1812 5th St., Berkeley, CA, 94710

Trax Collection & new work by Ron Meyers

We have released pots from the TRAX private archival collection: some excellent examples from past shipments to TRAX from Warren MacKenzie & Dan Anderson,  Michael Simon’s (old yet wonderful pieces) from  the Farmington , GA studio we shared in the 70’s.  Not all are perfect after many years, but all are stunners. 

Ron Meyers has also sent recent work now online – check it out.  

Many Potters represented by TRAX, including Sandy Simon, will be at the St. Croix Pottery Tour May 12,13,14 this year, now its 31st. Therefore their work has been taken offline at TRAX for now. 

We apologize for the links not working. You can still find each potter’s work by clicking on the SHOP in the above icon.

Visit the St. Croix Pottery Tour in Minnesota on Mothers Day Weekend. May 12,13,14 this year. You can find all the details online at minnesotapotters.org 

TRAX will reopen in October with a new exhibition of Julia Galloway Oct. 22nd 

TRAX offers a bnb for 3 night minimum stays. It’s not on airbnb so you won’t find it there, but rather on the bottom of this page.

Selected Work

Artbnb is available for short term rentals

Located in the best area of Berkeley 1/2 block from the hopping 4th Street shopping area where you can find restaurants, clothing, books, kitchen goods & food to go.

Former $125.00 is now changed to $140.00 night in West Berkeley (due to increases in city fees & cleaning which are not included in the $140.) A full cancellation refund within 14 days  of booking excepting a 4%  change fee. We are 1/2 block to shopping and restaurants on 4th Street including an apple store.  TRAX is an easy walk to Bart/Bus/train transportation as well as the Berkeley Marina on the SF Bay. It is 800 sq ft., with a private entrance, full kitchen, king bed in bedroom, bathroom, tv, wifi, living room, all included, professionally covid cleaned. A few digestible amenities included on your first day.

Peter Voulkos

Although Peter Voulkos is known as a ceramist, like most artists, he worked simultaneously in different mediums. To him, whether it was graphic design, painting, ceramics, or metal working, one informed the other, altogether advancing his understanding of his work.

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