98th Street Potters Holding Open Studio Holiday Sale

SPONSORED

The artists of 98th Street Potters invite you to the third annual Holiday Pottery Sale Open House starting Thursday and running through Sunday (see hours below).

Here you will find handcrafted ceramics to grace your table and give as thoughtful gifts. This is holiday gift shopping made easy and all artworks are handmade on site by the artists.

Featuring the work of Barbara Beck, Edith Gwathmey, Alicia Benoist and Alison Ostergaard. Come find an exciting array of handmade pottery such as:

Yarn Bowls for Knitters
Hand-painted Serving Bowls and Trays
Honey and Garlic Pots
Four Finger Mugs
Soap Dishes
Tea Light Votives
Salt Cellars
Holiday Ornaments
Cream & Sugar Sets
Vases
Wall Hangings

AND MORE…

Please join the potters for a glass of wine while you shop for unique gifts and works of art. There is no charge for this four-day event!

Dec 14, Thursday 5pm-8pm
Dec 15, Friday 4pm-9pm
Dec 16, Saturday 11am-6pm
Dec 17, Sunday 1pm-5pm

200 West 98th Street
Lower Level, Near Amsterdam Ave
NYC 10025
212-724-1828

www.98thstreetpotters.com

ABOUT THE STUDIO

98th Street Potters is the studio space of Barbara Beck, Alicia Benoist, Edith Gwathmey, and Alison Ostergaard. Each potter has a unique and distinct body of work that reflects their personal interests and study of ceramics over many years. You can view examples of the work at www.98thstreetpotters.com/gallery .

The studio was established three years ago on West 98th Street when five potters came together to pool resources, support each, share space and offer their work to the community through open houses.

Join the email list or connect through Facebook by visiting the studio’s website at
www.98thstreetpotters.com

After the holidays, visit and shop by appointment! Call 212-724-1828 or message through our website.

98th Street Potters
200 West 98th Street
Lower Level – Near Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY 10025
212-724-1828
Train/Bus: #1 and M104 to West 96th Street

Yarn Bowls for Knitters!

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