Mary Fox Pottery – What’s New in 2011?

Mary Fox Pottery – What’s New in 2011?

Mary Fox Pottery has a fantastic new website, and I’m thinking you just might want to bookmark the address!

This is just a little glimpse of the website’s home page… and what you’ll find once you’re there… in the gallery that is!

Why not stop by for a visit and see Mary’s creations for yourself.

321 – 3rd Avenue, PO Box 35
Ladysmith, BC V9G 1A1

Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 1 to 5 pm

For more information click here

If you want to stop by at any other time, you just might be in luck. Mary says the doors may be open by chance or by appointment! If you live too far away, you can also order on line here – but beware, this is not a catalogue. Every piece is custom, made by hand, one-of-a-kind. No two pieces are exactly alike, and what you see today may be gone tomorrow. If you see something you like, don’t wait to enquire. I urge you to visit the website to see what’s in the gallery this month. The photographs are just beautiful!

You may remember my post from back in November, Mary Fox: World Class Artist – Timeless Creations. Naturally, I have fallen in love with yet another crawl glaze piece, one that would be a perfect sibling to the piece we already own…

Terra Sigilatta Blue Slip Vase (Photo Credit: Teddy McCrea)

I haven’t gotten over Pantone’s 2010 colour of the year yet – turquoise – and find the colour of this crawl glaze incredible. Hhhhh, sorry Pantone 2011 ‘Honeysuckle’… maybe another day.

To find out more about what’s happening at Mary Fox Pottery… like the ‘Potters Discussion Group’ that Mary hosts free of charge, or her upcoming exhibitions, lectures and workshops… click here.

Do you have a Mary Fox piece showcased in your home? What style do you own? What’s on your wishlist? I’d love to read your comments…

Looking for some help with your styling and décor? Wanting to showcase something special? Maybe we can help. Contact us to schedule your introductory consultation – remember the first ½ hour is on the house!

All images from Mary Fox Pottery website

Photo credits: Teddy McCrea (Island Estuary B&B)

Mary Fox Pottery website by Paul Mycroft Design

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