Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Holiday 2013 Vashon Island Art Studio Tour

Great colors and great selection at Liz’s studio sale!  
To preview the art and download an Art Studio Tour map, visit:

Barred Owls
The clear voiced Barred Owl 
has an eerie call that sounds like 
“Who cooks for you? Who cooks for you all?”

A mixed owl boxed set of 8 cards makes a great holiday gift!  Call or email to order.  $24 per box plus + $3 shipping and handling.  Orders shipped within WA state add 8.6% sales tax.

Empty Bowls—An Artful Celebration of Sharing!

Empty Bowls—An Artful Celebration of Sharing!

The Community Meal Program, sponsored by the Vashon Social Services Network, is pleased to announce there will be an opportunity to dine on a simple meal of soup and bread on Friday evening, November 8th at the Presbyterian Church.  Island artists, young and old, under the enthusiastic coordination of local potter Liz Lewis, have contributed hand crafted bowls for the event.  In exchange for a cash donation, guests are asked to keep a bowl as a reminder of all the bowls empty of food around the world.  

Clay campers pitched in!

Joy Goldstein and friends making bowls!

Saturday, April 6, 2013

Spring 2013 Vashon Island Art Studio Tour

Spring 2013 Vashon Island Art Studio Tour

Two weekends, May 4-5 and 11-12, 10am-5pm each day

Liz Lewis Pottery will be studio #9 on the Spring Tour!

Earthenware dishes, bakeware and serving pieces of all shapes and colors (lots of the new red!)  Hot new raku pieces!

See the finished sea life mural created by the students here at Liz Lewis Pottery!

Check out Liz's new owl face cup series!

Check out the tour website with an interactive slide show of artists at work and a map of this free, self-guided tour.

The Vashon Island Art Studio Tour

The Vashon Art Tour is held twice a year—always on the first two weekends of December and the first two weekends of May.

For the last 30 years a consistent but fluid group of island artists have shared a commitment to developing the Tour as a cooperative and sustainable way to show and sell their work.  

On the Art Tour visitors will see extraordinary art exhibits put on by the artists themselves in a variety of venues -- studios, workshops, gardens, a yurt, an old auto repair shop, a restaurant, at least one hallway, and several established retail shops and galleries.  

Some studios will have demonstrations going on throughout the weekends.  Visitors can watch a Northwest Native carver at work, observe the art of Ukrainian egg decorating, blow their own glass ornaments, and see pottery wheel throwing demonstrations.  

Invite a friend, cross the water and enjoy a day or weekend of art on beautiful Vashon Island.  It's just a short ferry ride from West Seattle (Fauntleroy), Tacoma (Point Defiance), or Kitsap (Southworth):

2013 Summer Clay Camps

2013 Summer Clay Camps for kids and teens at Liz Lewis Pottery!!
Register for these camps at:  
Clay camps are way cool!
It's fun to come together as a group, share our knowledge, get our hands in the clay, use the tools, express our unique interests and observations through the clay.
This summer's themes:
"Bugs and Bowls" for ages 4-6, July 24-26
"Rattlesnake" for ages 6-10, June 24-28
"Snowy" for ages 6-10, Aug 19-23
"Huckleberry" for ages 6-10, Aug 26-29
"Fired Up!" for ages 10-17, July 8-12

Older teens will be on board as teaching interns for the camps.
Adults interested in pottery classes, watch for offerings in the fall and winter/spring sessions.
For dates, prices and to enroll go to