Meghan Bergman Ceramics

Meghan Bergman Ceramics

Handcrafted pottery and ceramic sculptures inspired by nature.

See, Shop, Sip | Open Studio Day

The next Open Studio Day will be held on Saturday, October 5th from 9 am – 9 pm at Meghan Bergman’s home studio in Kennett Square, PA.

Stop in for the next Open Studio to SEE live demonstrations. Get an early start and SHOP the gallery for holiday gifts or treat yourself to handcrafted ceramics. SIP on craft beer from Rom Baro Brewing and wine, and enjoy food, fun, and a behind the scenes look at Meghan Bergman’s ceramics.

Visit the Facebook Event Page for details and directions.  RSVP today and invite others to stop by throughout the day!

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About Meghan Bergman

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About Meghan Bergman: Artist Statement: In order to be a great art teacher I feel it is essential to also be a practicing artist. In my studio I continue to work mostly with clay creating both sculptural and functional work. Organic objects and underwater life inspire me. I enjoy bringing the extreme texture and movement found underneath the sea to the surface ofRead more ...About

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“Her sculptural vessels are statuesque earthly forms full of sculpted caverns, imprinted textures, and subtle coloration. Meghan’s sculptures are inspired by nature, resembling barnacle incrusted ocean artifacts.”

“In the center of one gallery are clay vessels by Meghan Bergman that recreate layered barnacles in richly textured detail. Bergman also has several wonderfully imaginative tea sets that go beyond function into the realm of art, particularly the wryly titled “You Didn’t Really Want Tea, Did You?” that bristles with unwelcoming spikes on the handle and spout. Her fish cups and pitchers are also great fun.”

“Inventive and innovate, her handcrafted pottery and ceramic sculptures are inspired by the world around us… She brings art to everyday functional items like bowls, plates and mugs. Each one is a study in beauty and begs a closer look.”

“Meghan Bergman’s barnacle sculptures are cities of nooks and crannies that invite you to peer inside.”

“The fascinating textural qualities and details of her forms draw you in and make you want to touch them. They are quirky and cool, and seem to come from a world under the sea.  The more you look at them, the more you see her care and attention to each element of the forms.”

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Meghan Bergman is a ceramic artist from Kennett Square, PA.  Meghan has been creating ceramics for over 15 years, and has participated in firings and workshops around the country and internationally.  Her handcrafted pottery and ceramic sculptures bring the beauty, texture, and movement found in nature to the surface of her artwork. 

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