November 2010: Focus on Pottery & Sculpture Like pretty things? Do you enjoy the hunt for exceptional gifts for family & friends? Our 2010 Collection of handmade pottery, jewelry, bronze sculptures & turned wood bowls is definitely worth a visit. Each piece was chosen for its beauty and design, and we want to share with you what we found in your own backyard - Indiana arts & crafts. Who knew it could be so satisfying to shop local?
Carol Burts glazes are gorgeous on vessels that feel oh, so good in your hand. Gift items: multi-piece sets, cookie plates and oven-safe dishes. Looking for feminine? Kim Andersons Venus series of cups, vases and pitchers celebrate curves in earthy tones & turquoise. Some reference plants and sea life; all blend function with high art. Ask about the prickly vase!
Colanders (oh, so cute!), bottles with corks and straps, lidded boxes & lanterns Sue Beachs lineup is unique and uber gift-worthy. New! John Petersons in the house! Our own dinnerware was made by this renowned potter, and we are so happy to offer his work to you. Large bowls, platters & cups bring our gallery pottery total to almost 200 pieces.
Additional 3-dimensional art scores: Exquisitely playful bronze figures by Cheryl Ann Lorance, rock or ring (bells) their way into your hearth along with romantic ships and twisting towers. Must see! Heidi Hales jewelry collection grabs much-deserved attention at our front counter, while
Cindy Disney delights with her own sleek brand of earrings & necklaces.
Michael Hoots bowls are made of woods you know walnut, maple and rare purpleheart & lacewood - bound in poetic layers & turned to a satin finish.