Golden Girls Pottery welcomes you!

Paint Your Own Pottery!

Shelves of pottery to pick from!

Golden Girls Pottery is a paint your own pottery studio. We are located in downtown McMinnville, Oregon, adjacent to historic Third Street. Come visit us and paint a timeless and original keepsake. We can assist you in new and fun painting techniques, including marbling, bubble painting, tape and paper masking, and silkscreens, or you can use our markers and fun writers to create unique pieces that display all your artistic talents.

Our Hours

  • Monday: 1:00 – 7:00
  • Tuesday: Closed
  • Wednesday: Closed
  • Thursday: Closed
  • Friday: 1:00 – 7:00
  • Saturday: 1:00 – 7:00
  • Sunday: 1:00 – 7:00

Update 12/6/2020: We are closed to in-studio painting through the mandated freeze. As soon as we are allowed, we will open for painting again. Once that happens, we will update the policies to coincide with what is allowed.

In the meantime, you can still come inside to browse for pottery and we will create a to go kit for you to paint at home. You can also purchase your pottery to go kits online (link below) and we can do no contact pick ups and drop offs.

You can shop online for our pottery to go kits! Follow this link to choose your pottery and glazes and we will do curbside pick up and drop offs for no contact painting fun!

210 NE Evans, McMinnville, Oregon 97128

503-687-5225

13 thoughts on “Golden Girls Pottery welcomes you!

  1. Do you offer classes in pottery such as making our own bowls etc.?

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    1. Hello Sharon,

      At this time, we do not have classes for making your own pottery. We plan to offer that in the future, but are currently focusing on paint your own pottery. If you would like to come in, we can get you on our email list for updates on when we will be offering the classes.

      Thank you for your question. Have a good evening!

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  2. How do your prices vary? If I happen to walk in and I have a certain amount of money I would like to spend, does each item tell me before choosing what I paint?

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    1. We have a variety of prices, ranging from $2 (mini magnets) to $80 (biggy dog bank). Our prices are all inclusive, so the price on the wall by the pottery includes everything. It depends on what you paint for prices, but you could come in with $20 and have a good selection to choose from. You are more than welcome to come down and browse our inventory. We are also going to have some new pieces coming in this week! Feel free to follow us on Facebook or Instagram to see the new pieces when they arrive! Thanks for your question!

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  3. What is the biggest I can get for 30 dollars?

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    1. Hi Lael! Do you have something in particular that you’re looking for? We have mugs, plates, kitchenware, housewares, and figurines all for $30 and under. I’d be happy to help you find something to fit your needs!

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  4. susan Meeds-Bashe September 2, 2019 — 9:54 am

    We will be in town again on October 4th. we would like to paint some pottery but will not be able to pick it up later. Do you offer shipping??

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    1. Hi Susan! Yes, we do offer shipping. We usually charge $5/piece for shipping, unless it’s a large piece and then we determine the cost based on size. We look forward to seeing you!

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  5. Susan meeds-bashe February 9, 2020 — 7:58 pm

    Hi, we’ve been to your shop twice while on vacation. We would like to stop again but the days we’re coming back through you are closed. So is your shipping prices the same or is there anyway to pick up our pieces if someone could meet us on the days you’re closed.

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  6. would like to find a ceramic nativity set to paint at home, do you have any?

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    1. Hi Mary! I apologize for the delay in responding. I missed the notification for your comment.

      At this time, we do not have nativity sets. They have been discontinued by our suppliers. I do apologize!

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  7. Can i bring my own ceramic pieces to paint? If yes what would the cost of that be?

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    1. Hi Daniela!

      It is a case by case basis, but we rarely allow outside pottery. We have to know the origin of the pieces in order to know if our glazes are compatible and the correct temperature to fire it at. We have to protect our kiln, as it is our livelihood, but we also want to protect our customer’s artwork and an improper firing could ruin the piece and our kiln. If you purchased it from another pottery studio, it is more likely we could fire it, but if it’s from a retail store, we will not fire them, as we do not know what material has been used to create the piece. You can bring them to the studio and we’d be more than happy to look at the piece and determine if it’s something we could help with or not. Thank you for your question!

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