Meanwhile, 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.
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.
We emptied our wallet in Santa Fe, but brought back 16 good-to-fabulous pots: one each from Cochiti, Isleta, Jemez, Kewa, Nambe, Navajo, Ohkay Owinge, San Ildefonso and Zuni, two from Hopi and Zia, and three from Santa Clara, including one of the biggest surprises I've ever had. Then picked up a few more at an auction. Good news: you Browse the site and you'll find most of them at the bottom of their pages. Less good news for everyone but me: three sold almost immediately, one on the day after I put it on the site and two two days after I put them up. Not quite sure about what happens next. Supposedly, I'll be giving a talk at the San Francisco Main Library about our Enid Foster book, but no word from them yet on scheduling. Will let you know when I know something. The pottery talk we did in Sausalito in September drew a surprisingly large crowd and went swimmingly.
Then, it's get ready for the no-longer-in-Marin Show. I'll send more details about it as we get closer to the day.
WHERE TO CATCH UP WITH US NEXT
WE'RE BACK FROM SANTA FE WITH MORE POTS AND MORE PLANS.
LONG-TERM PLAN: LOOKING FORWARD TO SAN FRANCISCO'S VERSION OF THE MARIN SHOW.
SHORT-TERM PLAN: FUTURE A BIT CLOUDY