Posts Tagged ‘Ronan Kyle Peterson’

Ronan Kyle Peterson Offers Annual Open Studio and Holiday Sale at Nine Toes Pottery in Chapel Hill, NC – Dec. 3-5, 2010

Thursday, November 11th, 2010

Peterson writes to tell our readers to “Save the Date” for the first weekend in December. (I wonder if anything else is going on that weekend?) That is Friday, Dec 3-Sunday, Dec 5, 2010, he will be having his annual Open Studio and Holiday Sale, so swing on by for some gift buying, for others and for yourself as well!

1110ronankylepeterson2

Peterson says more details will be coming, but you can check out (www.ninetoespottery.blogspot.com) for unfolding details, or check out the Nine Toes Pottery page on Facebook.

Here’s the catch:

The studio is located behind a home on a small private street called “The Glen” off Franklin Street in Chapel Hill. The Glen looks like a driveway and is easy to miss. It is located at the crest of Franklin Street between Glendale Drive and Park Place.

1110ronankylepeterson1

Here’s some directions to help you out and of course there is always Google Maps.

From downtown Chapel Hill: Take Franklin Street East, go past N. Boundary St, get in right lane. Look for a small white sign on the right reading “The Glen”, turn right at sign and go to the bottom of hill. Make the first right into #4 The Glen.

From Durham/Raleigh: Take 15-501 towards Chapel Hill. Take the Franklin Street exit. After Estes intersection, get in left lane. Go past Cafe Driad, when you pass Davie Circle, put left blinker on and start slowing down. At very top of hill turn left at the small black sign reading “The Glen”. Go to the bottom of hill and make the first right into #4 The Glen.

Park out front and walk along the driveway to the back of the house.

You can call 919/225-6160 if you get turned around.

For further info you can also visit (www.ninetoespottery.com).

Claymakers in Durham, NC, Presents a Holiday Exhibit

Thursday, November 11th, 2010

Notices about pottery events are coming in fast now, so we may have posting – one, right after another.

Claymakers in Durham, NC, is presenting an exhibit entitled, Season of Lights, to help celebrate the holiday season and bask in the warm light of luminaries, candle holders, and plenty of other pots available for the pottery lovers on your holiday gift lists – including yourself. The exhibit will open on Nov. 19, 2010, and continue through Jan. 14, 2011.

1110claymakersJoLovorn
Work by Jo Lovvorn

Season of Lights features the work of local ceramic artists Susan Filley, Evelyn Ward, Jo Lovvorn, Ronan Kyle Peterson, Julie Olson, Gillian Parke, Marsha Owen, Barbara McKenzie, Doug Dotson, and others. Functional pottery as well as one of a kind ceramic vessels will be included in their offering of porcelain, stoneware, raku, and earthenware pieces.

1110claymakersEvelynWard
Work by Evelyn Ward

Happy Holidays from everyone at Claymakers!

Claymakers is located at 705 Foster Street in Durham, NC. Gallery hours are Tue.-Sat., 11am-6pm.

For further information call 919/530-8355 or visit (www.claymakers.com).