Hollow Work is a ceramics studio in the Northeast quadrant of the District of Columbia.









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Kate Hardy is a ceramicist living and working in the H Street corridor of Northeast DC.  In addition to being a professor at The Corcoran School of Art and Design at George Washington University, she owns and operates Hollow Work Ceramics, a pottery business specializing in unique table and drink ware.  Hollow Work forms have clean lines and are made with expert technique and a handmade aesthetic.  They are whimsical yet refined. 

Kate’s work is used at many local restaurants and cafes, including Maketto, DC Spoken English , Masseria, A Rakes Progress, Souk and Minibar.  Hollow Work is sold at galleries, stores, and museum gift shops across the US. 


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Contact me about anything you see here.  If it's not in stock, I can make more.  If you have an idea for something specific you want or need for your restaurant or home, let me know.  I am open to collaboration.  Wholesale is available.