Fall Changes Things
Children are back at school, the weather is changing and there are changes happening at Pincu Pottery. Perhaps you noticed my new logo… which I will be using as I find time to update my page, etc. Thank you to Open Door Design Studio for great work!
I am taking a hiatus from teaching at Pincu Pottery.
Those of you with gift certificates are welcome to call or email and make an appointment, and I am happy to teach those classes already scheduled.
THANK YOU to all that came and made pots with me!!! I LOVE teaching and had the best time with you all. On days I was in a mood, you cheered me up. THANK YOU!
It is time to focus on making my pottery. Teaching and finishing everyone’s work, even with an assistant, has taken a toll on my pottery output and I want to get back to that focus. I may begin teaching again next summer, or may, if the feeling strikes, schedule a few special group classes in the winter.
I will continue to teach at the local Southwestern Community College and encourage those in town for a month or longer to look into the clay classes there. It is a FABULOUS resource!
I will be showing and selling my work in several places this fall and winter (GET READY FOR THE HOLIDAYS!)
October 16 – 19, 2014.
US Cellular Center, Asheville, North Carolina.
November 1, 2014
Dillsboro, North Carolina
(Don’t forget to come out and support me as I attempt to retain my Championship Status at the Clay Olympics on October 31st!)
If you cannot make it, I plan to update my Etsy store right after Thanksgiving. (Consider shopping from home on Black Friday!)
Also, I have cups in two gallery exhibitions this Fall (online, too):
New Orleans, Louisiana
“Art of the Cup” exhibition
September 4 – December 7
“Cup: the Intimate Object X”
October 3 – December 3
Lastly, I will be giving two upcoming workshops that you are all invited to register for:
John C. Campbell Folk School
Week + Weekend pottery class
November 9 – 16, 2014
“The Pottery Party!”
Wheel Throwing, Hand Building and FUN with clay
West Branch, Michigan
December 5 – 8, 2014
Thanks again for your support and I hope you all enjoy this colorful season!