Selling display
Pottery hand-crafted in the foothills of the Appalachians
|: Beth Weingroff :|

While I’d worked with clay as a teenager, there was a many-year gap before I returned to it; we built my studio shortly after moving to Athens, Ohio in 2012. My careers in classical music and instructional/UX design were user focused and I strive to bring that awareness to my work as a potter.

I sell my pottery at the Athens Farmer's Market / Art Market most Saturday mornings from 9am - noon. You can also purchase my work in Athens at Hyacinth Bean Florist, Shrivers Pharmacy & Wellness Center, Southeast Ohio History Center gift shop, Dairy Barn Arts Center, Bella Vino and Lamborns.

I currently serve as the board president of the Athens Art Guild. Sledding Hill Pottery mugs, along with artwork from other guild artists, are showcased at Casa Nueva throughout January, 2019.

Al fresco dining

Al fresco dining at Sledding Hill Pottery. This work was on display at the Athens Dairy Barn Arts Center in 2018.

Al fresco dining

My pottery is comfortable, colorful, functional and a bit whimsical.

Blue mug

Custom-designed mug made for a new local business.

Green hocking hills mug

Hocking Hills is a favorite region in which to hike.

Orange pitcher

Imagine orange juice flowing from this pitcher.

Green teapot

As a kid, I sang "I'm a little teapot" until it became a family memory.

Cookie Jar

From my pottery booth at the Athens Art Guild's 2018 Holiday Shoppe.

Colorful pottery

The trees are bare but I'm getting ready for spring.

Pitcher and sugar bowl

Covered sugar bowl and pitcher, bright and cheerful.

Ceramic growler

Room for 12 ounces of non-carbonated liquids.


One in a series of wine goblets.

Stoneware nested plates.

Stoneware nested plates. Food tastes better in hand-crafted pottery.