Audrey Stamps - Potter
Audrey was born and raised in Georgia by an extremely creative family where her love and appreciation for the arts began.
After she flew the nest, she attended Georgia Southern University gaining her BFA in Graphic Design and where she ultimately discovered her love for pottery.
After graduating college, she began getting back into pottery with her mother, Suzanne Kleese-Stamps. They constructed a collaborative studio together called Indigo Pottery Studio. Audrey soon after began to develop a distinct style of pottery that led her to open her own studio, Audball Pottery.
Audrey also works part time as a guest potter at Mark of the Potter in Clarksville, where she demonstrates how to throw on the wheel for visitors coming by the shop.
During the studio tour
Payment Types Accepted
Check, Credit Card & Cash.
Audrey does not teach classes
before and After the tour
You can purchase Audrey's pottery on her website or her instagram
From the Thomas Crossroads intersection, take Hwy 154 south to Lower Fayetteville Road. Turn left onto Lower Fayetteville Road and turn on to the first road on the right, Bob Smith Road. Travel approx. 1.5 miles to Annes Lane on the right. It is a gravel road. Turn right onto Annes Lane, travel past the horse pasture on the left, and our house/studio is just beyond the horse pasture - park in front of the house, and walk around the back to the entrance of the studio.
100 Annes Lane
Sharpsburg, GA 30277
(studio is in the rear of the house on the basement level)