Hi there clay lovers,
Hi there clay lovers,
Ah well! This is definitely the last market before Christmas! And for 2019…I think….
This Sunday 6 December Tamborine Mountain Country Market, (Check out the market’s FB page for more info) PJ Pottery will have a stall with loads of Christmas specials and a summer feature of the popular pastel range including the new limited edition range of translucent porcelain jewellery.
And sharing the Christmas love a bit further, PJ Pottery will give 10% of all cash sales to the Red Cross Drought Appeal
Last market for PJ Pottery before Christmas! with Gold Coast Potters
I will have a stall of teapots, tea bowls, teapot planters and assorted Christmas gift ideas, this Sunday 24 November. This is a fantastic market full of handmade crafts – pottery, jewellery, woodwork, textiles and much more. Check the FB event for details
Want a perfect day out on beautiful Tamborine Mountain? Do your Christmas shopping and buy hand crafted unique gifts? The artisan fayre is for you. Check their FB event for more details and yes, pj pottery will be there with teapots and some cute new surprises that will make lovely gifts.
9am to 4pm Sunday 17 November
very happy to be participating in this artisan market with Syndicate Creative. sunny coast peeps! mark your diaries Saturday 16 November 9am to 2pm
Super excited to be accepted to exhibit again at the Brisbane Finders Keepers Design Market 8-10 November at Brisbane Showgrounds. I will have a teapot stall with both functional and fanciful individually crafted teapots for all you teapot lovers and collectors. If you’d like to follow my works in progress, check my Instagram page @pj_pottery
It has taken five months but it’s been worth the wait. My studio is nearly finished and the kiln is in and connected. All that is left to do is the finishing touches and to unpack all my pottery gear. Easy peasy, right?
Now I can get back to creating in this beautiful new space built by my incredibly clever partner, Steve.
I was honoured to be invited back to exhibit with fellow potters, Max Powell and Albert Verschuuren to the Ceramic Break Sculpture Park in Warialda, NSW recently. A selection of my handmade teapots and tea sets are currently for sale there until the end of July 2019. If you are travelling through, it is well worth the visit – an amazing place.