some of you have never been to the shop in littleton, so i thought i would share a few shots of the place. the space is pretty small, about 420 square feet. i that space we have a kiln, slab roller, potter's wheel, a big architect's desk for working upon, a cash register, several show cases, and lots of artist supplies. we reallly try to get as much art in there as we can. early on, we put in ledges instead of trying to put nails in the wall for framed work. it works out really nicely. we also did some shelves made from brackets on to which books sit. then work can be placed on the books. it's a nice look, but unfortunately we found teresa's pottery is not steady enough on the books.
anyway, some shots for you to enjoy wherever you are!
and don't forget to click on photos for a larger view.
|tom's work in clay|
|teresa's pottery and radios|
|the "book" shelves with ruth's work and collage materials for sale|
|the work table, re-purposed for the moment, as display space|
|the register, as positioned for our may show|