Meadowsong Studios began as a small, rustic, home pottery-making shack and has slowly grown to include a 9 wheel clay teaching studio, kiln room, rustic pottery showroom and a heated photography and other media studio. This creative playground and our home are located in the beautiful countryside outside of Fall Creek Wisconsin.
All of our family members are involved in the arts, from graphic design and photography, painting and pottery to woodworking, mosaic and brewing. Our feathered and 4-legged family members often join us in the studio to assist. We are always open to to new adventures, in both art and life! We enjoy teaching and sharing our experiences and invite our customers and students to become friends.
Annie is a licensed preK-12 art teacher, photographer, and potter. She has been in love with creating with clay and cameras since she was a child. Her motto is "Why Not?"...which often leads to "interesting" experiences, especially if husband Steve was not clued in soon enough. Steve is the brake (or voice of reason, he likes to say) on the creative locomotive. The effectiveness of this role is hit or miss. Steve is also the make-it-happen man of the operation...invent, build, or repair, he does it all.
Our studio buildings are relaxed and rustic workspaces. Cold weather (and exhaustion from teaching elementary art students) necessitates that our clay cabin is only open May through September. Dress for the weather! Our smaller heated photography studio space is open year-round and is also perfect for small group art events and kids parties.