In November we are celebrating the Art of Ceramics, what better art form to combine with the festivities of the Thanksgiving holiday, with mugs, bowls, and dishes to enjoy at the family table. Chester County has hundreds of practicing ceramics artists who create both functional and purely artistic works, and each of the 7 wineries below sought out ceramics artists that best fit with their tasting room clientelle, and each offers different venues for guests to enjoy the Art of Ceramics while enjoying a wonderful glass of wine. Cheers! and Happy Thanksgiving!
Ten Gallon Hat Winery
At Flickerwood's Tasting room in Oxford, across from The Oxford Art Alliance, the delightful cermamics of accomplished artist Deanna Haldeman will be for sale from Friday, Nov. 6th - Nov. 20th. Her show will start at the First Friday in Oxford on Nov. 6th from 6-9pm and conclude after the First Friday Art Stroll on Fri. Nov. 20th from 6 -9pm. Click the image for a link to the artist's site.
At Ten Gallon Hat Winery in ChaddsFord, popular local ceramic artist Bob Deane will be exhibiting his wheel turned vessels for customers to enjoy and purchase for their home and for gifts. Practical and pleasing to the eye, you can see more information on Mr. Deane's work by clicking the main image above.
At Galer Estate Vineyard & WInery in Kennett Square, two extraordinairy ceramic artists, and friends will open their show on Sunday November 22 from 3-7pm, and continue the show through the month of November. Rhoda makes sculptural wall pieces and Emily makes both functional and sculptural ceramic works using paper clay- a double treat!
At Stargazers Vineyard and Winery the work of Suzanne Kent will be for sale during the month of November, with a special display during their annual Dornfelder Day celebration at the winery on November 21. Her bowls and vessels are perfect complements to any table decor and are microwave safe too.
The Wilson Gallery at Wilson Vineyards will showcase the beautiful luminaries of artist Ki Crittenden during the month of November. For more examples of Ki's work, tap the image and check out her website!
At Flickerwood Winery's tasting room in Kennett Square, ceramic artist Peggy Oltman will show her myth inspired mugs with faces of nymphs, and of course Dionysus, the God of Wine! They will have a small reception at the First Friday Art Stroll on Nov. 6th from 6:30pm - 9pm and her work will be on display/sale through Nov. 20th.