Deb Babcock

1475 Pine Grove Center - Ste 104

Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

970-846-9349 -


Born: Saginaw, Michigan

Education: BBA Summa Cum Laude Saginaw Valley State University 1983

Ongoing Clay Education:

Archie Bray Institute – Julia Galloway 2011

Anderson Ranch-Chris Gustin/Lorna Meaden 2010

Weekend Workshop – Diana Fayt 2010

Weekend Workshop – Steven Hill 2010

Weekend Workshop – Kim Dickey 2008

Anderson Ranch/Sandi Pierantozzi 2007

Anderson Ranch/Sarah Jaeger/Bonnie Seeman 2005

Anderson Ranch/Sylvie Granatelli 2004

Laloba Clay Ranch/Clary Illian 2004

Anderson Ranch/Julia Galloway 2003

Laloba Clay Ranch/Meira Mathison 2003

Art Classes Colorado Mtn College 2002- ongoing


2002 - present owner & studio potter, Blue Sky Pottery

1983-2000 CEO, PTM Research, Ann Arbor, MI

Commissions & Shows:

2011 All Fired Up – 2-woman show – Depot Arts Center, Steamboat

2011 Dining In: An Artful Experience – 18 Hands Gallery – Houston, TX

2011 Vizsla Club of America Dog Show Trophies

2010 Summer Craft Show, LBIF Gallery, Loveladies, New Jersey

2010 Janice Charach Gallery, West Bloomfield, MI

2009 Artists of Colorado Exhibition, Denver, CO

2009 20th Annual Teapot Show, Chiaroscuro Galleries, Chicago

2008 International Teapot Show, Steamboat Springs, CO

2008 Local Colors – Steamboat Art Museum, Colorado

2008 International Teapot Show, Mission Viego, CA

2008,07,06,05 Artist Member Show – Stmb Springs Arts Council

2007, 06 Mad Hatter’s Tea Party, West Palm Beach FL

2007 Over the Rainbow – East End Arts Gallery, Aurora, CO

2007 Here’s to Mud in Yer Eye Cup Show, Steamboat

Represented by:

Villager Shop, Auburn, Alabama

The Artists’ Den, Valparaiso, Indiana

Island Artworks, Ocarcoke, NC


AARP Magazine, November 2010 issue


In addition to being a studio potter, I am also a Colorado Master Gardener through the CSU Extension Routt County and have been writing a weekly column for the Steamboat Today Newspaper since 2000.

Working mostly in porcelain and white stoneware, I specialize in one-of-a-kind pottery fired to cone 5/6 (2170F) in an electric kiln. My pieces are very colorful, creative and whimsical as well as being useful. I am a founding member of the Steamboat Clay Artisans.

Please visit my etsy shop on the Web where the latest creations are posted for sale as soon as they come out of the kiln. I ship anywhere in the world and am happy to consider customized commissions.