Hand Crafted in the Finger Lakes since 2005

The Finger Lakes Tiles are hand crafted between Canadice Lake and Honeoye Lake in the studio of Kala Stein. They are one-of-a-kind and are made in small batch editions. The Finger Lakes Tiles speak of rustic resilience and  tastefully commemorate the beautiful region of the Finger Lakes of New York State. This is a perfect gift for anyone who holds reverence for the land, lakes, flora, fauna, and kind folk of the Finger Lakes. PURCHASE

Preview images of the Finger Lakes Tile hereFor special requests for delivery, ordering, or wholesale orders please contact the artist at kalastein@mac.com

The tiles measure 6″ x 8″ and are hand pressed terracotta clay, with multiple layers of colored slips sealed with a clear glaze. The text is applied with a iron based image transfer technique and is fired into the glaze. Washable.

Your purchase of a Finger Lakes Tile includes a foldable wooden easel and an information card that explains how the lakes were formed, the meanings of the names, and the legends about how the lakes were formed and the statistics of the lengths and depths. The shapes, proportions, and orientation of the lakes are geographically accurate and to scale.

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The tiles are also aviabale for sale at top galleries and wineries in the Finger Lakes including Coach Street Clay in Canandaigua, Artizann’s in Naples, Heron Hill Winery in Hammondsort and Canandaigua, Talulah’s Fancy in Honeoye Falls, Memorial Art Gallery in Rochester, Fox Run Vineyards near Geneva, Hunt Country Vineyards in Branchport, Anthony Road Wine Co. on Seneca Lake, Livingston Arts Center in Mount Morris, and Studio Sales Pottery in Avon.
Kala’s additional sustainable art initiatives in the Finger Lakes:

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