I have a confession to make. I think I was being fairly conscientious about keeping up with my blog up until the past few months, when I got sucked into Twitter and Facebook. Its all good though. We have a new Webb Pottery Facebook Page there at http://www.facebook.com/WebbPottery/ . If you’re on Facebook, check it out.
This weekend we’ll be at the 28th Annual Grand Festival of Art in Fairhope AL, from 10 am – 5pm both days.
The Eastern Shore Arts Center hosts 2 shows a year, one in the Spring, and this one, in the fall. A few years ago the fall festival was moved from The Grand Hotel grounds in Point Clear, to the park by the Fairhope Pier.
This year, however, it will take place right in downtown Fairhope which will be a lot more convenient for both exhibitors and patrons. For more info regarding the show, please contact the Eastern Shore Art Center at (251) 928-2228 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please look for us. You can find us in Booth #50 located on Fairhope Ave., toward Church St. .
The weather should be great (sunny both days with temps in the mid 60s), so be sure to drop by our booth and check out some of our pottery. Look forward to seeing you there!
(Also while you’re in Fairhope, be sure to check out the Alabama Coastal Birdfest at Faulkner College across from the Fairhope Library)
Looking for something around town to do? Lowell and I, along with 2 other fellow members of the Coastal Artisans, Charles Smith and Maria Spies, are pleased to be taking part in the Shared Expressions exhibit on now through to Sept 13th at the Mobile Museum of Art. The exhibit is a compilation of work by regional artists working in a variety of mediums, from painting to fibre to lapidary, to clay. For more info, please contact: http://www.mobilemuseumofart.com
Can you believe that it will already be December 6th tomorrow?
Don’t forget to join us at the Mobile Botanical Gardens between 9 am and 4 pm for the Coastal Artisans’ 3rd Annual Christmas Art Show and Sale.
For more info about the artists and directions to the Gardens, please visit: http://thecoastalartisans.blogspot.com
Here’s where we’ll be this weekend. Maybe see you there!
(For more info, please visit the FestforAll section of the Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge’s web site).
Once again this year our self-representing artist collective of local and regional working artists, The Coastal Artisans, will be holding our Annual Christmas Art Show and Sale on the first Saturday of December at the Mobile Botanical Gardens.
This will be our second year and will once again be held in conjunction with the Garden’s Master Gardeners Christmas greenery and Poinsettia Sale.
To learn more about this event and our artists, please visit our website: