Summer class schedule is posted!
Closed June 21st for Father’s Day.
Tues. 11-5, Wed. 11-5, Thurs. 11-7, Fri. 11-8, Sat. 11-5 Sun. 11-3
Our gallery featuring over 60 different fine craft artists.
GIVE THE GIFT OF POTTERY FOR YOUR 9th ANNIVERSARY ~
Visit the Gallery
Featuring hand made pottery and sculpture by ceramic artist, Greg Link. Plus the work of local and regional artists, including one of kind, blown glass pieces, paintings, photography, and jewelry. Come visit us at 1507 Hertel Avenue, in the heart of the northern part of Buffalo, NY.
Primarily self taught, my study has been accentuated by various workshops.
Classes / parties
Learn basic pottery techniques including hand building, throwing on the potters’ wheel, trimming and glazing techniques. Classes range from beginner to advanced level students, however no experience is necessary. Small class size will insure students receive individual attention.
Individual artists, interested in exhibiting at the gallery can send slides or photos to:
Greg Link-1507 Hertel Avenue, Buffalo NY 14216.
A bit of History— Celebrating 18 years
Cone Five Pottery started in 1996 with my first working studio on Rhode Island St. It was there I began creating vessels and teaching pottery classes. After five years I opened up my first gallery located on Elmwood Avenue in Allentown. I was able to sell my wares and represent several other artists. Four years later we moved up to the Elmwood Village and then three years later another move to our current home on Hertel Avenue where I hope I will be for many years to come.
Cone Five Pottery has expanded to feature over 60 American crafts people ranging from pottery, blown glass, wood, jewelry and more. It has become a destination for people that are looking for that something a bit different and exciting.
We have expanded our pottery studio now teaching more classes for eager students who would like to get their hands dirty working with clay. We now have over twenty ongoing open studio members along with two instructors, Patty Olender and Rachel Kofahl.
I am very thankful to all those who have supported me and Cone Five Pottery over the years. I hope to continue to evolve in making a living doing something I truly enjoy.