Westwood Artists host ART SALE on Saturday


This Saturday, November 6th from 11am-3pm, TEN Westwood Artists will be selling their artwork at Westwood Senior Center, 60 Nahatan Street in Westwood, MA. Rain (or snow!) or Shine, the following artists will be outdoors on the lawn in front of the Council on Aging:

Fall 2021 Collection by Lisa WB Walker

Kathy O’Donnell ~ Origami Earrings; Jane Wojick ~ Pottery; Whim Chocolate ~ Handmade Artisan Chocolate; Rima Bechara ~ Mixed Media using Recycled Glass & Resin; Karen Flowers Cagan ~ Photography; Kathy Zola ~ Fiber; Betsy Husted ~ Hand-crafted Felt Garlands & Wall Art; Cindy’s Designs ~ Hand-crafted Jewelry & Acrylic Paintings; Marissa Esposito ~ Coastal Jewelry; and, Lisa WB Walker ~ Wheel-thrown and Hand-built Pottery

Join us to shop locally, support small businesses and have fun shopping handmade!


Fall “By the Ocean”



stamped oval dish with sneak a peak mug

Potters Place, a school and cooperative pottery studio, opens it’s doors for their annual holiday show and sale November 21,22 and 23.  As a member, I will be showcasing my collection of wheel thrown and hand built pottery.  Here’s a sneak peak of my Fall “By the Ocean” Collection. Enjoy!


Fall “By the Ocean” Bowl


Wave-y Bowls


Fall “By the Ocean” 14oz mugs


slip-trailed square votive dishes


Fall “By the Ocean” oblong plate with tiny bowl


Nutmeg glazed bowls


Fall “By the Ocean” platter

This collection follows my summer “By the Ocean” collection. Read more about it here.



“THINK BIG”, a Dedham Square Artist Guild sponsored art exhibit opens with a reception at the Dedham Community Theatre from 6-8PM on Thursday, November 14th.

Artists across eastern Massachusetts created 14 supersized works of at least 24 inches in different mediums that will be on display from Nov. 14 through January 2 at the Dedham Community Theatre on High Street.

About my piece:
My “BIG” vase was made in porcelain while I was studying art at Skidmore College. It was the last time that I had the opportunity to fire my work in a large reduction kiln. This type of firing uses gas and that is what produces these beautiful copper reds. The surface decoration feels very holiday to me with its reds and greens. I imagine this vase filled with an arrangement of red roses and white lilies, holly with tiny red berries, pine and perhaps ivy for a glorious centerpiece.

It’s functional pottery created to bring beauty to everyday life.

To purchase this one of a kind wheel thrown ceramic vase, please visit the Dedham Square Artist Guild gallery for details or stop by the reception this Thursday.

This beautiful photograph of my vase was taken by Kerry Hawkins. Please visit her website to see the wonderful images she captures with her camera.

Pottery Sale ~ Saturday, November 9th ~ 10am-3pm


Pottery Sale ~ Saturday, November 9th

Food and Pottery are a natural combination. Food grown on a neighborhood farm served on a platter handcrafted by a local artisan… what could be better?

Join me this weekend at Powisset Farm from 10AM to 3PM on Saturday, November 9th. The farm stand will have pork – smoked and not, fresh eggs from Moosehill Farm in Sharon, loads of veggies pulled fresh from the fields at Powisset Farm, pottery by local clay artisans Lisa WB Walker and Hogwild Pottery, photos of the farm crafted into cards, and so much more…

farm stand

Here’s how great food and handmade pottery work together…

butternut squash

Butternut Bread, by Tod Dimmick*

Ingredients *modified from original recipe:

  • 2/3 cup sugar
  • 1 1/2 cups white flour
  • 1 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • 1 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 tsp ginger
  • 1 tsp nutmeg
  • 1/2 tsp ground cloves
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 4 egg whites
  • 1 cup pureed butternut squash or pumpkin
  • 1/2 cup lite sour cream
  • 1/2 cup plus 2 tsp canola or vegetable oil


  1. Preheat your oven to 350. Spray your 9 x 5 loaf pan with buttered flavored spray12 cup mixing bowl
  2. In a mixing bowl, like this one featured above (holds 12 cups!), whisk flour, sugar, baking soda, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, ginger and salt.
  3. Using an egg separator (see below) add 4 egg whites to squash, sour cream and oil in an other bowl.egg separators
  4. With a rubber spatula, scrape the egg mixture into the flour mixture and stir to create a thick batter. Scrape mixture into loaf pan and slide into the middle rack of the oven.  Bake for one hour.butternut loaves
  5. When cool, serve on an oblong plate such as this one:Isabella oblong plate
  6. Serve bread with a fresh brewed cup of coffee or hot tea in a handmade mug:handmade traveling mugs

Come enjoy all the Farm has to offer this Saturday!

Powisset Farm