20 potters from the Michiana region will have a Christmas sale on Saturday, December 13th in Goshen.
The sale will take place in the Hawks building from 1:00pm to 6:00pm.
Here are some promotional images I designed:
A Michiana Pottery Christmas Market will be taking place on Saturday, December 13 from 1pm to 6pm at the Hawks Building in Downtown Goshen, Indiana. With interest in contemporary functional pottery growing in the Michiana area, this event will feature 20 ceramic artists from the region in one location for a holiday sales event.
The Hawks Building, constructed in 1870, is a former furniture factory along the historic Mill Race canal in downtown Goshen, Indiana. In April 2015, it will become home to 35 sunny one-and two-bedroom loft apartments. The Hawks is a live/work community designed for artists and entrepreneurs with space to work, live, and entertain and a project of LaCasa Inc. of Goshen.
Free parking for the Michiana Pottery Christmas Market will be available at the Hawks Building, 215 W. Madison Street and also at 321 South Third Street in Goshen. Bright orange signage will direct you to the south entrance of the Hawks.
This event includes artists from Goshen, Fort Wayne, Bristol, and Bloomington, Indiana as well as artists from Mt. Pleasant, Three Rivers, Constantine, Berrien Springs, Kalamazoo, and Hillsdale, Michigan. A wide range of ceramic work by a diverse and talented group of clay artists will be available for purchase.
Patrons will find a variety of functional and decorative ceramics available including wood-fired ceramics, crystalline porcelain work, functional earthenware, gas-fired stoneware, handmade pottery tools and more. All artists will be on hand to speak about their work and their creative process. Artists include: Troy Bungart, Moey Hart, Marvin Bartel, Steve Hansen, Dick Lehman, Eric Kaufmann, Todd Pletcher, Fred Driver, Fuzzy Schwartz, Eric Strader, Jennifer Creighton, Ryan Taylor, Greg Stahly, Heidi Fahrenbacher, Zach Tate, Rebecca Graves, Stephanie Galli, Mark Goertzen, Joel Pisowicz, and Justin Rothshank.
Information and images can also be found on the facebook site, www.facebook.com/michianapotterytour. A map to the Hawks Building, and information about the renovation project can be found at www.hawksgoshen.com.