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Pottery, Metalworks & Bronzes

Mar 29, 2022 | Arts & Culture

Pottery, Metalworks & Bronzes

Buffalo is home to some amazing potters, blacksmiths and sculpture artists. You can see the local sculpture “Johnson County Cattle War” standing at First Northern Bank & “Good Ride Cowboy” a Chris Ledoux tribute in Kaycee, Wyoming. If you are looking to participate or shop the local art, browse our local art stops below.

Potters’ Depot

Bonnie Schlesselman shares her craft by offering pottery classes for all ages and selling handmade creations made by local potters in the old Buffalo train depot at 75 E Benteen Street, one block east of Main Street.
Learn More: www.pottersdepot.com

PBD Bear Pottery

Hand crafted pottery and art classes at “Bear Den” studio.
Learn More: www.pdbbearpotteryart.com

Margo’s Pottery and Fine Crafts

Margo Brown, herself a potter, focuses mainly on American made, functional, fun crafts, including ceramics, blown glass, jewelry, furniture, fabric arts, wooden utensils, as well as metal art within her store.
Learn More: margospottery.com

Metalworks

Arrowhead Forge School of Blacksmithing is a working artist
blacksmith shop owned by David Osmundsen. His style involves forging wrought ironwork into functional art and is influenced by designs in nature.
Learn More: www.arrowhead-forge.com

Bronze Sculptures

Hugh Jennings and D. Michael Thomas, local artists, both specialize in bronze sculpting. The Hitching Post and Jennings gallery, located on Main street, features both of their works. Thomas has created such works as the two-piece “Johnson County Cattle War” standing at First Northern Bank & “Good Ride Cowboy” a Chris Ledoux tribute in Kaycee.

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