Open Monday-Saturday from 10AM-3PM
Paseo Pottery is housed inside a rustic little adobe built in the early 1900s in the railyard district of Santa Fe and has been part of the Santa Fe art scene for nearly thirty years. The space includes both a working ceramics studio and a retail gallery. In the studio, artists feverishly design and create—think muddy mayhem: whirling wheels, fiery kilns, and sundry clay-coated potting paraphernalia—while in the gallery finished pieces are displayed beneath the soft glow of farmhouse chandeliers.
Our studio/gallery is a few blocks west of the Capitol on Paseo de Peralta, which loops the downtown area of Santa Fe. When you enter the driveway, drive to the back building.
Coming North from I-25:
On Cerrillos, go north towards downtown. After passing St. Francis, go to the second light, which is Paseo de Peralta. Turn right. Paseo Pottery is on the left in the first block. Our sign is very visible.
On St. Francis, go north towards downtown. When you reach Cerrillos, turn right. Go to the second light, which is Paseo de Peralta. Turn right. Paseo Pottery is on the left in the first block.
Coming South on 285:
This road turns into St. Francis. Keep going south until you come to an intersection (at a light) where Paseo de Peralta is to the left and Hickox is to the right. Turn left. The second light should be Cerrillos. Go through that light and Paseo Pottery is on the left in the first block.