Potters Guild Holiday Sale Comes To Wallingford’s Community Art Center
RELEASE – The Community Arts Center and The Potters Guild will host a holiday gift market featuring one-of-a-kind, handcrafted pieces of fine craft and pottery made by Potters Guild members.
The show and sale, held at CAC’s Duke Gallery (414 Plush Mill Road, Wallingford, PA), previews on Friday December 5th from 7-9:30pm and runs from Saturday December 6th through Saturday December 13th. Weekday hours are 10am-5pm and weekend hours are 10am-8pm.
The Holiday Sale is a great opportunity to buy local hand-made gifts while supporting area artists. The sale features a wide variety of items including functional and decorative ceramics, glass, paintings, clothing, mixed media, fiber art, handbags, jewelry, paper mache, flowers, wood, soap, baskets, metal and holiday décor from over 60 artists. A list of participating artists as well as a photo gallery of their work can be found at http://www.cacholidaysale.org/category/artists/.
Holiday Sale Special Events
When: Friday December 5th from 7-9:30pm
What: Preview of sale plus entertainment, light refreshments and drinks
Cost: $5 admission fee (Free admission for CAC Benefactors)
Men’s Shopping Night
When: Wednesday December 10th from 5-8pm
What: Men are invited to browse and shop while enjoying free wine, beer, snacks, and gift wrapping
Nadia Bond from the Potters Guild says, “I do all of my holiday shopping at the sale because in addition to the pleasant shopping experience, people on my gift list always value a handcrafted gift much more than something commercially manufactured. Gifts I buy at the Holiday Sale become treasured keepsakes.”
Community Arts Center is a non-profit institution offering classes in visual arts year round. A portion of sales from this event support on-site and outreach programming by the Arts Center. For more information or for driving directions, contact the Arts Center at 610-566-1713 or visit www.communityartscenter.org.
About the Community Arts Center
The Community Arts Center believes the arts are essential to human development and the well-being of society. We are dedicated to providing a nurturing environment for artists at all levels of their creative journey, encouraging participation in the arts through advocacy, education, and outreach, and serving as a vital creative resource for the community.
The Community Arts Center was founded in 1948 by a group of local artists. Throughout its long and successful history the Arts Center has continually pursued excellence in all areas of its programming, expanding course offering and other programs to meet the needs of its community.
About the Potters Guild
The Potters Guild is a collective of thirty professional potters and clay artists founded in 1964. It is rooted in the concept that a pot is more than one person deep. Members share a library, materials, equipment, and most important, a common love, the discipline of working in clay.