THE BYRDCLIFFE SHOP
Now open for weekend hours and scheduled curb-side pick up!
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.
Hours of Operation:
Curbside scheduled through email only: email@example.com
- One customer/family unit will be admitted at a time. Pets/strollers are not permitted.
- Please follow the floor indicators and staff will assist with your purchases. Gloves are provided inside.
- Each visit will be 15-minutes long.
- Customers will wait outside until shop staff can clean/disinfect all surfaces before welcoming in the next customer.
- Credit/debit card transactions only. Cash is not accepted at this time.
The Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild strongly enforces the NYS Department of Health “Stop the Spread” campaign to protect ourselves and one another from the spread of COVID-19 and germs.
Browse a selection of exhibition catalogues and books by artists and curators who have collaborated with Byrdcliffe. All are available for purchase online or at the Byrdcliffe Shop.
BYRDCLIFFE SHOP ARTISTS AND CRAFTS PEOPLE
Michael Anchin – Glass Artist
Brinton Baker – Ceramic Artist
Meg Beaudoin – Ceramic Artist – click here to read an article about Meg in Ceramic Arts Daily
Miriam Bisceglia – Textile Designer
Susan Bogen – Ceramic Artist
Peter Kaj Brown – Woodworker
Katherine Burger – Paper Artist
Otis Burger – Paper Mache Sculpture Artist
Mercedes Cecilia – Fiber and Visual Artist
Sherri Cohen – Jewelry Designer
Rich Conti (Byrdcliffe Ceramics Program Manager) – Ceramic Artist
Joseph Cozad – Jewelry Designer
Megan Daly (Byrdcliffe Staff) – Ceramic Artist
Belinda DeCicco – Fiber Artist
Jane Ferriera – Paper Artist
Kristen Garnier – Botanist
Barbara Goodwin – Woodworker
Elissa Gore (Byrdcliffe Artist-in-Residence) – Visual Artist (original watercolors and prints)
Irene Granell – Fiber Artist
Andrew Gray (Gray Works Design) – Woodworker
Nathan Gwirtz (Byrdcliffe Artist-in-Residence) – Ceramic Artist
Maya Hall – Ceramic Artist
Erik Halvorson – Glass Artist
Rebecca Horner – Ceramic Artist
Karmabee – Visual Artist
Dennis Keidong – Woodworker
Young mi Kim (Byrdcliffe Faculty) – Ceramic Artist (handbuilt pottery)
Mary LaCafe – Woodworker and Furniture Maker
Chorthip Lagnese – Jewelry Designer
Katie Love – Ceramic Artist
Robin “The Hammer” Ludwig (Byrdcliffe Faculty) – Jewelry Designer
Cheyenne Mallo – Ceramic Artist
Annie-hannah E. Mancini – Visual Artist (chapbooks, journals)
Sherry Masters (Byrdcliffe Staff) – Fine Silver Jewelry
Katharine L. McKenna – Visual Artist and Author
Carol Monteleoni – Jewelry and Felt Artist
Lala Montoya – Ceramic Artist
Doug Navarra (Saint Remy Pottery) – Ceramic Artist
Meredith Nichols and Harry Kunhardt – Ceramic Artists
Astrid Nordness – Ceramic Artist
Lucille Nurkse – Collage Artist and Painter (cards)
Paige O’Toole – Ceramic Artist
Kimberly Ota (Byrdcliffe Artist-in-Residence) – Ceramic Artist
Alicia Peck, BellaMuse, Inc. (Byrdcliffe Artist-in-Residence) – Visual Artist (graphic design, prints, notecards)
Virginia Piazza – Ceramic Artist
Marilyn Price – Ceramic Artist
Deirdre Puleo (Byrdcliffe Faculty) – Ceramic Artist (pit-fired pottery)
Lesley Reich (Pottery Mountain) – Ceramic Artist
Faye Richland – Visual Artist (gesture drawings)
Andrew Rouse – Ceramic Artist
Marysa Sacerdote – Jewelry Designer
Jessica Sandford – Ceramic Artist
Andrew Sartorius – Ceramic Artist
Laura Shabe – Visual Artist (cards)
Laura Shapiro – Woodworker
Kaete Brittin Shaw – Ceramic Artist
Lora Shelley – Ceramic Artist and Painter
Ben Suga – Ceramic Artist
Judd Weisberg – Woodworker
Norma Zotos – Jewelry Designer
Ron Zukor and Liz Horn – Jewelry Designers