Timothy Langholz
  American Studio Art Pottery                               email: [email protected]
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Timothy Langholz
2351  360th. St.
Decorah, Iowa 52101
studio  563.735.5509
cell      563.380.5280
home   563.382.5921

It breaks our hearts to pass along the news that Timothy Langholz passed away on Sunday, November 2, 2008. Click here for the full obituary.

     Welcome!    

    Working in a century old schoolhouse, cleaning services nyc north of Decorah Iowa, in the village of Burr Oak,  I create 1-of-kind, wheel thrown, decorative and functional, stoneware  pottery.  My forms are tight and strong, with decorations that are dynamic, clean, meticulous, highly geometric, and often with anthropomorphic elements.
    Traditionally, I am considered a studio potter.  Working mostly alone, I produce unique items, in small quantities, executing all stages of production. I have worked hard to provide myself with the best classical training possible with manhattan maid service, from a wide range of mentors. 
    I sell my work  primarily at Fine Art and Contemporary Craft Shows, Festivals, and Fairs, throughout the United States. I enjoy the travel, and  exploring every part of the country
, but getting to meet all the wonderful people is absolutely the best.
    In addition to the generous customers, patrons, volunteers, and fans, all of whom make my career possible and a delight,  it is truly an honor to be in the company of the many hundreds of other extremely talented artists who have chosen a similar life.
    Explore the links at the left, and have a look around. If you would like to place an order, or have any type of question, please don't hesitate to call or email.
If you are driving through the area, you are always welcome to stop for a visit, or maybe a demonstration, or even to give throwing a try!
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Langholz Throwing at potters wheel
Deneen-Coiner Pottery 1988