Saturday, January 31, 2015

This is my first post of the new year 2015, and I apologize for not keeping everyone informed of what has been new in my world of pottery, so I present here a few pictures.  




Monday, August 25, 2014

Ok, so I know that I have been remiss on making entries here on this blog....things have been busy and much has changed in my life since the last entry.....but enough about me, let us talk pottery!  I have most recently been involved in the Glen Park Art Show July 26th & 27th, and the Elmwood Festival-of-the-Arts August 23rd & 24th, and can next be seen at the Niagara Celtic Heritage Festival on September 12th & 13th at Krull Park in Olcott, NY. I hope to see you there!  Here are some recent examples of my work.





Monday, April 30, 2012

Going a bit wild

Well, it has been an interesting 7 or 8 months, my wife filed for divorce and that has turned things in my life upside down.  I am still creating things, they are just a bit stranger and illustrated here.

Here's to creation,
As strange as you are!
Here's to vacations,
May you travel afar!

Here's to my pottery,
Original and unique,
So, take a gander below,
Why not have a peek?







Tuesday, September 6, 2011

A busy few weeks!


Well, The last few weeks have been a busy time! Starting with the Lewiston Art Festival in mid-August, then the Elmwood festival of the Arts August 27th & 28th, then I was in Dallas, TX for much of this past week.
Now, we start again! This upcoming weekend (September 10th & 11th) look for Bizarre, Amazing & Magical Pottery at the Colden Art Show in Colden, NY from 9am - 5pm each day, look for site 13 outside next to Memorial Park!


Then, the following weekend of September 17th & 18th, I will be at the Niagara Celtic Heritage Festival in Olcott, NY in Krull Park! Dressed in my kilt!



Saturday, June 11, 2011

Some BIG News!

First, I want to apologize because I have not updated this blog in a while. Not because I have not been busy, its just that it was on the back burner.
What I wanted to share with you was some upcoming news about shows I plan on being in and that today I launched my website! I will be launching a few new lines of items at these shows too, so keep your eyes peeled!!

My NEW website address is: http://www.bam-pottery.com (please remember the hyphen!)

Also, here are some of the upcoming shows I will be participating in:

- The Lewiston Art Festival (August 13th & 14th) Lewiston, NY

- The Elmwood Festival of the Arts (August 27th & 28th 2011) Buffalo, NY

- Niagara Celtic Heritage Festival & Highland Games (September 17th & 18th 2011)
in Olcott Beach, NY

I hope to see you at one, or all of the shows! Be sure to introduce yourself and let me know that you heard about thet show right here!!!

Monday, September 20, 2010

Niagara Celtic Heritage Festival!!


I think everyone had a wonderful time at the Niagara Celtic Heritage Festival held at Krull Park in Olcott, NY this past weekend (September 18th & 19th).
This was my first time at this festival, and I met many interesting people as can be seen by this photo! I also produce pottery that does not have faces, some can be see in the photo to the left of this text.

If there is something specific you have in mind, please feel free to contact me directly with your order requests. My email address is: bam.pottery@yahoo.com

Remember, the time to order for the holidays is NOW!!

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Getting Ready for the Elmwood Festival-of-the-Arts!


While I have been making it a policy to publish here, only finished pieces, I will make an exception with this post.
I have been getting ready for a couple of upcoming events that I will be participating in; "The Elmwood Festival of-the-Arts" held August 28th & 29th, where I will be located at site 33, between West Ferry St. and Breckenridge St. on the west side of Elmwood Avenue. Also, on September 18th & 19th I will be at the "Niagara Celtic Heritage Festival" (in full Scottish kilt dress!!) this festival is located in Olcott, NY





I will be unveiling a completely new line of mugs & tankards at the Elmwood festival, partially inspired by my tree friend show here to the left, but also inspired by a number of other "Celtic" flavored works in popular culture. Perhaps my next post will provide a "Sneak-Peek" at these exciting creations!!


“Tree-Weird Mugs and Tankards”

Hewn from the hearts of the rare Clayple trees found only deep in the Enchanted Forests of the British Isles, these “Tree-Weird” creations have been known to live centuries long when undisturbed. These bizarre, amazing & magical creatures prefer to spend most of their natural lives in deep slumber, and if disturbed, tend toward being angry and bellicose to u short-lived folk. When awake, they are “wild-of-heart” and should be approached with great caution! The young saplings, when harvested, often have not matured enough to have opened their eyes, and many are too shy to yet show their faces.

Keeping these mystical creatures satisfied & happy is easy though, just keep them filled with cool earthy beverages, home brewed beers and ales seem to work best, but coffee and teas are also beverages that they will savor. Be careful not to let loose their ire by leaving them unfilled for too long, as heartwoods, unfulfilled can be very temperamental! Follow these instructions and these one-of-a-kind magical creatures will give you a lifetime of trouble-free service.

To order these and other unique creations!

Email Bizarre Amazing & Magical Pottery at bam-pottery@yahoo.com

On the internet at: http://buffalopotteryfaces.blogspot.com/