Welcome to Lovelady Creations

Because in the clay, the water, and the fire, I find peace, and want to share it with you.

About The Artist

Hi! I’m Amy Lovelady Strickland of Dahlonega Georgia and I love to play in the mud! Some people might even say that I make mud look good. All I know is that it took me 43 years to find clay, and I have been working on our relationship ever since. When someone asks me how long it took to make a piece of pottery, that’s pretty much what I have to tell them. In September of 2014, we decided to make it a bit more formal here in the studio and open to locals. Lovelady Creations was introduced to the community of Dahlonega.

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Latest Posts & Events

Spring Schedule is here!

Hi everyone!
Sorry, it’s been so long… so much has been going on!

True Story – Chapter 5: The Homecoming

We arrived at exactly 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 14, 2016. Well, actually 3:03 p.m. Jim and I had been texting:

Chapter 4: The Billie Wimpie 5K

In January Todd and I were invited to do a 5k walk dedicated to my friend, William Wimpy’s mom’s 95th birthday. It’s an annual event, and it was hosted by none other than our local fire chief’s family.

Chapter 3: My new friend, George Ohr

In the meantime, I did some research on the Google machine. I googled “pottery in Biloxi” and found a small community where “my people” seemed to be in Biloxi.

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Services Available

Custom orders available. If you see something in my gallery and would like something similar, please get in touch. Most orders can be completed in 3-4 weeks. Pottery workshops are also available for groups of 4-8 and are a great way to have a fun time & socialize.

Location & Contact

Amy's studio is in the historic district of downtown Dahlonega. While she is not open to the public, her pottery is available at Country Cottage in the Fred Jones Building on the North end of the Square, and wine related pieces at Monteluce Vineyard and Estate. Her studio is open by appointment only.