Loveland, Ohio – Whistle Stop Clay Works is pleased to announce its eleventh annual Holiday Open House happening Saturday, November 27 from 10am till 6pm.
The show highlights local potters who create unique, hand-made pottery. Artists will be offering functional wares like mugs, serving and soup bowls, platters and plates, vases, and chip & dip servers.
In addition, there will be one-of-a-kind clay sculptures, wall hangings, and whimsical fairy houses. Loveland High School graduate and Loveland Magazine intern, Alex Eicher, will also be showing his wildlife photography and have unique greeting cards.
Artists will be on hand to answer questions and can even take custom orders.
“The Holiday Open House is a unique opportunity for people to shop local and support area artists this holiday season. You’re sure to find something for yourself or for that ‘hard to buy for’ person on your holiday shopping list,” says Kay Bolin, studio co-owner. The studio will also be selling ‘holiday gnome’ ornaments for ten dollars with 100% of the purchase price benefitting the Batavia League of Animal Welfare.
The show is happening Saturday, November 27 from 10am till 6pm at 119 Harrison Avenue, in historic downtown
Parking is free and mask-wearing is encouraged. Additional information can be found at www.whistlestopclayworks.com or by calling the studio at (513) 683-2529.