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Our inventory is always changing. We welcome you to stop by in between our sales to see what new pots line our shelves!
Just give us a ring and we'll arrange a time for you to visit.
We have lived and worked in Black Forest, just north of Colorado Springs since 1992, and in 2013 we decided to introduce ourselves to our local community, having three studio sales. Our shows were delightfully successful, and we have thoroughly enjoyed connecting with our fellow forest-dwellers and their friends and families. We decided to continue with four sales a year, adding a Spring bird bath sale, and just recently began expanding our online sales, first beginning with local pick-up, and soon to expand to shipping coast-to-coast. As a small mom and pop business, we appreciate all who have helped us adapt to this new context. We look forward to days when we will once again be able to host big pottery sale gatherings here in our backyard forest. Thank you to all who have become our new friends during these past few years.
We will post a flyer for each sale as soon as we determine the specifics.
Keep watching for updates, or sign up on our email list and we'll send you a flyer shortly before each show.
Among the many galleries in the region where we have shown, Schelu Gallery in Old Town Albuquerque, New Mexico, and the Whickerbill in downtown Colorado Springs, Colorado featured our work for decades. We continue to show in Earthen Vessel Gallery in Durango, Colorado. If you have friends there, please let them know. Now we welcome customers who live nearby to visit our studio sales, and offer pots for sale online for more distant pottery fans.
Humans began to develop civilized societies many thousands of years ago, cooperating so their cultures could not only survive, but thrive with an abundance of food, art, and invention. We would like to tip our proverbial hat to those pioneers of humanity. Civilizations have come and gone; populations have moved or disappeared, but we have a window to their spectacular achievements through the remnants they left behind. We glimpse innovation and enlightenment through the architectural ruins, mummies, and, yes, pottery that has been left in their wake. Our imaginations are stoked with the mysteries of these artifacts. Will the remnants of our pottery remain in the Black Forest area long after the forest itself and its inhabitants disappear? What thoughts and impressions will be experienced by those who eventually discover them? What a grand and timeless tradition!