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Agno3 Lab, 2024


Whitney Gill's life journey reflects intricate pathways of creativity and artistic influence. Her focus lies in functional ceramics, shaping white clay into simple forms adorned with bold brushstrokes, stencils, and sgraffito. Whitney's pieces exhibit intuitive movement, gentle repetition, and vibrant colors. She creates small series that she sells at various local venues, including craft shows, markets, galleries, and open studio events at her home in Bowdoin, Maine. Whitney is deeply involved in the craft community and currently serves as the Executive Director of partner organizations Maine Crafts Association and Shop Maine Craft


Whitney's inspiration stems from the artists' way of life and magic found in rural places. Her muses include rushing streams, underwater reflections, stacked stones, mossy logs, vivid sunsets, rolling hills, and long shadows. Through her work, she explores the deep connection between our bodies and the singular moments in a landscape that is ever changing.






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My dishwasher and microwave safe pots are made with a white stoneware clay. The surface decoration is a combination of glazes and oxides, predominantly black + white with some pops of color. The forms are either made on the potter's wheel, hand built, or a combination of the two. These designs are my own original creations and each pot is made one at a time by hand, brush, and tool in my home studio in Bowdoin, Maine.     


A collection of my work can be found at: 


263 Water St, Gardiner, ME 04345

You are welcome to reach out to me via my contact form (below), visit me at one of my events, or follow me on Instagram to see what is new. Our annual open studio (Maine Pottery Tour) is the best time to visit my studio and see new work, I do also schedule studio visits by appointment.


I will not be accepting custom orders in 2024



I am not offering wholesale at this time, but I do occasionally take on new consignors. Please contact me at the form below if you are interested in carrying my work!  




I accept cash or credit via Venmo, Square or Paypal. In-state purchases will be charged 5.5% Maine sales tax. 


Most orders will be shipped USPS but we may opt for FedEx or UPS as needed. A small handling fee ensures your order is packed with adequate materials to arrive at your door safely. I will gladly ship internationally by request. Please note that international customers are responsible for all additional fees and custom duties for international shipments. 



All sales are final, but please contact me if your order arrives damaged and I will do my best to rectify the situation! Please contact with any return or exchange questions. For damaged orders, please get in touch within seven business days of receiving your damaged or problem order. I can only replace items if they are defective or damaged, or if you were shipped the wrong item. Refunds are not available for custom projects.

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