SHOP/GALLERY HOURS: Starting in January, 2017, the Shop and Gallery will be open Friday – Sunday, 12:00 – 6:00 pm.

You can call 845.679.2079 or email anytime for inquiries.

The Byrdcliffe Shop features both established and emerging work from local artists, some of whom are either instructors or students of the many great classes at the Byrdcliffe Art Colony. The Byrdcliffe Shop specializes in work from local ceramic artists, jewelry designers, woodworkers, metalworkers, textile designers, glass blowers, and visual artists. We offer a wide range of their current work, and can often accept special custom orders. We can also ship any item anywhere in the world.


Byrdcliffe held a series of ARTIST SPOTLIGHTS this 2016 holiday season for a number of amazing local artisans on Saturdays, noon to 6:00 pm at the Byrdcliffe Shop on 36 Tinker Street in Woodstock. Each Artist Spotlight focused on the artist’s work, and everybody was able to meet him or her at the Byrdcliffe Shop and find out more about the skills and fine artistry involved in their handmade creations.

Saturday, November 5, 12:00 – 6:00 pm: Chorthip Lagnese – jewelry
Saturday, November 19, 12:00 – 6:00 pm: Deirdre Puleo – ceramics
Saturday, November 26, 12:00 – 6:00 pm: Judd Weisberg – woodworking
Saturday, December 10, 12:00 – 6:00 pm: Katherine Burger – printmaking

judd weisberg


Available for purchase at the Byrdcliffe shop, or online by clicking on the payment link below
Cost: $70  ($75 includes shipping costs within the US)
Publisher: Cornell University Press
248 pages, 350+ color illustrations, essays by Nancy E. Green, Ellen Paul Denker, Robert Edwards, Heidi Nasstrom Evans, Cheryl Robertson, and Tom Wolf.

The Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild is proud to announce the second printing of the important publication Byrdcliffe: An American Arts and Crafts Colony, originally produced to celebrate the 100-year history and achievements of the Byrdcliffe Art Colony in Woodstock, New York. Byrdcliffe: An American Arts and Crafts Colony, with essays by noted scholars in the fields of American art history and the Arts and Crafts movement, traces the origins of Byrdcliffe as nothing less than the cultural nucleus of one of America’s most legendary small towns.

Buy the catalog online!

byrdcliffe catalogue



Michael Anchin – Glass Artist

Brinton Baker – Ceramic Artist

Kristine Baker – Textile Designer

Carolyn Baum – Lamp Work Glass Jewelry Designer

Meg Beaudoin – Ceramic Artist

Black River Mission – Stained Glass Designer and Woodworker

Miriam Bisceglia – Textile Designer

Susan Bogen – Ceramic Artist

Peter Kai Brown – Woodworker

Katherine Burger – Paper Artist

Otis Burger – Paper Mache Sculpture Artist

Kay Castelle – Ceramic Artist

Winnie Chai – Jewelry Designer

Judith Chase – Fiber Artist

Sherri Cohen – Jewelry Designer

Joe Comi – Woodworker

Rich Conti – Ceramic Artist

Joseph Cozad – Jewelry Designer

Megan Daly – Ceramic Artist

Belinda DeCicco – Fiber Artist

Jill DeLisio – Woodworker

Stephen Fabrico – Ceramic Artist

Jane Ferreira – Paper Artist

Irene Granell – Fiber Artist

Andrew Gray (Gray Works Design) – Woodworker

Nathan Gwirtz – Ceramic Artist

Erik Halvorson – Glass Artist

Robin the Hammer – Jewelry Designer

Rebecca Horner – Ceramic Artist

Hatti Iles – Ceramic Artist

Richard Johnson – Woodworker

John Jordan – Sculptor and metalworker

Karmabee – Visual Artist

Ariana Kolins – Ceramic Artist

Judith Kuppersmith – Ceramic Artist

Chorthip Lagnese – Jewelry Designer

Katharina Litchman – Quilter

Karen Lloyd – Fiber Artist

Katie Love – Ceramic Artist

Nancee Meeker – Ceramic Artist

Carol Monteleoni – Jewelry and Felt Artist

Doug Navarra – Ceramic Artist

Meredith Nichols and Harry Kunhardt – Ceramic Artists

Astrid Nordness – Ceramic Artist

Lucille Nurkse – Collage Artist and Painter (cards)

Virginia Piazza – Ceramic Artist

Marilyn Price – Ceramic Artist

Lesley Reich – Ceramic Artist

Jane Resnick – Ceramic Artist

Faye Richland – Visual Artist (cards)

Jessica Sandford – Ceramic Artist

Laura Shabe – Visual Artist (cards)

Bobby Sharp Glassworks – Blown Glass

Kaete Brittin Shaw – Ceramic Artist

Lorre Smith – Knitwear Designer

David Walton – Jewelry Designer

Matthew Ward – Ceramic Artist

Judd Weisberg – Woodworker

Norma Zotos – Jewelry Designer

Ron Zukor and Liz Horn – Jewelry Designers