Planning a Road Trip this Summer? You’ll enjoy visiting some of these legendary artists as you are exploring the Western Region of North Dakota.
Prairie Fire Pottery – Beach, ND
Tours of Tama Smith’s studio and kiln are available upon request. The pottery is prized by collectors and pottery enthusiasts thanks to it’s vibrant colors, which resemble the western North Dakota landscape.
More Information: PrairieFirePottery.com
John Lopez Art Studio – Lemmon, SD
You don’t have to go all the way into South Dakota to find John Lopez’s sculptures, just head down to the South Dakota line to find John’s Gallery in the town of Lemmon. You’ll not only get to visit his Kokomo Gallery, you’ll get to see his sculpture of Ed Lemmon center stage in the Boss Cowman Square.
Opens May 1st for the Season.
More Information: JohnLopezStudio.com
Five Nations Arts – Mandan, ND
This Native American Arts Center has a store, that is open to the public with artwork curated by Holly Doll. Established by the North Dakota Indian Arts Association in 1992
House of Mulciber | John Offutt – Fargo, ND
Named after the Roman God of Fire, House of Mulciber is the glass blowing studio for Jon Offutt whose work includes landscape vessels, ornaments, and some larger pieces. His work can be found at Gallery 4 and Reed & Taylor Antiques in Fargo.
More Information: facebook.com/JonOffuttHouseOfMulciber/