We're so glad you're interested in learning more about Kentucky Mudworks and its history and staff. Allow us to share a little about ourselves.
Kentucky Mudworks started in September of 2001 as a teaching studio and production pottery studio. Since then, we have expanded to offer multiple classes, workshops, and all the clay, tools, and supplies you need for your own studio! We are now the only full-service ceramic supplier in Kentucky. We not only sell pottery equipment, we also service used equipment from simple repairs to complete overhauls! Our selection of tools and clays are vast as well. We manufacture Dirty Girls Pottery Tools. We pride ourselves on our familiarity with the products we sell. We have tested every glaze we sell as the manufacturers recommend and beyond. We use the clays we sell on a daily basis for our classes as well as our own creative claywork. We welcome your questions!
LeAnne rocks and makes awesome pots! She is the only reason anything is even slightly organized around here: before LeAnne started we didn't know how to use 3 ring binders and those paper divider things with tab labels (and paper towel holders, and soap dispensers, and all the basics!). If you have any questions about workshops or classes here at Mudworks, LeAnne is your go to gal!
David Kenton Kring
David or "the new Mike" is the young male employee in charge of online orders and maintaining stock in the shop. David is a figurative sculpture artist that has been rocking out some crazy looking face mugs and spending most of his free time in his studio, which he keeps in the back of the warehouse. If you have any questions regarding your online order feel free to call David or email him at:
Working at Mudworks is great. The Dirty Girls are quite skilled at coming up with things that need building, doing, and fixing. Mudworks has a creative atmosphere and is a great place to learn about clay and ceramics. Come by and let us show you. Questions about plaster? Ask Tony: firstname.lastname@example.org
"Su Mac" is the newest addition to Mudworks and we are SO happy she has joined us!
Kentucky Mudworks is located at 825 National Avenue in Lexington, Kentucky. Our new home is in a 100-year old renovated warehouse that was built by the Martha White flour company. To reach our shop you can take the US60 exit #110 off I-75. Turn towards the Speedway and Cracker Barrel. Travel about 3 miles toward town. Right after the JIF/Smuckers Factory turn left onto Walton Avenue. Take an immediate left onto National Avenue. We are at the end of the block on the left just before the stop sign. We have parking on the side, in front, and around back! If you are traveling into town on Richmond Rd (US27) Turn right onto Walton Avenue, go 3/4 mile and turn right onto National Avenue.