Blue Sage Pottery and Art Gallery is owned by artists Kent Harris and Megan Easley. Kent and Megan met making pottery in 2001. After marrying in 2004, the couple opened an art gallery and pottery studio in two historic buildings previously owned by Megan's grandmother. The gallery features a range of hand-made wheel-thrown pottery by the two artists, paintings by Megan and a variety of other hand-made artworks by locally and nationally known artists. Wedding registry, custom orders and commissions are available. Classes and camps are taught in the studio and gallery for both children and adults.
Blue Sage Pottery is housed in two historic buildings on Route 66. Adjacent to the beautiful gallery space is the studio. That is where Kent and Megan make stoneware pottery by hand. When you visit the gallery you can typically see one of the aritsts making pottery, glazing pots or loading a kiln. Click on the Classes tab to find out about taking pottery and painting classes at the studio.
You can link to Megan's and Kent's individual artist websites from the "Links" page to learn more about each artist, view artwork and see exhibition schedules.
"While the rest of Sixth Avenue decides if it wants to be an antique shopping center or a strip of biker bars, Megan Easley and Kent Harris know exactly what they want. They opened Blue Sage Gallery...in the 3300 block of old Route 66....They (Kent and Megan) also offer classes and they've just started a wedding registry for custom dinnerware."
-David Bowser, Mixed Medium, The Amarillo Independent, June 15, 2006