POTTERS COVE is a CLAY, GLASS FUSION and ENAMELING working arts studio. A cultural asset located in the western side of Palm Beach county offering an arts resource for any creative spirit who wishes to make real art. Launched spring, 2021, we are a brand new art studio with activities, work-shops and parties; our goal is to have a fun and healthy art studio complete with professional grade equipment. An above par, clean facility, we boast an array of exciting projects with friendly, experienced art teachers on hand.Weekday mornings are devoted to adult programs offering a calm  

environment for easy learning. Afternoons are a mix of young and older artists who will be able to focus on many different disciplines. Open studio is available to our registered members. You will find that Potters Cove is a friendly place where creative dreams are fulfilled: Real Art, Real Craft, Real Fun! Classes are geared for beginners and intermediate artists. Pros are welcomed too as we have a great open studio. There is something here for everyone!

Visit the Studio

Potters Cove is a Decorative Arts studio specializing in Pottery, Glass Fusion, Enameling and a host of other creative crafts and fine art disciplines. You can find us at the north end of the Mission Lakes Plaza in Lake Worth. We are on the east side of Route 441 just north of Lantana Blvd. We offer classes, workshops and super fun events for students of all ages and levels! Come check us out, or better still, take a class and feed your body and brain!.

Pottery Studio with 6 Pottery Wheels

We have 6 pottery wheels where you can practice your wheel throwing skills with us. Whether you have never used a pottery wheel before or are a pro on the pottery wheel, we want to work with you! Come stop by and use one of our wheels to create your next masterpiece!

Enamel Arts Studio

Create beautiful jewelry and other masterpieces in one of our Enamel Arts Classes. We will guide you through the creation process every step of the way!

Glass Studio for Glass Fusion Art

Our glass fusion instructor will teach you the ropes for creating beautiful masterpieces using glass fusion techniques. Even if you have never created anything using glass before, we will make sure your creation looks as if you have been fusing glass for a long time! Come take a glass fusion course at Potters Cove!

H-Logo Philosophy

Our goal is to provide a real arts resource for those who yearn to not just touch art but connect with it. The key to a valuable arts experience is within its work space. Offering knowledgeable instructors and equipment in a healthy environment is factor-one behind creating Potters Cove. We aspire to offer an arts facility and programs that even our creative team benefits from and want to be apart of. CLASSES are geared for beginners and intermediate artists. Pros are welcomed too as we have a great OPEN STUDIO. There is something here for everyone!

Call: (561) 557-5565 Or Enroll Online

Our Instructors

Gayle Newman

Clay, Kilned Glass and Enamel Arts



Shelly Rowse

Glass Instructor and KidKraft™

Dyanna Lopez

Cookie Decorating and Baking

Get to Know the Team…
Gayle Newman working with a student on a potter's wheel

Gayle Newman, Owner – Clay, Kilned Glass and Enamel Arts
I have been closely associated with Graphic Arts, Fine Arts and Crafting for virtually my entire life. I graduated with a BFA at the University of Miami then continued my studies at the University of Texas, in the School of Education, eventually ending up at CW Post, again, in the school of Education. I worked full time as a graphic designer with a few companies while continuing to practice my skills in pottery and painting.

It was when I arrived in Florida in 2016 that I expanded my creative passion to include Glass Fusion and Enameling. I am continuously broadening my scope of understanding and developing new techniques and skills which I enjoy sharing with the students at Potters Cove.

Shelly Rowse Portrait

Shelly Rowse – Glass Instructor and KidKraft™
A self taught glass artist from Cleveland, OH. Shelly has been experimenting with glass in a number of ways since 2008. Some of the techniques include fusing and slumping in the kiln. She loves to explore garden techniques.

Shelly has been an instructor for over twenty-five years and loves sharing her wealth of knowledge with both youngsters and adults.