Studio opens ITS doors
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Potters Aysha Peltz and Todd Wahlstrom open their studio doors for their annual holiday show.
Potters Aysha Peltz and Todd Wahlstrom open their studio doors for their annual holiday show.
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WHITINGHAM- Town Hill Pottery invites all to its annual open studio holiday show on Thanksgiving weekend, Saturday, November 30, from 10 am to 5 pm and Sunday, December 1, from 11 am to 4 pm.

Studio potters Aysha Peltz and Todd Wahlstrom have had a very focused fall season working in their studios and they are feeling great about the new work coming out of the kilns. Wahlstrom has been revisiting a couple of older vases, pushing variations in scale and decoration. Peltz has just completed many dinner and salad plates. Brand new is a nice collection of dessert plates with playful rim shapes. The Town Hill Pottery Gallery and Tradwind Gallery will be full of these new pots and so many more.

Town Hill Pottery is located at 612 Town Hill Road. For more information visit www.townhillpottery.com or call (802) 368-2807.

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