Saturday, December 14, noon - 5pm
Sunday, December 15, noon - 4pm
For six years I've held this event in my living room and dining room. For the first time ever, I am having it in my basement studio. If you read this blog, you'll know I renovated the studio earlier this year, and now I want to show it off! When you get to my house, walk to the end of the driveway behind the house, and come down the stairs to the basement entrance.
Compared to an art festival, I will have room to display far more pots. I've been working hard to take advantage of this. Here's a preview of some of the work you'll find, including some brand new designs:
Large Square Platter with Heron. 14 inches across. $205
Servings Bowls with Fish. 12 inches across ($170), and 10 inches across ($135)
I will have a few Elephant Jars, including this one, which is 8 inches tall. $95
I started making these Textured Jars with Wire Handles about a year ago. Since then they have become one of my most sought after designs. To 5.5 inches tall. $65 each
Introducing ... Dinner Bowl and Breakfast Bowl. Nothing fussy here, just perfect functional bowls. Dinner Bowl is 8.5 inches across ($38 each), and the Breakfast Bowl is 6 inches across ($24 each).
Who wants pie? 9 inch Extra Deep Pie Dish ($48), and introducing the new 6 inch Individual Pie Dish ($28).
Teapots with Reed Handles. 8 inches tall ($90) and 10 inches tall ($105)
Some of the pots from the 2013 wood-firing. I think I'm ready to part with them now. The pitcher is 11.5 inches tall. I haven't figured out the prices for these yet.
And of course there will be many mugs, tumblers, chopstick bowls, dinner plates, pitchers, elephants, and on and on ....
I hope you can make it! I know the weather will be crummy on Saturday, but the basement will be nice and warm, and there will be snacks! And once again, I will be packing everyone's purchases into free reusable grocery bags.