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.
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.
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.
Please join me for an Outdoor Sale with Westwood Artists. The Outdoor Sale on Saturday, November 7th is from 11am to 3pm on the green in front of the Council on Aging, 60 Nahatan Street in Westwood, Massachusetts.
Featured artists: Lisa WB Walker – pottery; Carol Ahearn – watercolors; Karen Cagan – photography; Jane Wojick – pottery; Maureen Obey – pastels and oil paintings; Mike Robrish – watercolors; Kathy O’Donnell – origami earrings; and Rita Bechara – mixed media paintings.
This is a social distanced sale. Masks are required. Hand sanitizer is available should you wish to interact with the art.
If you would like to purchase handmade from me but are unable or uncomfortable attending an in person event, please have a look at my pottery on my flickr account. I keep my inventory up to date and include information on each listing where to purchase and if items are available. Please email me to discuss options for contactless sales.
Please join me on Saturday for an Outdoor Sale with other Westwood Artists. The Outdoor Sale on Saturday, September 26th is from 10-2 at 6 Fisher Street in Westwood.
Featured artists: Lisa WB Walker – pottery; Carol Ahearn – watercolors; Karen Cagan – photography; Jane Wojick – pottery; Kevin Becker – glass; Rita Bechara – paintings.
This is a social distanced sale. Everyone will be required to wear a mask and maintain 6 feet from other shoppers. There will be hand sanitizer on site should you wish to interact with the art.
If you would like to purchase handmade from me but are unable or uncomfortable attending an in person event, please have a look at my new pottery here on my flickr account Just email me for prices and I can either package your paid purchases to pick up at the event, my home studio in Westwood or make other arrangements for contactless purchases, including shipping pottery.
If you are attending, I will have new work in addition to a few sale specials to make room for future work in my studio (this is not a seconds sale, but price reductions in some older pieces).
The Westwood Artists hosted Tricia White of T. White Creations and Norwood Space Center to speak to creative people about how to market themselves. The workshop was held on Wednesday, March 27th in the evening at the Westwood Public Library.
The turn out was great! Creative individuals from many different fields were in attendance to hear Tricia. It was the third workshop I had participated in with Tricia and it was still packed with new and innovated ideas. She is a fantastic speaker.
Session takeaways were: understanding your brand, the importance of a website, strategies to drive customers to your product or service, and marketing tips and tricks. I’ve already implemented a couple of her suggestions: updating my professional photo (coming soon), checking settings on linked in and updating information, as well as giving my social media a new look.
If you are in the creative service industry (or thinking about entering the industry) whether photography, art, food, writing, or designing, and you want people to find you and purchase your products or services, email the Westwood Artists at firstname.lastname@example.org to be added their mailing list. We are already working with Tricia to host a fall workshop with a focus on instagram or facebook.
Please join me and my Westwood Artists group at our 3rd annual holiday marketplace this weekend! We open our doors at 3:30PM on Friday, November 30th and say goodnight at 7PM. Our doors reopen at 10AM on Saturday, December 1st and close at 3PM. The Westwood Historical Society will host our event at their nostalgic Fisher School located at 830 High Street (route 109) in Westwood, MA. Find us across the street from St Margaret Mary’s church and down the hill from the Thurston Middle School. Signage and parking are ample!
We have a great line up of Westwood Artists all making, baking and selling their local wares in our hometown. You can’t get any more “LOCAL” than that! Shop Small with us by celebrating small businesses and helping communities thrive and stay vibrant.