Some great gift ideas for the holidays and beyond. More to come...
Check out Jeffrey Lipton's pots at jeffreyliptonpottery.com
Here is an excerpt from Jeffrey's artist statement. " Jeffrey Lipton combines illustration with utilitarian ceramics. His
images are drawn from his life experience in rural New England. The
scenes depict people at work and the tools of their trades. The
characters are often farmers, lumberjacks, or carpenters in pursuit of
good lives in a rural setting. As a potter, Lipton creates ceramic
forms that are dual purpose — functional and decorative — designed for
everyday use and as a canvas for his drawings. Working with stoneware
and wood firing process, the final result integrates form, function, and
From Tandem Glass at TandemGlass.com
Want to have the prettiest funnest glass ever? These make amazing gifts if you can actually part with them to give them away. I have eight of them of varying sizes use them every day, from water to wine.
Hand blown glass with unique colorful elements. These glasses have a sexy irregularity that speaks to the hand made process. Durable Beautiful Made in America by the Designer. Opulence for the irreverent!
Thursday, November 22, 2012
My Etsy Store is back (thanks for your patience!)
In appreciation of all the support I have received from fellow artists and patrons, I am pleased to be providing an online preview of the work I will show at CraftBoston Holiday show (I'll be in booth 108A). This is a unique chance to buy a handmade gift for you or someone special before I pack up the van for CraftBoston! Visit my Etsy store with this link.
Enter the code " AderoHoliday " (no quotation marks) in the check-out portion of the Etsy.com shopping cart to get FREE SHIPPING on any purchase. This offer is good for one week, starting on Black Friday (Nov 23 – 30), so I hope you will take advantage of this great gift-giving opportunity. Everything is truly one of a kind.
Upcoming Workshop at Mudflat Studio in Somerville
I will be conducting a workshop entitled "Create pots for your decoration, create decoration for your pots." Students with any level of experience in clay are welcome to enroll and participate. There will be demonstrations, discussion, and some hands-on type to explore the different techniques I will showcase. Learn more about it here.
Please stay in touch throughout the new year
I am always adding new photos and info to my website at the new address: www.AderoWillard.com. Also, I welcome you to keep track of my progress on new work and who-knows-what by following me here on my blog.
Thank you for your interest in handmade craft & enjoy the holiday season! Feel free to send me an email if you have any questions or would like to learn more about my work.