Our apologies. We have suspended online sales of our pottery for the time being due to high demand.
See my new quirky cups at this show in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Occasionally I take a little time to work with porcelain, a more difficult clay to use than my usual stoneware clay. These have a celadon glaze, others are white or are shades of black and gray due to a special saggar firing. Look for a later post on saggar firing.
These are essentially small one of a kinds. There is a group of them at the Maine Potters Market right more and there will be a few new ones in my next firing (in a few weeks).
We’ll be on the Maine Pottery Tour again this year. We are offering a free Barbara Walch signature spoon to everyone who makes their way out to the studio in Thorndike this year.
You will find us at 33 Knox Station Rd
Thorndike, Maine. See location information here.
Open studios all over Maine
For more information visit the Maine Crafts Association website
A reminder that the Barbara Walch Pottery studio will be open Saturday and Sunday 10am-4pm for The Maine Pottery Tour this weekend. You can find out all about it on the Maine Pottery Tour’s Facebook Page. Forty studios throughout the state are participating. Here’s a link to a map of 16 Open Studios in Central Maine.
August 8 & 9
Studios open from 10 to 4