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NOTHING SHORT TERM, BUT WE PLAN TO BE BACK IN SANTA FE IN AUGUST













WHERE TO CATCH UP WITH US NEXT

We had a great Marin Show, saw a lot of old friends and made some new ones. These days it becomes harder and harder for mr to travel long distance for shows, so for the immediate future, I'll be doing Marin in February and don't plan any other shows. However, future history is always subject to change. If I decide to do a show somewhere, I'll let you know, but in the meantime, you can always give me a phone call or send an email and arrange to meet me here. That's how a lot of those old friends got to be friends in the first place. And, if you're in New Mexico or Arizona, perhaps you can catch up with me on our August trek. As of the moment, I'll arrive in Santa Fe on Asugust 8 and stay through Indian Market. For most of the time, I'll be at the usual oasis: the Santa Fe Inn and Motel, home of the best breakfast on the planet You can email me at the address on this site, or call my cell phone. Clinging to my Old Guy habits, I only use it when I travel. but the number is 415-378-3479.

  


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Make sure you see our best pottery book. After 20 years, we updated Southwestern Pottery, Anasazi to Zuni into an expanded Second Edition with all new photographs and text. It's a lot bigger than the First Edition, and people tell us it's a lot better.

AND, AN UPCOMING EVENT. At 7 p.m. on Sepatember 19, a Thursday evening, I'll be in the Sausalito City Council Chambers, repeating a pottery talk I did at the Marin Show a few years ago. It's now updated and expanded, and it's the best pottery show and tell I've ever given. The Council Chambers are on the same floor as the Sausalito Library, just down the hall and around the corner.

NOTE: We encourage you to make it to any upcoming shows we announce. Sometimes pots get to the show before we they get to the site. Even though we update pretty much weekly, every so often a wonderful piece (examples: a rare 19th-century Mojave or O'odham figurine, a Hopi seed jar later attributed to Nampeyo and a bargain-priced Lucy Lewis) sells at a show before we post it.