From our hands to yours
From our hearts to yours…
Welcome to Juliet Rose Pottery Studio where everyday is a beautiful day. Where owner and artists Juliet Bacchas and Linda Spelko create ceramics and sculptures of beauty and function.
Juliet’s inspiration comes from her Jamaican heritage. Creating from clay, her pottery pieces are linear, sculptural, graceful, large forms while more traditional pottery forms are created on the wheel by Linda.
Juliet and Linda pride themselves on their unique colors, layering and combinations of glazes that are hand mixed in their studio.
The Pottery Gallery & Studio also offers custom work, many workshops and classes. Check our studio page for class schedules or Email Us for more information.
Our studio is situated within the heart of nature itself. Located in Massachusetts, we are surrounded by lush woods, wildlife and the beauty of nature.
We have big beautiful windows for perfect views of our gardens and woods, It’s an artist dream!
Our Studio is open to the public for workshops, for Independent Study for experienced potters, Private Classes and 4 week classes throughout the year. Call 413-277-0373 or Email Us for more information.
News and Events
Jinglebells Artist Trail
December 9 & 10, 10AM-4PM
Juliet Rose Pottery Studio
191 Reimers Rd, Monson, MA …More
Strike A Match Exhibition
Eagle Hill School Gallery
September through December
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Juliet Rose Pottery Studio hosted 20 students from Central High School for a Raku workshop. Over 120 pieces of pottery were crafted with beautiful results and lots of oohs and aahs. Visit our Facebook Page to view the results
African Coiling Demo at UMass Fine Arts Center
Juliet Bacchas recently demonstrated her African Coining technique at a demonstration at the Umass Fine Art Center, Amherst, MA. The event included conversation and discussion with African Art History Professor Imo Imeh” of Westfield State College. The event was organized by Eva Fiest, Education Curator at Umass Contemporary of Art Museum and African Art History Professor, Imo Imeh. Along with Juliet in photo below is Eva Fiest, and Professor Imo Imeh.
“It was a wonderful Demo and a pleasure meeting such an amazing group of people. Thanks to everyone.”