The West Side Artists Annual Studio Tour showcases the artwork of 30+ artists at 8 welcoming stops in the West Seattle Area. This self-guided tour is free and open to the public. Each stop is at a working artists studio and will have three or more people showing in many media – From Ceramics to weaving, encaustic painting to forged jewelry, and from colored pencil to tin collage – We have it all! Explore these neighborhood, hidden gems, and make a day of discovering local talent.
Event Description: Come see Robin Leventhal’s latest ceramic work of salt cellars, air plant holders, mezze inspired service pieces and a new variation on the oyster plate.
Enjoy delicious craft vodka cocktails, Mother’s Day macarons and the best part: a portion of the sales will go to Mary’s Place for all the amazing work they do for families in need. https://www.marysplaceseattle.org/
I hope to see you in Seattle May 11th from 1-4 pm, just in time for Mother’s Day~
Website with more info: http://craveclay.com/events/
Event Description: Gale Lurie, along with 5 other artists will be showing their work at her studio, Dockton Pottery. Several other WCA members on the island will also be showing their work on this self-guided tour. 25913 99th Av. SW Vashon, WA
For maps and more information go to www. vashonislandartstudiotour.com
Need more info? Call Gale at 206 418-9902
Event Description: Foster/White will feature all new work by Seattle sculptor George Rodriguez at this summer’s Seattle Art Fair, which takes place August 2 - 5, 2018 at the Century Link Field Event Center. Rooted in his study of traditional temple guardian figures from around the world, George’s highly individualized ceramic forms reveal the inherent commonality at our core.
Event Description: Pottery Northwest's Annual Student Show focuses on the work students have made over the last year. Students of all abilities and levels of experience are encouraged to submit their best piece to be displayed in the gallery for the month of April. Join us for a celebration of everything our students do!
Remember your first sale?
If you're in the Tacoma area, stop by the TCC student art sale and show your support for young (at heart) artists. There will also be a silent auction of pieces donated by professors Rick Mahaffey and Reid Ozaki to benefit the TCC Arts Scholarship fund.
Event Description: PNW’s Holiday Special offers shoppers an approachable, well-curated space for purchasing beautiful, useful gifts while supporting artists and makers. Skip the stress and find something special here in the Pottery!
And because it’s the holidays, after all, we’ll be hosting a party and open house.
The public is invited to the holiday party and open house on December 1 from 6 to 8pm. The market will remain open each day from 10am to 6pm until December 22.