Studios will be open from 10am – 4pm
Saturday May 4th & Sunday May 5th
If you have questions about the Studio Tours
contact: Lori Arnold at email@example.com
Dates Open: 
My name is Zackery Dryden, current operations manager of Dryden Potteries. I grew up surrounded by many artists who worked at our pottery business. Much knowledge has been transferred to me. The processes learned from growing up in the factory have allowed me to be very comfortable/and knowledgeable with the ceramic process. I enjoy building and creating the art. I am always creating, building, experimenting, and expanding my knowledge with many different mediums and many different facets of making useful, beautiful, well-designed art. I am excited by the amazing possibilities the future holds, and the alchemical designing still yet untapped by human curiosity and experimentation in the field of Ceramics.
For over 72 years Dryden Pottery has been producing high-quality ceramics with an artistic flair. Known worldwide, our in-house formulated glazes and clay mix were engineered by founder AJDryden. The Ouachita Mountain clay and Quartz crystal glazes are sought after and easily recognized by collectors. Currently, 3rd generation operated we work tirelessly to create beautiful, high quality, one-of-a-kind, Art Pottery you won’t find anywhere else! We love to create functional art that you can use! Over 70 years of research and development, love of the craft, and hard work come together to create a true Hot Springs, Arkansas souvenir. Live Potter’s Wheel demonstrations will be available throughout the Arts and the Park celebration from 10-11 am daily, and all day (10am-3pm) May 4-5, open studio weekend.
Location: 341 Whittington Ave, Hot Springs
Directions to Studio:
Turn off of Central Ave (Hwy7), onto Whittington Ave. travel two blocks and our Studio is on the left side of the street. It is a large building with colorful murals on it and a large parking lot. 341 Whittington Ave.
Public Restrooms: Yes