Strollin’ Middleton


As part of the Downtown Middleton Strollin’ Middleton night, the Mustard Museum will have pop-up artist JD Wolfe Pottery from 5-8pm Friday night, September 7, and also from 7-8pm the Jazz Group “Executive Tea Set” will be performing live! As always, come inside to enjoy free samples at our Gift Shop’s Ultimate Tasting Bar of all our mustards, sauces, etc., both savory and sweet. Come enjoy a very special “Night at the Museum” until 8:30pm. Tell everyone you’re coming by clicking “Going” on our Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/430964524392474/


JD Wolfe Pottery

JD Wolfe’s stoneware pottery speaks of quiet connections and modern lifestyles. She’s inspired by the Scandinavian roots of the Wisconsin she grew up in, big Wyoming skies with sagebrush dotted hills where her children were born, and the nesting comfort of those she loves. Her personal voice in clay is formed through the playfulness of the process and her love of minimalist design.
Projects she is currently working on include an ongoing installation piece for Epic in Madison, WI, the area’s largest employer and respected supporter of the arts. She has provided custom service ware for The Field Table, a hot new dining spot on the capitol square in Madison. She also works with international retailers including Pottery Barn, Anthropologie, terrain and J.Crew.
When not in her studio, she works alongside her husband on his line of Howling Wolf BBQ sauces and dry rubs sold in area natural food stores including Whole Foods.

Jennifer produces all of her pieces by hand in her private studio in Mayville, WI at the edge of the Horicon Marsh. She has a fine arts degree from the University of Wisconsin system and professional training in production pottery. You can find her and her work at the Dane County Farmers Market in Madison, WI from April through November.

Her work is also available for purchase at Hatch Art House, 1248 Williamson Street, Madison, WI and The WaxWing, 1800 E North Ave, Milwaukee, WI.

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