Annual Berkeley ceramics studio’s show and sale is just in time for the holidays

Everything for sale is made by studio members and ranges from functional work — bowls, plates, teapots, tea bowls, mugs, jugs, vases, pitchers and so on — to non-functional sculptural work to ceramic jewelry. [Learn more HERE.] The opening night party on Friday includes a raffle of members’ work, plus music, drinks, and food.

Friday, Dec. 8: 6 – 9 p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 9: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 10: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Where: 1221 Eighth St., Berkeley (off Gilman Street)

From the Potters’ Studio website:
The Potters’ Studio, a Berkeley-based clay studio, will be open December 8–10 for our annual Holiday Sale. More than 40 members of the studio will be selling their work in person at The Holiday Sale. All of the ceramic work for sale is made by members in our 6000-square-foot, spacious, high-ceilinged studio and fired in our 11 indoor electric kilns and 5 outdoor gas kilns. Ceramic work includes functional work (bowls, plates, teapots, teabowls, mugs, jugs, vases, pitchers, and more), non-functional sculptural work, and ceramic jewelry. The weekend-long Holiday Sale will kick off at 6 p.m. Friday, December 8 at the Potters’ Studio, 1221 8th Street. The sale continues December 9 + 10, Saturday and Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Artists represented include:
Ruth Breslin
Caitie Bryson
Donn Buchfinck
Colette Cann
Deborah Carlin
Heather Chan
Deanna Dalton
Brigid Gaffikin
Lynne Geries
Chris Hacnik
Kirby Hutson
Jennifer Joh
Alexandra Kahn
Kerry Kaneda-Meyer
Hilla Kariv
Astrid Keene
Nitzan Koppel
Charley Kuizin
Laura Leaverton
Silvio Lesnick
David Livingston
Barbara Llewellyn
Cole Margen
Gail Miles
Haidy Paez
Jill Perakis
Olivia Petti
Beth Rockmill
Dana Rosenberg
Emily Rupert
Kevin Scheer
Barbara Sebastian
Andrea Segall
Mike Sobel
Alex Stone
Haley Tessler
Takahiro Unno
Kenneth Weidner
Stacia Wyman
Haemi Yoon-Hendricks

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