Free Flight Studio is located in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains, 20 minutes from the West Entrance to Glacier National Park. I make wheel thrown and altered dining, serving and decorative ware, using primarily porcelain and white stoneware. I enjoy using handmade art in my daily life. I encourage others to do the same and use handmade artworks daily(mugs, bowls, vases, etc.), enhancing their everyday.
I have been working with clay since 1976 and have a BFA and a BA in Education with endorsements in K-12 Art and Reading. I have taught many classes to all ages and currently offer individual or small group pottery classes and workshops. Please feel free to contact me for more information about classes and individual lessons..
I have found inspiration working with this material of the earth, throwing and altering shapes. Forms continuously change, progress, and grow from previous ones. Continually bringing new shapes and challenges. I find beauty in line and form, and enjoy exploring new shapes, providing me with more challenges each day.
All work is fired to 2400 degrees F and is oven, dishwasher, and microwave safe, except Raku pieces, which are not water tight and not intended for decorative purposes only.
To contact the pottery send me a message to sherry, check out and "like" my Facebook page: Sherry Wells Pottery. Phone the pottery at 406/756-0766 and arrange a time to come out and see where the pots are made and what is new at the pottery.