Come join Asparagus Valley Potters Guild members Maya and Jamie this Memorial Day weekend at the Paradise City Arts Festival in Northampton, MA. Great Pots, Great Food, Great Music! At the three county fairgrounds: 54 Old Ferry Road, Northampton, MA.
May 25, 26 & 27
Saturday: 10 am-6 pm
Sunday: 10 am-6 pm
Monday: 10 am-4 pm
Click here to get $2 off your admission price.
See you there!
Published April 25, 2013
9th Annual Asparagus Valley Pottery Trail, April 27-28. 10am – 5pm.
Published March 3, 2013
Five of us from the Guild drove to Boston to see the Blue and White Show at the MFA, and attend the lecture given by Michelle Erickson and two curators at the Sackler Museum at Harvard. Afterwords, we had a bite to eat at The Kabab Factory, recommended by Michael Cohen. It was great viewing, discussing, and sharing.
Here we are at the Sackler, waiting for the lecture to begin. Lots of interesting historical Chinese and Korean porcelain in this room.
This is a piece called “The Potter” that Steve and I discovered in the American Wing of the MFA
Part of the first installation at the Blue and White show, taken before I knew photography was forbidden, by Barbara Diduk.
Francine and Angela with their kababs!
Don’t worry, we had this deity watching over us.
On the way home from the studio today, I took this picture as I crossed the street in front of our house. It was early in the evening.
View from Josh’s place
AVPG Meeting @ Josh Simpson’s
Had a great AVPG meeting at Josh Simpson’s this month. He thanked us all for coming up to his house – he doesn’t get out much – and we were grateful for his hosting. We got the tour, saw his two sons, and enjoyed, of course,
More food! As Mike said, the light was just right.
It was one big love fest. Here are some photos , courtesy of Michael Cohen . The gardens are plentiful and we love to use our pots to serve.
Published April 29, 2012
Potters on the Trail
We are up and running! Thirteen of the Fourteen potters on the trail went on the trail to each other’s studios on Friday, April 20th, the day before the Trail opened. Boy did we have fun. Here are some photos.