Brad Sondahl Pottery
Brad Sondahl pottery, by Bill Carsrud
(Photo by Bill Carsrud, 2010)

Since 1975, I've been producing quality handthrown stoneware pottery professionally.
The pottery is leadfree, and produced in my studio/sales outlet  in Spirit Lake, Idaho.

(Click on the photo if you want to see what it looked like in 2001)

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All of my pottery is designed to functional and affordable.

I have written many articles for Ceramics Monthly magazine, Pottery Making Illustrated Magazine, and the Journal of the American Art Pottery Association.  To see the collected articles, follow this link.

So where can I get Sondahl Pottery?

At my home in downtown Spirit Lake, Idaho, all year around.  My shop is within 40 miles of Coeur D'Alene,  Blanchard, Rathdrum, Athol, Newport, Sandpoint, and Spokane.  Also they are available  at  Autumn's Loft at Priest Lake, and Sixth Street Gallery in Wallace Idaho.

Want to see some pots for sale?

Visit my sales website by following this link...

Other biographical data: Early Years: Brookings, South Dakota. High School-- Ames, Iowa 1971 (National Merit Scholar). College: St. Olaf Paracollege 1975 (premarried name Brad Hvistendahl) . Two years apprenticeship with Chris Holmquist and Steve Guntner. Married to  C. Althea Sondahl (sons Forrest and Birrion, daughter Rose died 1995). Had studios in Dennison, Minnesota (with Kirby Kallas-Lewis): Chelan, Washington; and Nezperce, Idaho, as well as Spirit Lake, Idaho since 1982. Hosted folk radio programs on WCAL-FM, Northfield MN 1974-8.