Studio Gallery – Lake Mills, WI
Prefer to shop in person? Need a quick gift? Visit or call our galleries where we carry the full line of current Ephraim designs – plus glaze variations, retired pieces, and Experimental pottery. We would love to help connect you with pieces that perfectly suit your needs and sensibilities. We can ship anywhere across the United States.
130 East Lake Street
Lake Mills, WI 53551
Monday – Saturday 10-5
Closed Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day
Ephraim Pottery Studio Gallery began in 2007 as a small space adjacent to our studio in the old Municipal Building in Lake Mills. In 2013 we expanded this gallery into a new location – still just a stone’s throw away from our studio – facing the town square in downtown Lake Mills.
The Studio Gallery communicates closely with the studio and there is a steady flow of ideas back and forth in the form of suggestions from customers and feedback on new ideas. This gallery carries many unique pieces – product development designs, experimental pottery, second and irregular quality vases and tiles, and glaze variations. In addition, the Studio Gallery offerings include glazing and sculpting workshops.
Come to visit us in Lake Mills to see and feel our pottery in person. Lake Mills is about 25 miles east of downtown Madison and about 50 miles west of downtown Milwaukee. It is about a 2.5-hour drive from downtown Chicago and about 4.5 hours from the Twin Cities. Street parking is available.
SECONDS SALE – Join us for our debut Ephraim Elemental Seconds Sale and enjoy the release of two new scenic Lake Mills three-inch tile designs on Saturday, February 1st. The Ephraim Pottery Studio Gallery sits at the center of our town’s Knickerbocker Winter Festival in Lake Mills, Wisconsin–a perfect reason to come together and enjoy light refreshments, heavy discounts, and an Ephraim Elemental giveaway drawing.
Come for the pottery, stay for the festival! This annual event brings a variety of winter fun to festival goers. Ice skate on the square, snowshoe by candlelight at Rock Lake, or stroll among the ice sculptors whose artwork enlivens our historic downtown streetscape.