Bucks County native Lisa Naples has created a vibrant teaching studio at 34 Bridge St. in Frenchtown, N.J.
Just two years and two months in this new space, the community that has formed is expansive, supportive and creating like crazy. Here Naples continues her annual fall sale tradition, begun from her barn in Doylestown many years ago. This event, the be held Dec. 9 and 10, opens the studio doors so visitors can come in, see and purchase what’s been cooking for the past year.
In addition to Naples’ pottery and sculpture, this year’s show will feature the work of community members: Elsa Mora Hornberg (curator and artistic director at ArtYard), Josephine Mette Larsen (Resident Artist at The Clay Studio in Philadelphia), Tom Hubben (sculptural vessels), Tyree Dworak (animal sculpture and precious metal jewelry) and Jean Kuhn (upcycled denim home-goods).
The studio will be transformed into a gallery for the event running 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Dec, 9 and noon-5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 10. Come early for best selection.
Naples is an internationally recognized, award-winning ceramic artist. She has studied, taught and meandered with clay (nationally and internationally) for 45 years. To learn more about her and what she’s been up to in Frenchtown most recently, visit her website: www.LisaNaples.com.