Thanks everyone for coming out to the Melbourne Art Festival this weekend. We had a great time and enjoyed meeting so many awesome patrons and fellow artists. One of the highlights for us was our next-door tent neighbor, Bonnie Carter, who is a fabulous watercolor artist. Bonnie doesn’t do your typical “watery” watercolors. She’s not afraid of color and vibrant subject matter. Please check out her paintings at http://bonniejcarter.com/.
I just wanted to say thanks to everyone who came out to see us this weekend at the SFCC Spring Arts Festival. We had a great time and really enjoyed meeting all the new folks as well as seeing some old friends.
The next two weeks will be spent restocking for our next show:
The Melbourne Art Festival 2010
April 24 and 25, 2010
This will be our last show during Spring 2010. So, please come out to see us if you can. As always, you can find out which shows we will be participating in here.
I can’t believe I finally got a treasury slot on ETSY. I was super pleased to be able to feature all pottery in my very first treasury. Please, have a look. 😀
"new" style, art and craft shows, art deco, Black Magic Glaze, cone 10, Em's Persimmon Glaze, Em's Tenmoku Glaze, Gator Nation, Green Leopard Glaze, handmade, mid-century modern, Northern Florida, Nuka Glaze, Ohata Red Kaki Glaze, pottery, Promethean Pottery, shows, Spruce Juice Glaze, stoneware
So, I said I was going to talk about glaze testing first, but I’ll get to that later.