I loved these pieces in the window at Panama Pottery, locked up in a metal shed. For sale?
I also really liked the fountain made with a copper basin attached to a metal gate (by Jorge Lozano of Lozano's Art in Sacramento)!
These strawberry jars might work ... I'm incorporating edibles in my landscape... vegetables, citrus ... hmmm.....strawberries?
I was told that the inventory is low at this time of year (January/February) but really picks up starting in March and April. I saw a large volume of pots on hand, so it must be crowded in the spring. The company carrys a wide range of pottery, handmade terra cotta that they fire on site, as well as Talavera pottery, imported from Mexico ...
and, a wide range of imported pottery, both rustic and glazed.
It also has sculpture ...
classes (mosaic, clay hand building and wheel throwing, for teens and adults),
and, if you're ready to go big time with your ceramc art, studio spaces that are available for rent.
...lizards, clay knife holders, and a peek into one of their storage lockers for their resident potters,
who get to use their beehive kilns. Very impressive!
If that's not enough variety for you, one of their potters is also a farmer who brings in fresh eggs and seasonal produce available on Saturdays, sometimes. Check them out, they're happy to have visitors, even school tours! Panama Pottery, celebrating its 98th year in business!
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