soon the Shop will have more items for sale! Check back regularly.

If you are in the Seattle area, please contact the artist and make an appointment for a studio visit!





















Deb's Pottery