All the throwing, all the glazing, all the achy body parts that go with it. It’s such a build up to this event, our 11th annual Asparagus Valley Pottery Trail… and it’s all worth it!
Each year more and more people go on the Trail, taking the time to visit each of the nine studios, the host potters and their guest potters. Experience all the goodies we have in store. It’s not only about buying great pots, it’s also a celebration of food, friendships, music, and demonstrations! So if you haven’t been on this great tour through the beautiful valley of Western Massachusetts, now is your time! Check out our website here, and please don’t forget to support our sponsors for great food, and a place to stay!
Here is what is in store at my studio this time around!
Celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Asparagus Valley Pottery Trail with us this weekend!
April 26th and 27th, 10-5 both days!
Take the self guided driving tour through the valley in western MA… see the studios and the work of nine potters and eleven guest potters.
Get all the details on our website, www.apotterytrail.com
Follow us on our facebook page
It doesn’t get any more local than this… strawberries from Nourse Farm in Whately, Bread from El Jardin Bakery in Deerfield, syrup from Sunrise farm in Colrain, honey in my tea from Warm Colors Apiary in Deerfield, eggs from my chickens, and pottery made by me. A good way to start my work week.
Looking forward to picking many pounds of strawberries this week at Nourse Farms. We will be making lots of jam, and freezing bunches for shakes and strawberry sauce all year long!
Pictured below, berry basket and mug, available at my etsy foodieceramics shop. Plate is special order.
Waiting for two more kilns to finish firing for the Holiday Sale this weekend. Here are few goodies so far!
The studio is a mess… waiting for the last pots thrown to dry so I can get them in the bisque on time for the last firing before the sale.
… and glazing… glazing, endless glazing.
Just two weeks away! I have been so busy making new goodies for the sale! Of course I’ll be sharing some previews of the work here in the next couple of weeks.
Here is the postcard!
December 2, 3, 4, 2011
Friday 4 – 8
Saturday & Sunday 10 – 4
New Work – Seconds