STONE BARN ARTS
Ceramics Studio. Art Gallery. Artists Retreat.

 

Stone Barn Arts is located in Northern Wisconsin on the Fortuna Family Century Farm in Rusk County.  It features a beautifully restored stone barn, a renovated farm house and 80 acres of prairie, woods and wetlands. Delores Fortuna is the third generation on her family's Centennial farm. In 1919, her grandfather, a Polish immigrant, traveled from a collapsed mine in Pennsylvania to northern Wisconsin and purchased the farm. Along with establishing Stone Barn Arts, Delores is also turning the land into a conservancy—bringing back birds, marshland and hardwood trees to the area. Listen to an interview with Delores and learn some of the farm's history here.

Ceramics Studio
Coming Spring 2022.

Fortuna Pottery will be relocating to the Farm in Spring of 2022. The studio will be located in Stone Barn Arts lower cow barn. The Glaze Lab will be located in the milk house and the Kiln Room will be located in the heifer barn.

Art Gallery

Coming Summer 2023.

The Gallery will feature several established artists from across the country. It will be located in Stone Barn Arts lower cow barn next to the Ceramics Studio. There are also plans for an outdoor sculpture garden and installation spaces.

Artist Retreat

Coming Summer 2023.
Release yourself from your routines and rejuvenate at Stone Barn Arts. We offer three private studio spaces, open common work areas in the upper hay loft as well as sleep accommodations in the farm house. Take in the spectacular view from the loft or meander through the awe inspiring property. Let nature and serenity be your muse as you reflect, explore, enhance and discover a renewed version of yourself and your art.

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