I’ll be at Vine Bakery and Cafe selling mugs Friday, February 22, 5-9 pm and Saturday, February 23, 10 am – 4 pm. I’ll be offering three mugs styles, pictured below. Prices will be $18 for students, $22 for non-students. For those flying in for the event, Vine is at 627 N Main, Gainesville, Fl. I look forward to seeing you @ Vine 🙂
For the first time in over three years, I’ll be selling my mugs at Vine Sourdough Bakery and cafe, on February 23 and 24.
The mugs will be drawn from several firings in December and January. These will include some Blue/Black and Leach White ones — pictured below — about which I’m particularly pleased.
The sale will run from 5 to 9 pm on Friday the 23rd — in conjunction with Art Walk — and from 10 am to 4 pm on Saturday the 24th.
I will accept credit cards and students will receive a discount on all pots.
Thanks to mosaic artist Lauren Reveri for allowing me to share the Artwalk crowd with her 🙂
Longtime pal and fellow potter Gwen Fitzgerald will be joining me for a holiday clay sale, Saturday, Dec. 9, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. , in my new home, at 10205 Leslie St, Silver Spring, MD.
Gwen and I met at Glen Echo Pottery in the early 2000s, we’ve remained good friends since, and we’re now neighbors in the McKenney Hills neighborhood of Silver Spring.
Gwen still throws at GEP and fires her work in its soda kiln. Like the kilns I fire in, the GEP kiln is fueled by gas, but bicarbonate of soda is introduced into it, which produces remarkably enhanced glaze colors, which make me very jealous 🙂 Much of the work Gwen will be selling — including mugs, bowls and vases — is “soda-fired.”
I’ll be selling mostly work recently fired in the gas kiln at the District Clay Center, with which I’ve been involved, helping with the center’s gallery, since July of this year. I’ll be selling mugs, bowls, pitchers, platters and covered jars.
We will be accepting cash, checks or credit cards.
Some of the work we will be selling is arrayed below.
If you have any questions, please contact me.
I’ll be selling a new batch of mugs at Vine from Friday, April 10th through Friday, April 17th. Most of them came out of a very nice, mid-March kiln firing at St Pete’s Morean Center for Clay.
Last week, some examples of the sale mugs were integrated into the Vine stock sitting atop the refrigerated pastry case.
The sale will include a half-dozen, tall, 16-ounce shino mugs with black splashes, which turned out particularly well.
The mugs will be priced somewhere between $$20 and $28, depending on their complexity and vintage, with more recent mugs generally being more expensive.
I will be either physically at, or within a few minutes from, Vine during the week. Vine is located at 627 N Main St, Gainesville.
Though I prefer cash and personal check, I will have my Square charger at hand.
Like the last sale, the proceeds will go to Vine and one or more charities.