amy did a great job transforming the office and clay studio into a beautiful little shop for the weekend art walk. we were happy to meet so many new people and to visit with good friends who stopped by. everyone was thrilled to see all of the pretty one-of-a-kind pieces amy brought out for the show. her amazing doodads, those small treasures that can be used in a hundred different ways, are some of my favorite things. there were buttons, chopstick holders, beads, dangles, tiny dainty bowls, pendants, paperweights, bracelets and tabletop sculptures. amy's delicate porcelain jewelry delighted everyone and her paper goods, pillows, home accessories, charms and cups attracted lots of attention, although some of the younger attendees were a little disappointed to discover there was no soda pop at SODA.
amy and i chatted with customers in the office area and her studio-mate, ben ritchey showed his very handsome and tactile ceramic work in the clay studio. there were snacks and wine, music and lots of good company. we thank all of you who were able to stop by over the weekend.
now it's time to put the office back together and get to work!