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Pottery artist shows work

Whidbey Artist Robbie Lobell is shown here with some of her flameware pots.  - Submitted photo
Whidbey Artist Robbie Lobell is shown here with some of her flameware pots.
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Whidbey Island artist Robbie Lobell appeared in New Jersey earlier this month for the Art School at Old Church’s 35th Anniversary Pottery Show & Sale.

Lobell was among only 27 of America’s most famous and distinguished potters invited to the three-day event. The annual show draws critics and collectors from throughout the nation, who come to see what is new on the ceramics art scene, and to purchase over 2,000 original pottery pieces.

“I make flameware pots because I’m convinced cooking and serving in handmade pottery brings connection and beauty to the simple act of sitting down to a mindfully-prepared meal with family, friends and neighbors,” said Lobell.

A holiday show and sale for previewing the new functional artwork is planned for Saturday, Dec. 19, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the studio of Lobell and Attwood, 640 Patmore Rd., Coupeville.

A variety of other handmade pottery, cookware, platters and sculptural pieces for the home and garden will also be for sale.

Visit www.robbielobell.com or www.maryonattwoodstudios.com.

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