What used to be called the Studio Benefit Sale at the Honolulu Museum of Art School is now called the Holiday Art Sale. In spite of the name change, proceeds from the sale will still support the programs at the museum's school at Linekona. This is the finest craft sale of the year in Hawai'i and features work from teachers and students in jewelry, weaving, fusion glass and ceramics. I have more than 100 pots that are ready for the sale. I can have up to 50 in inventory at any given time, so I'll start out with 50 pieces and add more pots as they're sold. That means it's worth returning to the sale every few days since the inventory is constantly changing as artists add new things. The sale starts this coming Tuesday, November 25, with an opening reception from 5-8pm. Free appetizers will be available and you can buy sake and the sake cup for only $5 (if I remember correctly). The sale is at the main gallery at the Honolulu Museum of Art School, Linekona, will run through Sunday, December 7, and is open daily from 10am-6pm. See you at the sale!
I began potting in January of 2012. Because I'm so new to potting, I think I understand the challenges of beginning potters and hope this blog will be encouraging to them and a source of helpful information and comment. I hope you'll join the conversation!