Welcome to Fall and Holiday 2018

Fat Robin inventory is increasing day by day as vintage lace is impressed into clay slabs and formed into bowls, trays, ornaments, mugs, and more! Sgrafitto mugs are appearing and bright sunflowers are poking out of mugs and bowls… the kiln is busy, ornaments are getting beaded and strung, and the last thought at bedtime before I switch my brain off (ha!) is, what’s next!

Unique Boutique Artisan Fair on November 10 and 11 at Easton’s Beach Rotunda is my first event of the season. I will not be at the Hibernian Sale this year as my daughter is getting married and therefore, my mind and body will not be focusing on clay!   South County Art Association 48th Annual Holiday Fair begins the day after Thanksgiving and includes Fat Robin Pottery, and then I continue to Newport Hospital Auxiliary Fair on Dec. 1 and Newport Art Museum Holiday Sale on Dec. 13 to 15….and perhaps if inventory and energy allow there might be an Open House or another fair….will keep you posted!

The crisp fall air beckons and reminds you to get out and enjoy all the fall and holiday festivals, fairs, bazaars, and to support all the artisans behind those vendor tables! If you want to come by and shop Fat Robin Pottery, my garage is my staging area and all my inventory is spread out for you to see. I make a set amount of items, and unfortunately, when they are gone, they are gone….so if a certain mug is calling you, email or call or text to set up a time to come by….and bag it!

Have a great happy and sane and thoughtful fall and holiday season 2018!


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