2079 Ox Bottom Road

November 19, 2016     10AM- 5PM

              850-766-2157

Studio Tour  2017 will be NOVEMBER 18th

Ceramicist Joanna Angelos welcomes you to her barn studio - featuring wheel demonstrations.  Art Odeneal will have his exquisite gas fired urns, tea pots and jars and Debbie Lightsey will have her pottery as well.  In addition to these potters, five artisans will have works on display: Watermedia artist Debra Sue Lachter and acrylic painter Kelly Pettit will have paintings of birds, barns, dogs and daisies. Knitter Julia Kane will have unique shawls that represent National Parks. Shell and driftwood artist Sara Gargiulo will feature holiday trees and candle holders, and photographer Mark Gargiulo’s printed cards and photographs will appeal to all. Come enjoy the charm of this location and the remarkable variety to choose from!

Please join us as we open our home studio in our downtown bungalow and enjoy some holiday handmade shopping and festive treats. Erica Passage will have her one-of-a-kind wheel-thrown pottery, and Libby Armstrong will be selling ceramic jewelry and other design items. 

 

Welcome to Indian Head’s collection of studio artists with host potters Dorrie Sanders -Duarte.  Dorrie’s decorative and functional wares are intentionally rough around the edges to highlight the marks that occur during the making process.   Mugs, plates, bowls, planters, welcome signs, kitchen tiles and garden stakes will be available.  Other artists include polymer painters Debo Groover and Kristina Wilfong Torrance and book artists AB Gorham.  Enjoy the warmth and charm of this Indian Head studio space and beautifully crafted works.     

1922 Chuli Nene

545 East Call Street

618 McDonnell Drive

Julie Guyot Studio features handmade pottery as well as gift items such as candles, cooking salts, fiber accessories and glass yard ornaments made by local and regional artisans. Stop by to browse the showroom, meet some of the artists, and munch on light holiday refreshments!

2107 Lee Avenue

Kate Piretti welcomes you to her Lee Avenue Studio with potters Mary Rault, Apsara Dhokalia and Gregg Matthews.   Kate’s textured, smoke fired surfaces accent her organic shaped bottles and functional wares.  Mary will have a variety of fun and fabulous mugs and bowls to select from.  Gregg will have stoneware tumblers, cups and bowls with sepia colored images of local flora and fauna fired into the ware.  Apsara will have intricately carved and colored vessels.  Many items to choose from.  It will be hard to pick just one for your morning coffee.  Come early before these are all gone. 

 

 

617 Beard Street

Welcome to Tiffiny Hewitt-Brown’s 1930's bungalow studio space in Midtown where you'll find aquatic themed art for indoors and out. Ceramic fish adorn fences and walls, functional pieces wear coastal blue-greens and a sea serpent resides in the garden.  For those inspired to create, look for the paper collage kits and original pastel-ready images perfect for children's gifts. 

554 E Georgia Street

Holly Hanessian - Professor of Ceramics at FSU welcomes you to her studio located in Lafayette Park.  Stop by to see porcelain tiles, jewelry and wheel-thrown objects that include doorknobs and other fun oddities.  Guest artist Ursula Vourvoulis will have her enameled jewelry and stenciled pillows available.  Members of FSU’s Ceraminoles will be around selling their work.  Come with an open mind and experience ceramics with an eye for the home and body adornment. Parking is available on the street and at the corner Church on Miccosukee and Georgia Street.

985 Sora - Woodville

Five women artists will share their secrets at this quiet wooded studio next to a private spring.  Mary Donahue’s earth tone sculptures are smoked fired while Nancy Jefferson enhances her watery blue forms with raku.  Both these women know how to best use dynamic firing techniques to create their work.   Jewelry maker Brenda Monroe, potters Kathryn Gibson and Lynn Quinsy will be on hand to show their unique works.  GO south toward Woodville.  Turn right on OAKRIDGE ROAD (go about 2 miles) Turn left onto BUNTING (dirt road), Right on TERN, left on FLICKER.  Go about 1 mile, turn right on SORA, cross power line road and into the woods. Left at the green and white sign.  Studio tour signs will be posted everywhere.  Park anywhere but please don’t block the road.

Peak into a glass studio at this year’s Under One Roof show.  This show features the works of well know Tallahassee potters Brian Bachman, Robin Rodgers, glass artist Lesley Nolan and enamellist Kathy Wilcox. This quartet of talent has been providing the Big Bend area beautifully crafted works for over 25 years.   A show not to be missed!   Under One Roof will be open all weekend Friday from 5-8 and Sunday from 10 to 4.   Head east on Miccosukee Road and go about a mile past the I-10 overpass to Justin Grant Trail on the right.

6460 Justin Grant Trail

1118 Brandt Drive

Watch demonstrations of pottery throwing and maybe try it yourself. Sue Stelzmann will be holding demos in hand building and selling her mugs. Ivy Frankenfield will be showing bowls, cups, catch-all trays, salt & pepper cellars and a small collection of watercolor paintings.   Lauren Anderson will have a variety of other-worldly sculptural works as well as unusual decorative bowls and cups.  Valerie Carnett and Bill Hudgens of Valhalla Pottery will have trays, mugs, tumblers, bowls, bakers, and vases.  So much to select from.  Be sure to stop by if you want to take a spin on a pottery wheel. 

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