The Vermont Craft Council is hosting its annual state wide event, the Fall Open Studio Weekend, October 13th & 14th, from 10-5 each day, Saturday and Sunday, and Robert Compton Pottery will be participating.
The pottery is located 5 miles north of Bristol village on Vt. Route 116, on the east side of the road. Coming from the north on Rt. 116 we are 5 miles south of Starksboro village.
Look for the bright yellow and black signs. Come visit! Drive around and look at beautiful scenery and visit artists in their studios.
Special this weekend, all our “History Mugs” will be “half price.” To see our biographies, go to our website: https://historymugs.us/ or look up the different ones on our site map: https://historymugs.us/product-site-map/ Stop and pick up an Open Studio map which shows the other participating artists in the around the state. For more information go to our website: https://robertcomptonpottery.com/ call 802-453-3778 or email: email@example.com Deborah Holmes, who is located in Bristol village, will be showing her stunning “Watercolors”. She is located at 24 Garfield Street, just up the street from Almost Home Market.
For more information about her beautiful work go to: http://deborahholmeswatercolors.com/ To reach her home/studio, from the center of Bristol village, at the traffic light, turn north on North St., then turn right on Garfield St. (by Almost Home Market).
We look forward to seeing you this weekend.