• Teapot, Stoneware and Wood, Electric FiredTeapot, Stoneware and Wood, Electric Fired
  • Teacup, Stoneware, Wood FiredTeacup, Stoneware, Wood Fired
  • Stein, Stoneware, Electric FiredStein, Stoneware, Electric Fired
  • Ship Mug, Stoneware, Electric FiredShip Mug, Stoneware, Electric Fired
  • Goblet, Stoneware, Electric FiredGoblet, Stoneware, Electric Fired
  • Bowl, Stoneware, Wood FiredBowl, Stoneware, Wood Fired
  • Stein, Stoneware, Wood FiredStein, Stoneware, Wood Fired
  • Bowl with Handle, Stoneware, Electric FiredBowl with Handle, Stoneware, Electric Fired
  • Ship Mug, Stoneware, Electric FiredShip Mug, Stoneware, Electric Fired
  • Sake Set, Stoneware, Electric FiredSake Set, Stoneware, Electric Fired
  • Bowl, Stoneware, Wood FiredBowl, Stoneware, Wood Fired
  • Pitcher, Stoneware, Electric FiredPitcher, Stoneware, Electric Fired
  • Teapot, Stoneware and Wood, Electric FiredTeapot, Stoneware and Wood, Electric Fired
  • Mug, Stoneware, Wood FiredMug, Stoneware, Wood Fired
  • Bowl with Handle, Stoneware, Wood FiredBowl with Handle, Stoneware, Wood Fired
  • Bottle, Stoneware, Electric FiredBottle, Stoneware, Electric Fired
  • Whiskey Cups, Stoneware, Electric FiredWhiskey Cups, Stoneware, Electric Fired
  • Tumbler, Stoneware, Wood-FiredTumbler, Stoneware, Wood-Fired
  • Rangifer Sapiens: 1843-1907 - Earthenware, Underglaze, GlazeRangifer Sapiens: 1843-1907 - Earthenware, Underglaze, Glaze
  • Rangifer Sapiens: 1898-1952 - Earthenware, Underglaze, GlazeRangifer Sapiens: 1898-1952 - Earthenware, Underglaze, Glaze

Pottery inspired by the subtle textures and colours of the Newfoundland sea and sky.

Visit the studio!

102 Main Street, Port Union, NL
Just off the Discovery Trail (Highway 230) in the Port Union National Historic District (see Google Maps)

Opening Hours

June through September:
Daily 10am–6pm (except closed on Tuesdays)

October through May:
By chance or appointment.

Contact Michael

709.740.6925
info@wildcovepottery.ca


“After years of working with clay all across Canada I finally decided to base myself in a historic home in rural Newfoundland and found Wild Cove Pottery. In this location my connection to nature has flourished – I often work outdoors digging clay, cutting wood, and collecting glaze materials for use in my studio. I’ve also unexpectedly been drawn into the unique cultural experience my region offers – I can be an entrepreneur in this hub of creative activity and continue to work as a contemporary ceramic artist.”