Whistle Stop Clay Works (WSCW) is pleased to announce the third annual Pottery Affaire happening Saturday, September 12 from 11am. until 4pm. The show highlights local artists who will be offering hand made pottery, paintings, note cards, photographs, felted items, and much more.
This show is a wonderful opportunity to support local artists who have been impacted by the pandemic and to buy unique, hand crafted work. There will also be demonstrations on the potter’s wheel and pottery studio tours.
“It’s an amazing show. There are about two dozen artists showing their work. The Pottery Affaire offers tremendous variety and selection, so you’re sure to find something that just right for you or someone on your holiday list,” states Bonnie McNett, show coordinator and instructor at WSCW.
The show is happening by the beautiful O’Bannon Creek at 119 Harrison Avenue, in historic Loveland, Ohio. “The setting is just perfect with lots of expansive shade trees and the beautiful O’Bannon Creek ambling by,” continues McNett.
The outdoor show will require vendors and shoppers to wear face masks and observe social distancing guidelines.
The Pottery Affaire is being held at 119 Harrison Avenue just north of downtown Loveland on Saturday, September 12th from 11am. till 4pm.
More information can be found by calling WSCW studio at (513) 683-2529 or at www.whistlestopclayworks.com.
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