Welcome to

Stephen Lally Pottery

Upcoming Events:



8th Annual Studio Sale

  • December 4

    • Due to Covid, I am moving my annual studio sale from my house to an outdoor market. This is the event where you will see the largest selection of my pots (including Frug's Room with seriously discounted seconds and 'last year's models'). In addition to my work, I've invited a number of friends and fellow artists. Lynn Fernandez will be there with her artisan leatherwork, journals, and steampunk jewelry. Kevin Sherlock will have his wood turned bowls and boxes. Warren Wylupski of Del Ray Metalwork will have his forged and cut metal work. Madeline Ramsey and Renee Rutkowski willhave their fused glass bowls, ornaments, and jewelry. Johnny Hunt will have his sculptures made from upcycled junkmail.  

      • 2002 Mt. Vernon Ave (Mt. Vernon and Bellefonte), Alexandria, VA 22301

      • 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.​

Scope Gallery, Torpedo Factory

  • December 1-30

    • On the first floor of the Torpedo Factory, the Scope Gallery is a cooperative ceramic gallery. I will have a selection of my pots from recent firings. I will be sitting in the gallery on December 23 and 24. 

      • 105 Union Street, Alexandria VA  22314​


  • December 11

    • I will have pots from my December 5th firing (I'm unloading on the 9th so they will be fresh from the kiln).  

    • Saturday: 9:00-2:00

    • 2002 Mt. Vernon Avenue, Alexandria, VA 22301

Del Ray Artisans Holiday Market

  • December 17, 18, and 19

    • This is the go to event for holiday shopping. In addition to my pots, there will be work from a dozen other artists. Indoors (masks required), with limited attendance and all vendors will be vaccinated and masked.

    • 2704 Mt. Vernon Avenue, Alexandria VA 22301

    • Friday, 6-9 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.


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A large selection of my work is at the Artists' Undertaking Coop Gallery  (309 Mill Street, Occoquan Virginia 22125; 703-494-0584;website: https://artistsundertaking.com). I will be at the gallery on alternate Sundays (you can check the schedule on the website to see which Sundays). If you have never visited historic Occoquan, it is a beautiful town with galleries, restaurants, and chocolatiers--including NazBro that shares the building with the gallery).

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My pots and a variety of handmade crafts are at the Ginko Gallery (19 South Main St., Oberlin, OH; ginkogallery.net).