To find out about my upcoming shows in advance, please sign up for my mailing list. Otherwise watch this space, my Facebook page, my Instagram account, or my Twitter feed. Thank you very much for your interest!
Takoma Park Folk Festival, Sun. Sept. 10:
This is my third year doing this fabulous show, & I cannot wait. 6 stages of music, local food, & we local artists get to join in. If the past is an indicator, TPFF will be wonderful fun, & I'll be at Takoma Park Middle School as one of the vendors on Sunday Sept. 10th from 10:30am to 6pm -- please come by & say hello! For more info, check out the TPFF web site.
DC Clay Festival, Sun. Sept. 17:
All ceramic artists local to the DMV & live music -- what's not to love?? It's my first time joining the DC Clay Fest, and I'm excited. Stop by the Brookland Arts Walk on Sept. 17 between 11am & 4pm!
Port City Brewing Co., Sun. Sept. 24:
I'll be close to home at the excellent Port City Brewing Co. from 12pm to 5pm on 9/24 w/ the beloved Made in Alx community! This event is all local Alexandria makers and is dog- and kid-friendly. Please join that afternoon to sip their delicious cider & shop local. For more information, see the event on visitalexandria.com.
Old Town Alexandria art show, Sat. May 6:
I will be one of over 100 artisans, crafters, independent consultants, and other local small businesses looking forward to showcasing our products, just in time for Mother’s Day. Stop by John Carlyle Square between 11am & 5pm on May 6 & browse! You can read more about it here.
Made in Alx outdoor pop up, Sun. May 7:
I'll be be popping up outside the wonderful Made in Alx shop in North Old Town, at 533 Montgomery Street from 10am to 3pm that day! If you have not already been, the shop is a real treat, featuring only the work of us Alexandria locals & including everything from handmade art & crafts to local honey & games. I will be outside the front with my pottery on the 7th -- grab some coffee next door & come say hi!
Del Ray Artisans spring art market, Sat. May 13:
An annual tradition that I was sad to miss last year because of bad weather -- happily, on May 13th, I will be back outside with a fabulous array of local artists next to the beloved Del Ray Artisans Gallery at 2704 Mount Vernon Avenue between 10am & 4pm the day before Mother's Day! Bring mom along & enjoy this sweet Del Ray tradition. You can read more about it here.
I'll be a guest maker at Made in Alx through May & June:
In addition to the pop up above, 10 of my pieces will be in the Made in Alx shop through May & June. As I've said before, the store is lovely, & it has been a source for many a thoughtful gift I've given in the last couple years. I'm delighted to have my pieces in their shop for two months! Once again, they are at 533 Montgomery Street, right near St. Elmo's, & you can check them out online here (though I highly recommend an in-store browse if you can make it!)
Pottery & goats, Sat. April 29th, weather permitting:
My pots will be alongside the lovely work of my friend & fellow potter Sam Gordon of Great Hill Studio, in the company of the goats, chickens, & pigs of Innisfail Farm. Come join us any time between 11am & 5pm on Saturday the 29th ONLY (we're cancelling the 30th due to rain) at 11800 Fairfax Station Road in Fairfax Station, VA! This show will be rescheduled if the weather is bad.
Arlington, VA on Dec. 17:
Forever Grateful Holiday Market: for my last in-person show of 2022, I'll be part of the largest indoor market in the DC area as I join the Forever Grateful holiday event on Saturday, December 17 from 10am to 4pm at the Hyatt Regency at 2799 Richmond Highway in Arlington (Crystal City)! Guests can shop from us local businesses, enter to win raffle prizes, get gifts professionally wrapped, and enjoy food & drink. Entry into the event is now free, & a portion of the proceeds from the event will benefit Arlington Thrive and Arlington’s Food Assistance Center. Please spread the word about this show, & please do come out & show support if you're able!
Berkeley Springs, WV through Jan. 1, 2023:
A Season of Wonder: Thirty of my pots are
part of the holiday show in The Ice House Gallery at Independence & Mercer Streets
in beautiful Berkeley Springs, WV. Not only are the folks who help run the Ice House genuinely lovely, but the area is really breathtaking, & only miles
from the hiking & views of Cacapon State
Park. I highly recommend a trip (which we also personally make a couple times a year!).
Alexandria, VA on Dec. 4:
Four Mile Run Holiday Makers' Market: 30+ of us locals of all kinds -- artists, farms, bakers,
& makers -- will be alongside live music & BBQ on
Sunday, December 4 from 9am to 1pm at
4109 Mount Vernon Avenue in Alexandria!
I'm a regular customer of this market in its more-typical Sunday incarnation, so I'm excited to be a vendor in this larger, more-artisan-oriented
market on the 4th. If you bring a non-perishable food donation to to benefit ALIVE!, you'll earn a chance to win a basket of market goodies that includes one of my pots.
Chevy Chase, MD on Dec. 3:
James Renwick Alliance's JRA Day: A one-day
showcase of artists who are members of the James Renwick Alliance for Craft, this lovely, curated show is on Saturday, December 3 from 10am to 5pm at the Woman's Club of Chevy Chase (7931 Connecticut Ave.).
I am one of 44 artists in the show, & its categories include Ceramics, Fiber, Glass, Jewelry, & other media.
Arlington, VA on Nov. 12:
Dominion Hills Fall Craft Show: A small group of area makers will be gathering at the Dominion Hills Area Recreation Association
Community House at 6000 Wilson
Blvd on Saturday, November 12 from 10am to 5pm. For 19 years, his has been a tradition in the community, & I am excited to be joining it this year
for the first time. You can see a list of this year's featured artists here.
I just unloaded my (new!) gas kiln, finished a lovely, multi-day woodfiring in Nelson County, VA, & I am delighted to be a part of these outdoor markets in Alexandria this spring: