Thursday, June 16, 2011

Green River Pottery


Found this shot in my archives as you can see Spring had not sprung yet. Green River Pottery is a local pottery studio gallery close to my work. They have nice work that you can see here. At first I was drawn by the colorful building.

31 comments:

Olivier said...

c'est un beau bâtiment avec de belles couleurs pastels

Allison said...

Do you know what I like in this picture, Randy? The American mailboxes!! Pathetic, I know. :)

Cezar and Léia said...

Bonjour!
Thanks for the link, the pottery collection is awesome!
Léia

VP said...

Difficult to ignore such a nice building! Their website is very good and so theit work.

Carraol said...

Beautiful and full of color little corner, look like a desert reflection!

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

that is a beautiful shot, Randy.
i love the colors.

betty

Jimmy said...

Looks pretty nice. I imagine a backwater village, with a person sitting on a chair, leaning his back to the wall, chewing on a grass piece. Thanks for the picture!

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Kathy said...

I can see what the colors drew you in.

EG Wow said...

Ah, yes! You've taken us back in time before the heat arrived. :)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Oh they certainly do make lovely things there Randy, love the blue bowls. I can see how that building caught your eye,great colours.

Montreal Photo Daily said...

Never been to your neck of the woods but, that's exactly how I envisioned some buildings would look like.
Very nice quality ceramics...

Happy Thursday!

Kate said...

Thanks for the link; I do like their pottery. Clean lines!

Carola said...

Colorful shot.

texwisgirl said...

i like the cute mailboxes on the side! :)

Sharon said...

The green door frame is a nice touch!

becky said...

oh shoot, Randy... now you've just given me another place to go check out. I love that blue-green bowl- but it's definitely out of my price range! i can't wait to get back on the wheel next semester!

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

The entire house is like a Pottery itself !

Magpie said...

I can understand how the colors caught your eye. I'm surprised by the pop of green instead of blue. Surprises are always nice. :)

Lúcia said...

Everything is so beautiful in Santa Fe!

Dawn said...

I think this could be one of my favorite stores.....and for some reason- I really lie the mailboxes on the wall!

RedPat said...

Love that building! The pots are pricey though!

Luis Gomez said...

Nice! Thanks Randy for your kind words.

petrolin50 said...

Ceramics, once I wanted to do. It must be interesting. Greetings.

Jacob said...

I like their work! But their pottery is quite expensive...or maybe not. I know from nothing about pottery prices!

Traveling Hawk said...

a wonderful color mix!

cieldequimper said...

Another one of these enticing places! And yes, the pottery is lovely, I like those earthy tones.

JM said...

I also love the pastel colours, they're lovely!

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Randy, you live in an area with exuberant color and combinations and I love this combination!

Bises,
Genie

Reed said...

Love the colors Randy. Nice job!

Teresa Evangeline said...

I just found your blog. My friend, Theo, is the potter at Green River. It's a great neighborhood. I lived in SF for several years and worked at a gallery on Canyon Road. It's fun to see your photos and have a vicarious visit again.

Theo Helmstadter said...

Hello Randy, thanks for noticing my place & posting a photo! Now, in September, I'm pretty proud of my morning glories & clematis vines...snap another pic! Also I'm proud of my newest work...inside the gallery...stop by someday! - Theo
www.greenriverpottery.com