POTTERS' GUILD OF NEW JERSEY
At the historic Farmstead Arts Center
450 King George Road
Basking Ridge, New Jersey 07920
May 5th from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
May 6th from Noon to 5 :00 PM
PGNJ Meetings often include demonstrations of pottery making techniques. We strive to share our knowledge and to expand the creativity of our members. Join us to see what can be done in this exciting medium.
Videos of past demonstrations can be viewed on the Potters Guild of New Jersey YouTube channel by clicking here. For more information please contact us!
Community Presbyterian Church
1459 Deer Path
Mountainside, NJ 07902
November 11th and November 12th, 2017
Saturday 11 AM to 5 PM
Sunday Noon to 5 PM
Directions: Route 22 to New Providence Rd, Mountainside.
If going east on 22, cross over 22 at New Providence Rd.
If going west on 22, go right at New Providence Rd.
Follow the double yellow lines up the hill to Deer Path.
Go straight ahead to the church.
This increasingly popular event draws hundreds of customers from throughout New Jersey and the tri state area. Available for sale will be a fabulous selection of vases, wall pieces, pitchers, teapots, platters, casseroles, raku and pit-fired vessels in varying colors and styles, and one-of-a-kind sculptures and decorative objects of art. The show is the perfect place to find a unique item or gift.
Admission is free and Credit Cards are now accepted!
Each year the guild meets at a member location for a full day of Raku and Horsehair firing. Tips, tricks, and techniques are shared along with a potluck feast. All members are welcome and encouraged to bring bisqueware for the firings. Come between 9 a.m. (to help set up, please!) and 4 p.m. You can come just to hang out even if you have nothing to raku fire. You can reach Peter by Email for questions, thoughts, registration and followup at email@example.com
Meet 32 fabulous clay artists and get to know the stories behind their wonderful work. Tales of play, exploration, exasperation and ultimately triumph. A lot goes into making beautiful works of art and delightful functional objects. This wonderful venue with two unique settings, an 18th century farmhouse and a lovingly restored barn, offers a great opportunity to spend a relaxing afternoon as you stroll through dazzling displays and chat with the members of the Potters Guild. In addition to great pots to see and purchase, this spring’s show will feature continuous demonstrations and an activity area where would-be artists both young and old can get their hands dirty and discover the joy of playing with clay.
Join the Potters Guild of New Jersey as we welcome spring and share how we have been keeping ourselves warm and busy during the long cold winter.