King's Point Pottery, and I'm excited to announce that Susan Lee Studios jewellery is now available in their fine craft gallery. If you haven't yet had the opportunity to visit, it's well worth your while.
This summer King's Point Pottery was rated the #1 shopping destination in Newfoundland and Labrador on TripAdvisor.com. And it's a well deserved title. Along with their own range of exquisite pottery, David and Linda have selected fine works of craft from the Atlantic provinces to showcase in their gallery. Amongst other fine pottery, you'll find wood carvings, glass work, jewellery, and photography. There is truly a gift for everyone to be found there. Even yourself! As I write this I'm enjoying a beverage in my new shino glaze crab mug, one of Linda and David's signature lines, that just had to come home with me.
King's Point Pottery is located on the Baie Verte peninsula, and there's tons to see and do in the area. I had never been there before, and I only barely scratched the surface. I'm looking forward to a return visit.
Until August 25th, you can save 10% on your registration for workshops at the Anna Templeton Centre. I'm teaching three workshops there this fall. A repeat of the same one I taught in the spring: Piercing & Riveting, as well as two new ones: Textured Ring Bands, and Pierced Ring Bands. Visit the Workshops page of my blog for more details, or visit the Adult Classes page on the Anna Templeton website to register. They have lots of exciting things on offer this fall!
Last but certainly not least, I'm so thrilled to be a part of the Doors Open Days event facilitated by the Newfoundland Historic Trust. On September 8-9 from
10am-4pm, visit locations around the city that you might not otherwise have the opportunity to see. While you can visit my studio by chance or by appointment year round, this will be a perfect opportunity to drop by and see me working at my jewellery. Feel free to ask questions! I'll also have jewellery on display for sale. Be sure to visit the other participating sites as well, you might learn something about what goes on behind the scenes that you didn't previously know!