My annual Holiday and Seconds Sale is here! Fellow New Englanders can snag a second (or several!) for yourselves and firsts to gift friends and family. You will be treated to local cheeses, an energetic doxie, and a crazy selection of discounted discontinueds, prototypes, aesthetic seconds, and of course, awesome firsts. Plus, you can check out my hubby’s new wood shop!
Sat, Nov 4th 10 – 5 &
Sun, Nov 5th 11* – 4
*Don’t forget to “fall back” an hour!
Cash preferred, checks and credit cards accepted.
Baldwinville is in Templeton, just west of Gardner and about 3 miles from Exit 21 off Route 2 near Route 68. We do recommend using GoogleMaps or GPS for the best directions from your particular location.
We’re centrally located about an hour or less each from Framingham, Worcester, Northampton, and Shelburne Falls, MA as well as, Keene, NH and Brattleboro, VT.
We live on a busy road, and there is no parking in front of our house. Parking is best in our driveway or on the opposite side of the street. Please be considerate of our neighbors.
My studio is in the basement, so entering the sale requires using stairs either outside or inside.
Hope to see you!
Thank you for supporting creativity and community
by buying and giving handmade.
I’m delighted to be back participating in the third annual Flower City Pottery Invitational happening this Friday eve – Sunday, October 13th – 15th at the Flower City Arts Center in Rochester, NY. The show and sale, curated by fellow potters Matt, Metz and Richard Aerni, features twenty-one potters from all over the country who will be in person with their tables full of pots. The two and half days also includes artist talks and demos which are listed on the schedule page. It’s going to be a spectacular event! Hope to see you!
Participating potters pictured from top left: Andrea Gill, Lorna Meaden, Steven Godfrey, Shoko Teruyama, Brian Jones*, Matt Repsher, Becky Lloyd, Mary Barringer, Matthew Metz, Carolyn Dilcher-Stutz, Peter Pincus, Julie Crosby, Kristen Kieffer, Mark Shapiro, Mark Pharis, Dan Finnegan, Jenny Mendes, Adero Willard, Doug Peltzman, Matt Kelleher, & Richard Aerni. [*Brian Jones will be participating instead of Sanam Emami, pictured.]
PS: If you can’t attend but want to shop the show, you can do so VIRTUALLY! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up your virtual shopping appointment and receive images of available work live from the event!
I’m delighted to be on of 10 studio potters participating in this new 3 day event of sales, demos, and lectures! Important details below with the full schedule of demos to be announced, so please share and follow the event on Instagram and Facebook, as well as RSVP. All of us potters (listed below) will be there all three days with loads of pots on hand to peruse and purchase. Hope to see you!
Lois Aronow, NYC
Ryan Greenheck, PA
Brian Giniewski, PA
Hiroe Hanazono, PA
Bryan Hopkins, NY
Lynn Goodman, NYC
Kristen Kieffer, MA
Adero Willard, MA
Dustin Yager, NYC
Matthew Yanchuk, NYC
& Roberto Lugo on Friday night
Fri, Sept 8th, 5 – 9 PM
Sat, Sept 9th, 10 – 6
Sun, Sept 10th, 11 – 5
Old American Can Factory
232 3rd St, Brooklyn (Gowanus), Corner of 3rd & 3rd
Home to over 150 artists and small creative businesses since the late 70s.
Fri, April 28th 3 – 9
Sat, April 29th 10 – 6
Sun, April 30th 11 – 5
Most every bit of info you could need is provided in the image above: who, where, and contact details. You can also follow The Philadelphia Potters on Facebook here and Instagram here. Hope to see you!
If you live in or are headed to Portland, OR for the annual NCECA conference next week, I wanted to let you know where you can find my work throughout the city. Just my pots will be there this year, but I do plan to attend next year in Pittsburgh.
I’ll have work at four different exhibition venues this year, none of which require a conference pass. At the Oregon Convention Center (the main conference site), I’ll have almost 40 pots available at the EXPO with 18 Hands Gallery, which opens Tues eve, March 21st and is open daily through Fri afternoon, March 24th. Again, visiting this section of the conference does not require a pass and is free and open to the public.
Already open in store as well as online (link below) and just a 7 minute walk south of the convention center is Progression: 25 years of Functional Form at Butters Gallery celebrating “the lineage of potters Brad Schwieger has influenced in his 25 years at Ohio University.” This exhibition is open through March 25th.
And lastly, I’ll have a place setting for Santa Fe Clay’s annual invitational La Mesa exhibition at Exchange Ballroom, also open March 22 -25 and is a 7 min walk north from the convention center.
I don’t often have work on the west coast, so this is a great chance to see pots in person and of course, purchase! Enjoy!