Highlighting local products and manufacturing throughout the Region 2000 Partnership
Oxide opened its doors in downtown Lynchburg in the fall of 2009. The storefront is stocked with porcelain and stoneware goods made in the attached studio. There is a selection of wheel-thrown and hand-built functional ceramics as well as other handmade objects. Currently Oxide is represented in galleries and museum shops in 21 states through its wholesale line. The work produced in the studio is fired in the electric kilns on site weekly, offering a continuing supply of new forms and custom orders.
Pictured: Black and white handmade porcelain wares. Every piece is one of a kind as the imagery is carved without the use of templates or stencils.