The 11th Annual Cincinnati Clay Alliance Holiday Pottery Fair showcases the perfect handmade gifts for the season made by local ceramic artists!
Held indoors at the Kennedy Heights Arts Center Linder Annex on Saturday, December 4th from 10 am-3 pm, this one day show will feature a select group of the region’s esteemed ceramic artists. There are a great combination of established and emerging ceramic artists at this year’s event. Established artists include Brenda Tarbell with her organic porcelain sculptures, Richard Overman and his animal inspired functional ware, Terri Kern with her narrative vessels & jewelry and Lisa Conner who creates an eclectic mix of functional and sculptural work. We have a nice group of talented emerging artists as well including Jen Watson of Bud and Bowl, a small batch pottery, and Ryan Durbin of RD Ceramics who specializes in functional pottery for everyday use.
A variety of unique handmade ceramic items will be available to fit every budget. From artisanal plates, mugs and bowls for your kitchen, to ceramic vases, sculptures & décor for your home and garden to one of a kind jewelry and ornaments, you’re sure to find the perfect item that no store has!
Don’t miss out on this one day a year special event which includes free admission, door prizes, light refreshments, and free parking! Marty’s Waffles food truck on site from 10am – 2pm. It is important to keep everyone as safe as possible. To that end, we will be following CDC guidelines and will have some hand sanitizer and masks available at the door. There will also be some open studios at the Annex for guests to visit and a few socially distanced tables for people to sit should the need arise. Be sure to check out the Clay Alliance on their website at ClayAlliance.org and follow Clay Alliance on Facebook and Instagram for sneak peeks of finished work and work in progress!