WHERE TO FIND JOY BRIDY POTTERY:
Rivers Gallery: Grand Opening: April 29, 6-8pm. This new gem of a gallery space in Harpers Ferry is dreamed up and owned by ceramist Anne Rule-Thompson. With her sculptures, plus work by three other regional artists, you'll be pleasantly surprised. See you at the opening!
Berkeley Art Works: As a special guest, my work will be amongst the regional co-operative members through June, at this sweet little stop in Martinsburg, WV. The gallery always has something new, and you can make a day of it. Habanero's burritos, DeFlurie's Chocolates, and the WV Glass gallery, just to start.
The White Room Gallery: As a special treat for folks visiting Thomas WV and Blackwater Falls, or hiking in the Monogahela Forest of WV, my work is available in the coolest little gallery in the state...stop in and tell them how great they are, and pick up a piece of pottery, a repurposed wall sculpture, or a print by local WV artists.
Tamarack: The Best of West Virginia: Nestled deep in WV, Tamarack features just that...amazing quality handmade wares from all over the state. From furniture to duck calls, quilts and pottery, wreaths and iron railings...an amazing and diverse selection from a complex and creative state. They just stocked up on my wares, so now is the perfect time for a visit.
The Over the Mountain Studio Tour November 11 & 12, 2017: See the work of 25 Makers at 10 Studio Stops, all in Jefferson County, WV. We love to throw this annual party, and invite you all to celebrate with us, from offering our most recent wares for sale, to rotating demonstrations, with good food and conversation to taste.
Do you shop Etsy? A small selection of changing work, from wood fired to community ware, is available on etsy. Let me know what you're looking for, because I just might have it.
Visit the studio any time by calling or emailing in advance to make sure I'll be here. I love showing new visitors around, and there are more pieces here than anywhere else, from sculptures to functional works...you'll find exactly what you're looking for, I'll bet.
If you will be visiting the DC area from out of town, give me a ring and stop by. I'm located about 20 minutes south of Route 70 and Hagerstown, amongst the ghosts of the battlefields along the Potomac River, and am always up for a visit...... the coffee or tea is hot, perfect for catching up with old friends and new acquaintances.
Looking forward to hearing from you.