After two exciting and busy weekends in Vancouver and Victoria, it was nice to come home and set up the studio again. I really enjoyed meeting everyone who stopped by my booth during the two shows. I am back claying and hope to complete another couple of firings before our up-coming open house Dec 5+6.
November 27, 2009
Back At It
November 18, 2009
Just back from a great Circle Craft Show in Vancouver this past weekend, I am already gearing up for my next show. This coming weekend, I will be at the Out-of-Hand Fair in Victoria. Do come by for a visit if you are anywhere near Southern Vancouver Island.
Remember to put your name in the draw for one of my teapots.
See you at the Crystal Gardens November 20 – 22.
The hours are:
November 9, 2009
So we are off to Vancouver for the Circle Craft Christmas Fair. The show starts Wednesday Nov 11 and runs until Sunday Nov 15. After Circle Craft, I will be in Victoria for the Out-of-Hand Christmas Show, Nov 20-22.
My studio and gallery will be closed during these two fairs. I will look forward to seeing you during the shows and at my studio starting again Nov 26. Don’t forget to come by my booth to sign up for the teapot draw.
November 7, 2009
Win a Teapot
I have decided to turn last year’s ‘Win a Teapot’ into an annual affair.
In honour of International Tea Day December 15, I will draw for one of my teapots (similar to the one in the picture). What you need to do to enter is to come and see me at the Circle Craft Christmas Fair in Vancouver, Nov 11-15, 2009, Out-of-Hand in Victoria, Nov 20-22, or at our Open House here at the Artfarm, Dec 5-6.
See the following links for more information -
The draw will take place at my studio December 15 and I will post the winner here on the blog.
November 3, 2009
A Lot of Building Going On
After a very full summer with farming, tea and a lot of studio visits, late summer came and went in a heartbeat. It’s hard to believe but the christmas fair season has arrived. My studio is upside down with last minute projects. I am working around the clock creating, firing and glazing. There just aren’t enough hours and minutes in the day. It seems like late night firings have become the norm.