February 22, 2018 The first few shows for 2018 are now listed. I’m working on more–applications are in and I’m waiting hopefully for jury results!
April 20, 2018 I’m happy to find out that I’ll be at Art by the Tracks in Black Mountain on June 2, Clay Day at the Folk Art Center in Asheville on June 9, and the North Carolina Ceramics Festival in Asheville on September 22. I’ve only got a few more show notifications to fill out the year.
May 27, 2018 Three more shows! I’ll be at Art on Main in Hendersonville on September 29-30, John C Campbell Fall Festival in Brasstown on October 6-7, and Church Street Festival in Waynesville on October 13. It’s going to be a busy fall–and a busy summer of making lots of pottery to bring to these shows.
January 24, 2019 A new year and new shows. I’m still working on applications–and some aren’t due until later–but I hope to be at Panoply in Huntsville,AL; the Tennessee Pottery Festival in Townsend, TN; Art on the Trax in Black Mountain, NC; the Monte Sano Art Festival in Huntsville, AL; the North Carolina Ceramics Festival in Asheville, NC; Art on Main in Hendersonville, NC; the John C Campbell Fall Festival in Brasstown, NC; Church Street Festival in Waynesville, NC, and the Western North Carolina Pottery Festival in Sylva, NC. For sure, I’ll be at the Heritage Arts Summer Festival in Bryson City on July 13.
April 25, 2019 This weekend is the first show of the year: Panoply in Huntsville AL. It’s one of my favorite shows of the year, in large part due to the great volunteer crew taking care of the artists. Next weekend, May 4, I’ll be in Townsend TN for the Tennessee Pottery Festival and then May 11, I’ll be at the Whole Bloomin’ Thing in Waynesville NC