Potters Place in Walpole is having its Annual Fall Show & Sale, with hundreds of hand crafted, uniquely designed and glazed pottery items available. Show & Sale hours are: Friday, November 16, 6–9 p.m.; Saturday, November 17, 9 a.m.–8 p.m.; and Sunday, November 18, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
A Meet the Artists reception takes place Friday evening, when you can enjoy refreshments and meet the 22 featured Potters Place artisans including Westwood residents Kathy Whelan, Jane Wojick, Lisa W. B. Walker and Henriette Dresens.
Close to Walpole center and the MBTA commuter rail station, follow the signs to Potters Place, located at 127B Old West Street. Free admission and parking are available, and we accept credit and debit cards.Our theme, “Home for the Holidays,” has inspired a unique collection of functional and fine art pottery, both wheel-thrown and hand-built. Come browse the pottery studio, transformed into a dazzling gallery displaying unique vases, batter bowls, mugs, berry bowls, embellished platters, casserole dishes, bowl sets, cookie jars, plates, ornaments, sculptures, and more. These one-of-a-kind functional and fine art pottery items are available price ranges to meet every budget.
Potters will be on-hand throughout the weekend to discuss the craft of pottery and direct prospective students to our upcoming classes for both adults and children. The studio will also be selling gift certificates, which can be used to purchase a finished piece or for attending one of the on-going studio classes for children, teens and adults.
Potters Place is a non-profit organization dedicated both to art and to community outreach. This holiday season, our potters have all created a special group of bowls, the proceeds of which will be donated to the Walpole Food Pantry.