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Pottery by Brian Dosch

Brian is co-owner of the Brickyard and has been a full-time potter since 1980 when he and Mary established the business. Brian does primarily wheel-thrown pottery that’s made to be used every day in the kitchen. Working mostly in stoneware, he produces a wide range of items. Casseroles, soup tureens, platters, bowls and crocks are just a few of the pieces he makes. He also does sets of custom dinnerware by special order.

Our regular customers are pleased to find that new items are always being added as well as new glazes.

View Brian’s pottery

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Brian’s pots are for sale on our Etsy site

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Pottery by Mary Dosch

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Co-owner with husband Brian, Mary is a potter who builds and fabricates with slabs of clay. She produces functional pieces such as trays, vases and dinnerware. But Mary’s passion is producing clay fish. Whether it’s a functional fish pitcher, a giant fish platter or a fish garden piece, she has stayed with the fish motif for several years, creating deeply textured, colorful creatures.

Click here to see Mary’s stained glass & etched glass.

View Mary’s sample slab pottery

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Check out Mary’s work for sale on Etsy

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Pottery by John Perri

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John Perri is a retired ceramics instructor who taught at UW-Stout in Menomonie, Wisconsin. He received his education in pottery at Alfred University in New York, which has a highly renowned pottery department.   He now maintains a clay studio near Menomonie.


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Kathy’s most popular works at Brickyard are her dragonfly pots.  Formerly a potter in the Shell Lake area, Kathy is now working on her MFA in ceramics in southern Illinois.


Carved Pots by Jedd Peters


Jedd is a full-time production potter with his own studio, Mill Pond Clayworks.  At Brickyard, Jedd’s most popular items are his black carved pots that have an African flair.

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