The holiday studio sale is coming right up. I am out in the studio practically all the time, decorating the now-bisqued and glazed work. As I go along, getting more and more done, I get more and more ideas. That's how it works! Here are some photos, and the information for the sale:
Holiday Show and Sale 2018
Ann Tubbs Pottery Studio
Ann Tubbs &;Margaret Mazur
Friday, November 30: 12-8
Saturday, December 1: 10 - 4
a selection of maiolica pottery from my year's efforts.
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