Our store was founded in 1994 by Renee Lindquist. Renee had a vision to create a fun and welcoming environment where anyone can be an artist. Since then her studio has become League City's "best kept secret", providing a variety of engaging classes and fiery fun for patrons.
We are located at:
900 HWY 3 N
League City, Texas 77573
Feel free to stop by anytime to learn more about what we do! No reservations required!
There are many ways to get creative!
Classes of all kinds- Clay, wheel, glass, and painting
Meet Our Team
Renee has been playing in the mud since she was a wee babe. These days she can be found behind the pottery wheel throwing and carving pots. When she's not playing with her plethora of cats and taking long walks on the beach, she's playing in the mud in her Jeep. To see more of her artwork, click
Vertically challenged kiln specialist. She puts the finishing shine on your projects.
Tara graduated December 2021 from University of Houston Clearlake with a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Studio and loves all things ceramics. Pottery class expert. Come throw clay with her...just not at her!
Resident mess maker. Pouring molds to help give you more options for painting. Also in charge of the website, so if anything is wrong it is likely her...er, my fault.
Maddie the Minor is secretly a lizard and great with kids because she is one.
When Zoe's not helping around the studio and making obscure movie references to her coworkers, she's out watching movies and spending time with her dogs.
Hi, my name is Cameron. From a young age I have loved creating. As I got older, I explored my options for careers which included getting a Texas Floral Certification and completing a degree in Mechanical Engineering Design Graphics. I eventually came back to my love of art, getting both a degree in Studio Arts and finding my dream job here as a handbuilder. I look forward to helping bring your ideas to life, especially if it brings you joy. "I like ferrets".
Emily is an artist and student at University of Houston - Clear Lake. She loves helping people bring out their creative sides through ceramics. When she isn't working on her degree, she loves being outdoors and hanging out with her dog.
Carolina may not work here anymore, but we just can't delete her! She is short. To see some of her artwork, click