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4911 Busbee Rd.
Seagrove, NC 27341
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Studio Touya is a handmade pottery studio located in Seagrove NC where Hitomi and Takuro Shibata set up studio and built Japanese style wood kiln. Our focus is to make simple& functional pottery by using local wild clay and wood firing technique. We named our pottery as "Touya" when we started our small pottery studio in Shigaraki, Japan, and it literary means "pottery house" in Japanese which we really like.

 The Art School at Old Church in Demarest, NJ for our 44th Annual Pottery Show & Sale November 30 through December 2, 2018

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The Art School at Old Church in Demarest, NJ for our 44th Annual Pottery Show & Sale November 30 through December 2, 2018


Hitomi and Takuro are excited to be a part of this amazing pottery show! We hope to see you there!

The Art School at Old Church in Demarest, NJ for our 44th Annual Pottery Show & Sale November 30 through December 2, 2018

http://www.oldchurchpotteryshow.org/

The 44th Annual Pottery Show & Sale (also known as the Old Church Pottery Show & Sale) is a nationally-renowned event among the clay community, and a destination for close to 1,000 pottery enthusiasts each year.

This year's potters are an eclectic group of 30 artists, hailing from across the United States and from Nova Scotia in Canada. The show will feature as many as 3,000 handmade pieces–from functional mugs, dishware, servers, and casseroles to sculptural works.

The show offers a unique opportunity to view an incredible collection of work, as well as meet and talk with these master artists. All pieces on exhibit are available for purchase.

Admission to the show is a suggested donation of $20 on November 30 (Opening Night and Reception), and $10 on December 1 and 2, 2018. All proceeds benefit The Art School at Old Church, a non-profit arts center.