“Reflect upon your present blessings – of which every man has many
– not on your misfortunes, of which all men have some” Charles Dickens
It was wonderful to see familiar and new faces at this fall’s artisan markets after seven months of canceled shows! With the spike in Covid cases artists are thankful that events can continue virtually…the following links are for two markets that I am fortunate to be in.
The Bayou City Clay Crawl is a fundraiser for Clay Houston where all the vendors are clay artists. https://www.clayhouston.org/BCCC
Clay Houston also supports the Houston Food Bank and donations can be made directly to the Food Bank. https://app.mobilecause.com/vf/EBH2020.
Heights Artisan Market includes 28 artists for your shopping pleasure.
I am grateful to have a home studio which was put to good use while sheltering in place. A new hepa-filter, masks and distancing allow for small clay classes to continue. The winter session will begin January 4, 2021. For those who are interested contact me for available times.
It was also a blessing to use this time to learn and practice new techniques and forms such as this double-walled vessel. These will be some of the works on display the month of February at Archway Gallery in Houston where I will be doing a show with with the talented Liz Conces Spencer and Gene Hester. View works in person or via the on-line store. https://www.archwaygallery.com/
Wishing each and everyone of you a blessed 2021……..
A thankful heart is a happy heart!