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Arts Focus: Ten Arlington artists offer wares at Alexandria Clay CoOp Holiday Pottery Sale

This column is sponsored by Arlington Arts/Arlington Cultural Affairs, a division of Arlington Economic Development.

Ten Arlington ceramic artists are among those participating in the Alexandria Clay CoOp’s annual Holiday Pottery Sale.

Get a head-start on your holiday gift shopping while you support local artists on Saturday, November 13. More than 20 regional artisans will offer everything from functional ware such as mugs, servers and bowls, to decorative sculptural work of every kind.

Alexandria Clay CoOp is a 70 member ceramic studio who enjoy the shared experience of creating a variety of functional and nonfunctional ceramics. ACC offers a full array of pottery services and equipment. Outfitted with 20 Brent B and C wheels, 4 cone 6 L&L electric kilns, a 2 slab rollers, 2 extruders, etc. everything an artist needs to turn their artistic visions into reality.

Six to ten member’s ceramics will be on display in their gallery for a two month period. The displayed work will change every two months to allow as many members as possible to benefit from the gallery space.

So, exhale… You’ve found the solution to your holiday gifting needs! Check out the annual Holiday Pottery Sale at the Alexandria Clay CoOp, 2389 S. Dove Street, Alexandria, Virginia, 22314.

For information about the sale and the CoOp, visit www.alexandriaclaycoop.com.

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