Lloyd Hamovit

Lloyd Hamovit Lloyd Hamovit is a New England clay artist whose work combines the tradition of the potter's wheel with hand built altering techniques. Lloyd Hamovit founded the 2Rivers Ceramics Studio in 2005 after a career teaching in high schools and colleges. As a juried member of the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen, Lloyd's work is well represented in galleries and fine craft shows throughout New England. Operating a teaching studio with a focus on the local clay community has been a dream lifestyle come true to open his studio doors to so many creative people.

Newburyport Magazine

Lloyd is featured in Newburyport Magazine's Winter 2016 issue!

All fired up: At 2 Rivers Ceramics Studio in Newbury, owner Lloyd Hamovit has created a community for potters of all abilities to connect in a social environment »

Paradise City: Art Buzz

Lloyd is featured in Paradise City's June 2015 edition of Art Buzz!

Lloyd Hamovit: The Village Potter »

Northshore Magazine

View Lloyd's lamps as seen in Northshore Magazine!

Stina Lindroth, Artist in Residence

Stina Lindroth Stina was born in Sweden and came to the US for what was to be 1 year of study at the Boston Museum School. After 5 years at the Ceramics Department of the School, she received a diploma and a coveted traveling scholarship, taking her to England and Sweden.
Married with two kids and a business, Stina tried to keep her hands in clay. She became affiliated with the well known Ocmulgee Pottery in Ipswich, where she taught classes and sold her pottery for over 20 years. For the past several years, Stina has taught and produced her wares at the 2 Rivers Ceramic Studio.
Stina mostly enjoys making wheel thrown functional pottery from miniatures to large serving bowls, as well as mugs, covered casseroles, berry bowls, chip and dips, votive candle holders, and fish bowls (her signature item).

Jenny Graf

Jenny Graf Jenny began her journey as a potter in 2007. The foundation of her affinity for clay was laid early, as she grew up fascinated by watching her grandfather create functional pots on his kick wheel. She has focused a great deal of her work on surface design, exploring the seemingly infinite techniques that can be used to create texture on clay. Having worked with children, teens, and adults, Jenny loves sharing her knowledge and experience hand building and wheel throwing. She firmly believes that the learning process is a lifelong one. She treasures her time working with students, always seeking to help them express their creativity through clay.

Jo-Alice Stockwell

Jo-Alice Stockwell Jo-Alice has been working with clay for 30+ years at various North Shore studios. What started as a hobby while raising a family and working as a pastry chef has become her main focus: teaching and creating with clay in her home studio Much of Jo-Alice’s work is functional ware, but she also enjoys producing saggar and experimenting with other alternative firing techniques. Jo Alice has a wide variety of clay experiences and demonstrations available in her bag of clay techniques.  In her journey through various clay studios she has taught many beginners to advanced students find enjoyment and creativity in clay.