Monthly Archives: November 2017

Holiday Open House this Sunday, Dec. 3

It’s my annual holiday open house this Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.,  through the gate and in my garage at 26 Simmons St. in Newport….on Saturday, I will be at the Newport Hospital Auxiliary Craft Show at the Knights of Columbus Hall on Valley Rd. in Middletown;  I then empty all the boxes and display everything I make–from vintage lace impressed pottery to raku to pit fire to  sgrafitto on mugs, bowls, ornaments, plates, and more–a years worth of playing in clay and you can see it all!  My last selling event is the Newport Art Museum Faculty and Student show and I’m still working on surprises for that fair.  As usual, park creatively on Simmons St. or park elsewhere and take a walk and see all the sights along lower Thames St.

Can’t make it?  Email or call to set up an appointment on another day….I’ll have the tea water ready!

If I don’t see you, have a safe and sane holiday season! and thank you for keeping an eye on Fat Robin Pottery!  Maggie


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After many months of work, it’s Showtime!

After months of learning, thinking, practicing, tweaking, exploring, traveling, wondering, and creating, it’s ready or not, the holiday fair season is upon us, starting with the Unique Boutique at Easton’s Beach in Newport.    Along with my new “a day at the beach” ornaments (scallop, starfish, quahog), there are more lace inspired table serving pieces, great for any holiday table. Looking forward to pleasing current Fat Robin fans and to delighting new pottery users! This pottery is made to be used and to become your new favorite! Looking ahead, I will have a table at the Pop Up Sale at the Hibernian Hall, Wellington Ave, Newport on Saturday, Nov. 18 and at the Newport Hospital Auxiliary Fair on Saturday, Dec. 2 at the Knights of Columbus Hall on Valley Rd. in Middletown…..Sunday, Dec. 3 all are invited to the Fat Robin Pottery Holiday Open House…’s that time of year! Happy Holidays!

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