Come have fun and leave your permanent mark on an historic Stafford Springs space. (Additional Facebook event listing here)
Friday evening during Arts on Main, I will unleash:
- 600 square feet of freshly base-coated, very boring attic plywood floor
- Many quarts of leftover Sherwin Williams paint (Ooo) with a few new colors (turquoise, dark teal, chartreuse, and wine red) freshly and loving mixed by the fine management team. I call this special palette, "Caribbean Party Boat."
- Our first party-sized Mojito jug
- Snacks! I'll make sure I have the pesto dip.
- A few pairs of knee pads (The attic ceiling spans from about four feet to six feet, so there's a little hunching in the forward part. You'll see what I mean when you get up there).
My how they've grown!
Come and let the pioneer ESP Studio show off for you with a big, awesome display of their work from this first season's classes.
We'll have sangria, potluck goodies, and snacks served in (what they think are) their ugliest pots. :)
Have you ever actually seen Teri make pottery? She's been here six months... She walks around *talking* about pottery, but have you ever seen her on that fancyass wheel in the front window?
Stop by for Arts on Main this Friday!
Stafford Springs Main Street 6-8pm
I will be guest vending for the October 5 Potters Market at the Coventry Regional Farmers' Market.
This market is big and popular, so I recommend getting there before it starts to avoid the traffic.
On a related note, if any local friends want to stop and give me a hand and/or break, it would be greatly appreciated. This market tends to be very busy, and I would hate to miss getting to the taco truck for lunch!
Come and Celebrate ESP Pottery's move to 58 Main Street, Stafford Springs, CT! Friday, September 18th, 6PM to 11PM.
Save the date and come see the newly renovated space! (The team has been working like crazy). The Grand Opening festivities will include live music, snacks, wine, dancing, clay projects, and a chance to just feel out and become a part of this fantastic new space. And pottery! Lots and lots of pottery.