My pottery can now be purchased in the booming metropolis of Bristol, IN.Â Visit the Stone Soup Emporium to see some of my recent work.Â The display isn’t exactly fantastic.Â Most of each shelf is in shadow because the main light is directly above. But the owners said I could add some extra lighting if I wanted.Â I might try some kind of paper or fabric first.Â I’m open to suggestions.Â I also wish some of the shelves were a little taller so I could fit some taller pieces.Â View the facebook page here.
My wife hauled over a few items at the beginning of the month and rented some shelf space.Â We’ll see what happens for the month of December.Â I’m not expecting big numbers but it would be nice to sell a couple things.Â Especially since it is the gift buying season.Â I don’t know how much traffic they get but hopefully at the very least new people will see my work. If you see anything you have to have but aren’t in the area let me know and I’ll go grab it.Â I need to go add a few more things.Â I’ve got some stuff left over from the school sale.
I took a couple tubs full of ceramic ware in to West Noble Primary for the annual Pottery Sale by Fuzzy.Â I had a lot of good feedback and a good number of sales.Â The Lil’ Charger mugs that I made were a big hit.Â Think “Black Friday” meets “wheel thrown pottery” and you have some idea.Â The secretary had the idea to order mugs with the school logo to give the principal and resource officer.Â Everyone else really liked them too.Â I even took orders from people who didn’t get one.Â Another teacher wanted two yarn bowls.Â I made about 6 of them including two smaller “test” bowls.Â I sold a couple of the larger bowls to other people.Â I also made some slab ornaments and maybe half of those sold.Â I think I made enough to pay for my last supply order and get myself some more glazes and a couple boxes of clay in the near future.Â I also have my eyes on a portable slab roller but… it is quite an investment.
I hope you are having a great holiday season.