Traveling is a big part of where I find inspiration for my one of a kind wheel thrown and hand built functional pottery. I was able to travel this year to Bermuda in late August. Below are photographs of finished pottery and where ideas have come from. My collections should be seen as one big painting; all the parts together tell the story of the experience.
I’ll be selling this collection at the 7th annual Medfield Stroll on Friday, December 3rd. As one of 40 participating artists juried into this event, I will be situated in the Memorial Public Library, 468 Main Street, Medfield, MA. The event is one day from 4pm to 9pm. The Cultural Alliance of Medfield is organizing this event and very active in promoting the Arts. Click here to find out more about this event and the Alliance.
This Saturday, October 16th from 11am-2pm, the Westwood Artists will be selling their artwork at 695 High Street in Westwood, MA. Rain or Shine, the following artists will be undercover but outdoors: Carol Ahearn (Watercolor, Acrylic), Karen Cagan (Photography), Kathy O’Donnell (Origami Earrings), Betsy Husted (Hand-crafted felt garlands & wall art), Kathy Zola (Fiber), Whim Chocolates (inside Decor & More), and Lisa WB Walker (Wheel thrown & Hand built Pottery). Join us to shop locally, support small businesses and have fun shopping handmade!
I’m selling my small batch pottery collections this weekend on Saturday, June 5th from 11:00AM to 3:00PM outdoors with fourteen other Westwood Artists. My table will be set up outside under the gazebo on the lawn in front of the Westwood Senior Center. It is a rain or shine event. Please stop by to shop and support local artists at 60 Nahatan Street in Westwood, MA.
Westwood Artists who will be selling their wares are: Lisa WB Walker, Carol Ahearn, Karen Flowers Cagan, Jane Wojick & Kathy Zola, Kevin Becker, Doug Hyde, Betsy Husted, Brenda April, Maureen Obey, Rima Becharia, Mike Robrish, and Cindy Senerchia. More information about the event can be found here.
To purchase ahead of the sale, please check out my available inventory with pricing and links to how to purchase directly.
As an artist, I work in small batches to create collections in clay like a painter creates a painting. The difference being that one can lift a piece out of my “painting” and interact with it. During the pandemic, I’ve spent my time working in my home studio, teaching art virtually and caring for my family. In the winter months, I worked on a collection entitled “Dreaming of a tropical vacation” because I was. This spring, I have returned to the decorator series to craft new work that reflects the home. Perhaps it was watching the birds out my kitchen window and tending to the plants growing in my house that my collections reflect these moments in time. I considered the simple pleasures of filling vases with flowers, setting the table for the family meal and enjoying the way light interacts with glazed pottery in use. After all, the art an artist creates reflects the life they live.
I’m selling my small batch pottery collections this weekend outdoors in Westwood, MA with four artist friends. We had a wonderful time safely interacting with customers last fall and have decided that a Pop Up Mother’s Day Sale on Saturday, May 8th from 11am – 3pm would be the perfect environment to sell our artwork. We will be following all the safety protocols for a safe selling experience. My table will be set up outside of Decor and More flanked by the other artists. It is a rain or shine event. Please stop in on Saturday to shop at 695 High Street (Post Office Plaza) in Westwood, MA.
Opening my kiln in April is all about spring and how the potter creates items to bring beauty to the home both indoors and out. Spring is about flowers and bright colors, berries and birds.. It’s about prepping for Mother’s Day gift giving and sales. Here is a look at some of my favorite pieces from this month’s kiln opening…
If you are interested in purchasing my pottery, available items, pricing and how to purchase are attached to each of my flickr listings. Click here for more info.
Opening a glaze kiln can be like Christmas and … it can also be like Halloween. This last run was filled with new discoveries and spring cheer. Here is a look at some of my favorites.. Pricing and purchasing information is just a click away SHOP HERE.
Last minute pottery shoppers, there is still time to shop for your Valentine for curbside pick up in Massachusetts. Contact me through my website www.lisawbwalker.com More pottery for sale at Custom Art Framing in Norwood, MA; Dedham Exchange in Dedham, MA, and Decor & More in Westwood Ma. Contact info HERE.
I’ve just completed an update on my website with class updates and how to purchase my pottery until December 31, 2020. I’ve been stopping in at the galleries and shops that support me and filling in with new pieces for the final days of in-store shopping. The snow is falling and spring ideas are starting to pop into my head. I’m looking forward to creating new work and completing some special orders in 2021. Be Well and Stay Safe.
Westwood Artists host 3rd Outdoor Marketplace this Saturday, December 12th from 11am to 3pm. My table will be set up in front of Decor & More at 695 High Street, Westwood, MA. Joining me will be Carol Ahearn – watercolors & acrylics; Karen Cagan – photography; Jane Wojick – pottery; and, Kevin Becker – blown glass. No matter what the weather, we’ll be there as we have a roof over the sidewalk where we will be selling.
Shopping local and small business helps artists and makes for some wonderful personal connections to take place. Pottery may be purchased ahead of time and picked up at this event or a curbside contactless sale is easy to set up. Please shop my inventory and click on the photo you like for pricing and how to purchase directly from me.