The kids have been creating tons of great stuff lately. Just wanted to post a few of the finished products to share the talent.
perhaps a proud papa?
I've been waiting for what feels like FOREVER for my highway sign to go up (still waiting for one more).
It happened yesterday and I am so thrilled I just had to post it here. Feeling very professional today. Lesson learned from this experience......when paying in advance for anything - get ALL details in writing. I'm learning one step at a time :)
I've been so busy with many different things going on at Chetolah and have neglected to update. So lets start with the amazing write up on Cottage Life magazine's blog.
I have been blessed with many friends & family that help with work at Chetolah.......especially this summer. It's special to feel so well supported by the ones I love. Thanks everyone!
Over the past month I have been practicing my barista skills. Bold espresso, foamy cappucinos and lattes are being served from now on in the gallery. Coffee cards available and receive free drinks.
The kids clay classes have been progressing along and tons of creative things are going to be emerging from a glaze kiln firing tomorrow. I will be happy to see all the finished results.
This past weekend was the 48th Annual Muskoka Arts and Crafts Summer Show. It was the most glorious weather EVER. I was able to engage with many great vendors & customers.
Tara and amazing kids from Day 2 of Summer 2010 clay classes
Today was day 2 of Chetolah's clay classes for kids and already so much creativity is flowing. I'm so proud of all the amazing creations that were built by 2 different groups of vibrant kids. For more info on classes please call, email or click here.
Tara is a Dorset, Ontario-based artist. She creates both functional and decorative stoneware pieces out of Chetolah Pottery Studio, which she opened in 2007.