Monthly Archives: December 2019

Holiday Open House this Saturday and Sunday (Dec. 14 & 15)

My kiln is resting, all ornaments are strung and beaded, a couple fairs are under my belt, and my garage is cleared, sawdust vacuumed, and set up for an Open House this weekend…. It’s been another year of being consumed by an addictive clay hobby. In addition, it’s obvious by the amount of clay pieces stashed (hoarded) everywhere in the studio that its time to let go. So out of the studio and into the garage, with many pieces looking for new homes and owners who appreciate hand made and local!


What’s available? Ornaments, mugs, tapas plates, blue and white lace imprinted serving pieces, salsa bowls, olive plates, and many one of a kind pieces.   Can’t make it? Get in touch and come another time! I’m here until I need another “grandchild fix” over the winter! Perhaps I’ll see you soon, and if not, Happy Holidays!

(10 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. both days)


P.S. People on the other side of the bridge can see Fat Robin Pottery and over 60 other potters’ great items at South County Art Association’s 49th Annual Pottery and Art Sale in Kingston until December 21—it’s worth a drive from anywhere!


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