Plum Bottom Gallery invites you to their annual pottery show, Saturday November 4 from 10am–4pm. Featuring new work from our bright and brilliant ceramic artists Richard Agness, Pat Black, Kay Haward, Erik Hendricks & Noelle VonHendricks, Steven Skinner, Lynn Wood, and Chad Luberger. From functional work to decorative pieces, you are sure to fine something to fit your style at Plum Bottom Gallery.
Richard Agness stoneware delights the eye with creamy earth tones, with bight water color like brush work. This Appleton based artist specialized in functional pieces perfect for the chili fall months ahead.
Pat Black hails from Iron River, Michigan. Her enchanting vessels showcase graceful forms and exquisite glazes. She brings a unique touch using bits of copper, shells, and driftwood found on her walks around the Great Lakes and forests to her pieces. Each is a one of a kind walk though the woods or hike the shoreline expressed in stoneware.
Kate Haward brings her West Virginia sunshine to Door County with her charming bird pitchers, bowls and mugs. Her shino glazes are quite delectable and will arr some earthy charm to any table.
Our first husband and wife team, Erik Hendricks & Noelle VonHendricks from Vermont, send love and good wishes through their pottery. Wonderful cups, mugs, and tea bowls are decorated with uplifting messages to uplift any morning cup of coco.
Steven Skinner, located in Indiana, creates his rustic pieces in stoneware with inlaid porcelain. The pops of bright glazing on the interior will ad a pop of color to you fall meals. Skinner’s signature form, a bread crucible, makes out of this work crusty bread. These pieces are perfect gifts for the gourmet in your life – or pick one up for yourself!
Lynn Wood, a California artist, works with with stoneware, hand building sweet and colorful pitchers, mugs, vases and more. Hand carved texturizing stamps make each piece one of a kind but delightful in a group.
Chad Luberger, resident potter at Plum Bottom Gallery, is pleased to introduce his latest body of porcelain work. His sophisticated forms are elegant, modern, and interesting. Included in this latest group will be his signature Ikebana form just in time for the holiday gift giving season. Be sure to come in quick! These pieces won’t last long.
Please join us for a day of ceramic celebration, enjoy a glass of Von Stiehl wine or a cup of Door County coffee, and experience art, finally crafted!
Plum Bottom Gallery is Tuesday through Saturday, 10am–4pm. We are 15 minutes north of Sturgeon Bay or 5 minutes south of Egg Harbor on Scenic Hwy 42, then east on Plum Bottom Road (1 mile) to 4999 Plum Bottom Rd. Just look for the yellow flags! Call 920-743-2819 for more information.