Welcome to the Peters Valley Online Gallery.

About us
The Gallery is part of Peters Valley School of Craft, located at 19 Kuhn Road in Layton, NJ. Nestled in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Peters Valley is a not-for-profit education center that offers intensive adult workshops in blacksmithing, ceramics, fiber arts, fine metals/jewelry, photography, woodworking and special topics from May through September. The Peters Valley Gallery offers contemporary American crafts handmade by distinguished artists from the region and across the country in two galleries. Find a beautiful selection of pottery, jewelry, glass, wood, wearable fiber arts, photography, toys, books and more in our retail gallery.

The exhibition gallery, named after our Founding Director Sally D. Francisco Gallery, is located on the 2nd floor and hosts rotating, curated exhibits of fine craft. There is no charge for admission. Visit current and past exhibitions here.

Proceeds from purchases at the Peters Valley Gallery support the school's educational programs and the artists represented in the gallery.
Exhibitions

Sweet Tea

Now on view in the Sally D. Francisco Gallery through October 19th.
If you missed...

2014 Peters Valley Faculty and Studio Assistant Exhibition

Purchase the exhibition catalog for the here. View the installation here.

Considering the Kylix: Contemporary Interpretations of a Classical Form

Purchase the catalog for Considering the Kylix here. View the exhibition here. To inquire about purchasing work from this exhibition please email us. This exhibition is on view at Marywood University September 6 - October 5, 2014.
Partnership

We've partnered with Schiffer Publishing

600+ titles devoted to craft!
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PV Kiln Fund

Help keep the fire burning in the Noborigama Kiln!

Our Noborigama Kiln has been damaged after the structure that shelters it collapsed due to the weight of this winter's extreme snow. We are in critical need of funds to help rebuild the collapsed structure and repair the kiln damage. With your donation of $75, receive this special t-shirt. To donate an amount of your choosing, click here.