I’ve been really enjoying some plate making this year, and have not had opportunity to make as many as I’d like. These “bamboo sprig” plates are headed for my show at the Dan Finch Open House. Beautiful subtle shino and ash texture on these. Come and see them! (and get them for a song before they go to galleries!) http://www.danfinch.com/openhseA.htm
This vase is an amazing textural beauty, from a recent anagama firing. Come and enjoy it during the Dan Finch Open House – you’ll find Ancient Earth Pottery – along with a great many other fantastic potters, awaiting you there. http://www.danfinch.com
It’s sort of a zen question, given the fierce and ugly nature of the fish, isn’t it? You’ll find this great platter free of argument at the upcoming show at Dan Finch’s Open House – not to mention lots more: Sunday, November 10 from 10 to 5. More info and directions at http://www.danfinch.com
The “One Really Big Show” I do is the Dan Finch Open House, as one of the Studio Potters honored to be associated with that fantastic studio and its master potter. Sunday was glorious, sunny, even unto hot in the greenhouse where Stewart Campbell of Ravenwood Pottery and I shared a fifty foot booth! As you can see from the photo, it was a busy day – thanks to all those who came, examined and engaged this work, and supported it with their enthusiastic purchases! Missed the show? Worry not! InkStone Gallery in Winterville has a good number of Ancient Earth Pottery items.
Coming soon: East Carolina’s largest annual pottery show and sale. Sunday, November 11 @ the Dan Finch Studio. You’ll find a day worth enjoying with family and friends, over 60 potters (including Ancient Earth Pottery), an astonishing array of excellent contemporary craft in pieces both functional and sculptural — and if that’s not enough, you can take a tour, raku a pot we’ll provide (for a small fee) and take home your own work that very day! Come and visit us! For more information, please go to Dan Finch’s website: http://www.danfinch.com.
(But if you just need quick directions. Head to the Bailey/Spring Hope exit on 264 just outside of Wilson. Drive North off the exit (towards Spring Hope) – you’ll find the studio in about two miles. Look for the signs. (more detailed directions on the Dan Finch website: http://www.danfinch.com)