Northeastern Folk Art

pottery, art and ideas from the Atlantic shore

Summer Times

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It’s the height of summer here on the island of Newfoundland. Wild roses bloom and everything is flourishes under an endless blue sky.

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Lupins, roses and other beauties.

With summer, comes visitors and you’ll find us engaging with them at the Quidi Vidi Village Plantation , demonstrating and, it’s hoped, selling pottery. Erin will maintain a studio space at “the Plant” until end of 2016, where she’s currently senior craftsperson/mentor to the other emerging artists who occupy the beautiful building in magical Quidi Vidi Village.

 

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Small $20 pot and a pair of barnacle clams.

Drop by, if you’re in the area! Hours at Quidi Vidi are 11-5, Tuesday to Saturday, and 11:30-4 on Sundays. Closed Mondays.

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Whale Tail – Raku-fired pottery $30

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