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Tamara Lauder

T. Lauder Pottery & Printmaking

Pottery, Printmaking


7556 County Highway J, St Germain, WI 54558, USA

From Hwy 47 & County Rd. J in Woodruff, go east 5.9 miles; or from Hwy 70 & Cty J in St. Germain, go west 4.7 miles


(715) 358-5687 (landline)

Year-Round Studio Hours

My shop is open mid-May through October most Tue-Sat. I am open all other days & times of the year by chance or appointment.

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I am fortunate enough to live and work in the beautiful Northwoods of Wisconsin as a full-time professional artist. I spend the majority of my time working in pottery and printmaking, but also create artforms using other mediums. My prints and pottery complement one another, as I use similar colors, shapes, and decorative carvings as a vehicle of expression in both media.

You will find my rustic studio filled with high-fired functional stoneware, decorative primitive smoke-fired pottery, a large variety of handmade tiles and tile murals, as well as colorful woodcuts and monotypes. Each year my customers can count on seeing new items, new colors and glazes, and new shapes, as my work is always changing. I am always creating new work and giving old work a new look.

I love the outdoors, and my outdoor activities are the creative catalyst for my work. I enjoy connecting the outdoors within my work, either by integrating actual pieces of nature as part of my work, or creating an image representing nature and the outdoors.

My seven by ten foot (7’ x 10’) three-dimensional tile mural, featuring many scenes from nature, is now complete. While you can catch of glimpse of it below, its large size makes it difficult to photograph; therefore, its true perspective can only be seen and fully appreciated in person. I invite you to stop by my studio and see it for yourself, assuming that some wonderful person has not purchased it before your visit.

"My art is a reflection of my life experiences, and creating is my passion. My hope is that my art brings others as much joy as it gives me to create it."

Throughout the year, I typically sell my work at my own rustic showroom, in area businesses (Arlene’s Pottery & Gallery in Boulder Junction, and Cathy Bosacki’s Chocolates & More in Minocqua), and at local art shows. Please note that my studio display areas are in open air and outdoor arrangements, so weather can be a factor.


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