Plum Bottom Pottery will host THE HOLIDAY SHOW, Friday and Saturday, December 10-11th from 10-5pm. Stop by and enjoy hot cider, cookies and light hor d’oueuvres and see newly created porcelain pottery and sculpture by resident artist and owner Chad Luberger. Luberger will be unloading a kiln full of new porcelain mugs, bowls and vases perfect gifts for the art lover in your life. Angela Lensch will unveil a special holiday jewelry line created at Plum Bottom studios. The line will include Lensch’s newest earrings, woven necklaces and bracelets, all perfect one of a kind gifts for the holidays. Plum Bottom’s newest artist Erin Nolan will be on hand Saturday, December 12th from 12-2pm to answer questions about her beautifully detailed wood block fine art prints. Guest artist Mary White will debut her latest pastels created over the past six months, inspired by the beautiful surroundings of Plum Bottom. Be the first to see the pastel drawings of this talented artist.
“I enjoy keeping my doors open in the winter, it’s the perfect time to reconnect with neighbors and Door County locals who brave the winter,” says Luberger. “Stop by, have a cookie, some cider and enjoy the art of Plum Bottom, finely crafted right here in Door County.” Plum Bottom Pottery is open through the winter (except holidays) Friday and Saturday from 10-4pm. The gallery is located 15 minutes north of Sturgeon Bay and 5 minutes south of Egg Harbor on Hwy 42 then go east 1 mile on Plum Bottom Rd to 4999 Plum Bottom Rd. or visit PlumBottomPottery.com.
November 30, 2010 at 9:31 pm
Chase and I "reunited" in American Folklore Theatre's Life on the Mississippi
Yes, it has been awhile since I last posted. It’s amazing how Door County summers can slip through your fingers. But what an inspiring summer – working during the day in the studio and filling my nights at American Folklore Theatre – what a gift. I spent the better part of the summer as Henry Clemens in AFT’s new musical Life on the Mississippi. What a beautiful outdoor theater – and I got to sing again! Something that I have taken a hiatus from for quite awhile. So, although my days were long, I found the theater work to inspire my clay work. I hadn’t realized how closely the way I approach clay is influenced by my theater training. The improvisational nature of theater is directly related to how I approach working with porcelain. It is a constantly changing dialogue I am having with each piece – breathing with each moment. A true collaboration.
Look for more frequent posts this winter and by popular demand an online store added to PlumBottomPottery.com!
November 10, 2010 at 12:43 pm