Art on the Wabash Fair

The Art on the Wabash Fair was today and so I headed out first for a breakfast of crepes and hot tea at the Greyhouse Cafe and then to the art fair in Tapawingo Park, next to the levee.

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I love anything blue, so I purchased a blue and cream pottery bowl at Gail Johnston’s Hands of the Potter booth.  I fell in love with the creamy interior and blue rim.  Gail makes and sells stoneware, crystal, raku and fused glass art.  The pottery line I purchased from is microwave and dishwasher safe.  Heating in the oven should be done from a cold start.  See more of her art at .

Another favorite is Sharon Owens’ Inspired Fire booth, where I purchased a glass heart paperweight.  There’s a story to this shop, as about 4 or 5 years ago, I took a beginning glass blowing/ marble making class from her.  It was such a neat experience – I learned all about using the flame torch and making blown glass objects, beads and marbles.  She said I must return soon and take more classes!  And I think I shall!  You can see more of what she offers in her shop at .

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3 Responses to Art on the Wabash Fair

  1. Lucid Gypsy says:

    Beautiful work, I love individual hand made things!

  2. Lovely examples of sheer talent – thanks for sharing!

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