Functional Pottery and Glass Artinfluenced by the beautiful colors of nature….





​Mary Lou Eshelman

Lincoln Park Studio gets its name from the neighborhood, outside Boston, where the studio is located.  It was developed just after the Civil War and named after President Lincoln, with streets taking their names from important figures in the War.  Shaw St., where the pottery is located, was named after Robert Gould Shaw, who led a Black regiment's failed attempt to capture a fort in South Carolina.   


Lincoln Park Studio specializes in Cone 6 electric firing of stoneware clay and System 96 glass jewelry.  










    ​Lincoln Park Studio


Find my work at Gallery 529 in Littleton, MA every day but Monday, until 9/10 p.m. and at Lexington Arts and Crafts Society during sales and shows.