UNION — Sue Fairer and Paul Gaudreau, of Union Pottery, will exhibit a large collection of pottery at Vose Library during the month of February, captioned, "40 Years of ‘Work Avoidance’ (or stealing time in a production potter studio...a Retrospective.)
Union Pottery was started as a small production "studio" with an emphasis on very user-friendly dinnerware, according to Vose, in a news release. Throughout the years of formulating glazes, colors and clay bodies, as well as forming, trimming, decorating and glazing dinnerware, Fairer also indulged her love of "just being creative."
These stolen moments of creativity have produced small runs of fun pieces which primarily make up the exhibit now showcased at Vose.
Stop in during open library hours to view this collection at 392 Common Road, Union.
FMI: www.voselibrary.org, (207)785-4733