The Artisans' Co-op in Bodega is showcasing Ceramics Art. As ceramic artists, each of us utilizes different clay bodies, glaze applications, and firing techniques. Some of the pieces available are hand built, stamped, and molded to create items like dishes, wall hangings, decorative and functional dishes, and sculpture. Our other ceramicists work at the potter’s wheel, and throw bowls, vases, plates, mugs, and dishes. Much of the work we create is high fired in a gas kiln, leaving a finish that is food-safe and can be put the oven, dishwasher, and microwave. We also have artists that specialize in aesthetic pieces, and practice Raku firing, which is a Japanese firing technique that produces a unique and unpredictable blackened, metallic, or crackled finish. While our techniques vary, we each find beauty in the ability to transform clay into beautiful works of art.
Come and meet our potters and see several types of pottery techniques being demonstrated.
DEMONSTRATIONS: NOON TO 4PM
ARTISANS RECEPTION 4PM TO 7PM
RAFFLE DRAWING 6:00PM 1/28/17
Address: 17175 Bodega Hwy, Bodega, CA 94922
Open: 11am to 5pm Everyday
Phone: (707) 876-9830
From Jenner take Hwy 1 from Bodega Bay and make a left on Bodega Hwy
From Sebastopol take Bodega Hwy and go west.
Artisans' Co-op in Bodega will be having a huge sale and raffle on Jan. 28th. Every person attending Bodega Bay Chowder Day will receive a free Artisans' Co-op raffle ticket in their packet. Newcomers who attend the showcase for the first time will also be given a free raffle ticket. They are raffling off a piece of pottery from artisans Randy Snyder and Camille S. Hoffman. You must fill out and submit your raffle in the gallery on Jan 28th. At 6:00pm they will announce the lucky two winners. Free pottery demonstrations will start at noon until 4pm. Artists reception from 4pm to 7pm. Gallery Sale from noon to 7pm.