Urban Acres Holiday Market, 2013 Version

I’ve been welcomed to set up some pottery for sale yet again at the always awesome Urban Acres Holiday Market near the Bishop Arts District. Along with my myriad porcelain pots, Amy Riley will be presenting her lovely linocut prints and Amberly Hejny will have perfectly festive kitsch goodies in felt and the like, probably along with some other local artists and businesses. The event runs from 11 AM until 3 PM this Saturday, 12/14/2013, and is located on the patio so dress warmly to peruse the wares and possibly pick up some locally grown, organic, and/or grass-fed food items.

Address and business hours:  1605 N. Beckley Avenue, Dallas TX 75203, full Saturday hours from 8 AM to 6 PM

For more details on our smashing venue: Urban Acres website

Or check out their blog for the latest: Urban Acres blog

You can even see some teaser photos from last year’s event: 2012 Urban Acres Holiday Market

Also: Amy Riley’s Etsy shop

Hope to see y’all there! 🙂

I do have a ton of pots listed on Etsy if you can’t make it, to see them you can click the link under my Where to Buy tab. Which will of course be temporarily unavailable but only for the duration of the sale.

Spring Show & Sale at The Craft Guild of Dallas

I am proud to announce my continued involvement in the Spring Show and Sale and the Craft Guild of Dallas in Addison, TX next weekend, May 3rd through 5th. Which is to say, I will have a whole slew of pots for sale fresh from the salt kiln being fired tomorrow! All works available are handmade by members and instructors of the Guild and should include functional pottery, sculpture, jewelry, painting, textiles, books, paper art, etc. The reception and silent auction this Friday night runs from 6-9 pm with complimentary food and beverages. Additional regular hours proceed on Saturday from 10 am – 6 pm and Sunday from 11 am – 5 pm. Parking is free and the venue is located near the intersection of Monfort and Beltline, with the nearest parking adjacent to the Guild off of Montfort.

For more details, go to their website: The Craft Guild of Dallas

I hope to see you there! Watch the blog for fresh pottery teaser photos when we open the kiln on Thursday.