Joanna Angelos, welcomes you to her barn studio featuring works by ceramic artists Art Odeneal, Debbie Lightsey and Joanna Angelos. You will find totem sculptures, raku vessels, decorative functional ware, urns, mugs and bowls. In addition, artists Walt Wager (woodturning), Barbara Edwards (jewelry/photography), Sara Gargiulo (oyster shell craft) and Debra Lachter (painting) will be featured. A full-scale art show, this location will have a variety of artwork for sale by local artists. Refreshments provided.
2079 Ox Bottom Road
Enjoy the calm shopping vibes of the Branch Street Bungalow. Erica Passage, Janae Easton of Platypusfile, and Libby Armstrong of The Oak & the Fern will have a vibrant selection of handmade objects and new work on display and for sale. There will be tours of the onsite studio, beverages for sipping, and a gift basket giveaway to one of our lucky guests! From pottery to jewelry to sculptural objects to other handmade items, experience a gorgeous selection of artwork at this must-visit location.
Branch Street Bungalow
1500 Branch Street
For over 50 years, Lafayette Arts and Crafts Center has been providing the community with pottery and art classes. With year-round classes there are many opportunities to learn about ceramics. This year, the LA&CC will be hosting a range of students, teachers and seasoned potters selling their work. Find out about classes, look around the center and meet some of the students who have been taking classes at the center.
Lafayette Arts & Crafts Center
501 Ingleside Avenue
Myakka Clayworks ceramic studio is at the home of Dorrie Sanders-Duarte. In her garage, you'll be able to see a production pottery work space where she creates both hand built and thrown pieces using white earthenware clay. Her carved illustrations are whimsical, colorful and made vivid with contrasting patinas. Her inventory includes mugs, kitchen tiles, serving bowls, lamps, and much more. Also featured at this location, local artists Debo Groover and Tina Torrance of Debortina Studios featuring their stunning polymer clay paintings of birds and fauna and watercolorist Eva-Lynn Powell. Light refreshments will be served.
1922 Chuli Nene
Indian Head Acres
This show features the works of well know Tallahassee ceramic artists Brian Bachman, Robin Rodgers, 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 4:30-8 and Sunday from 12 to 4.
Under One Roof
1600 Miccosukee Road
Come visit this petite midtown basement studio to view the newest ceramic creations, perfect for holiday gift giving or treating yourself. Step inside the vintage travel trailer and choose from plates, bowls, butter dishes, cups, vases, mugs, bracelets, pendants, sgraffito ornaments and wall hangings for the garden, porch and home. Enjoy a homegrown pumpkin muffin and a cup of tea while you shop.
617 Beard Street
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!
Julie Guyot Studio
618 McDonnell Drive
Mikiko welcomes you to her home studio where she creates her vases, tea ceremony settings, rice bowls, sake cups, bottles, sculptures and wheel thrown vessels. Her intricate pottery designs are linked to her lifelong practice of Japanese calligraphy, sumi-e, tea ceremony, and flower arrangement. Some of her work utilizes symbols related to Buddhism and Shintoism, paying homage to her family traditions. A rare opportunity to see a seasoned artist in her work environment.
11773 Grazing Buck Lane
Enjoy wheel throwing demonstrations at Spiral Studio with clay artists Ashley Bennett of Labyrinth Pottery and Matt Johnson of Stoked Ceramics. Ashley’s work offers a variety of functional pottery, jewelry, and barrettes. Matt specializes in the art of throwing. His plates, bowls, teapots, mugs, and vases are everyday functional wares that are dishwasher and food safe. See how it’s made while you shop at this Levy Park location.
1506 Milton Street
David Wray’s studio is a rustic 1920s bungalow where he works on pottery and sculptures. The studio sits on a spacious lot tucked away from view of the street, with heavy vegetation providing privacy. David is currently working on a series of functional ceramics and sculptural pieces. Visitors can tour the studio, stay warm by the fire, and purchase sculptural pieces and paintings and production wares such as ramekins, chip-and-dip platters, and mugs. Joining David will be woodworker Bryan Clark. Plenty of parking available.