On the first weekend of every month we open our studio at Waikouaiti Old Post Office to the public on Saturday and Sunday afternoons from 1pm. You can see us at work, talk to us, and see a display of finished pots and paintings.
Laura sells her paintings at Moray Gallery, Dunedin; which is on Princess Street, close to the Octagon.
Peter also has some pottery, paintings, and printmaking at Renaissance Gallery, Ravensbourne, Dunedin. Laura usually has some paintings there too. Check their excellent website for how to get to this magical place.
The Stuart Street Potter's Co-operative in Dunedin, of which I am a member, had an enjoyable opening of Josephine's Tea Party on Saturday. The exhibition of teapots and other tea making paraphernalia is colourful and fun. Most of the 12 member Co-op have taken part in this exhibition, and some have made teapots the like of which have not been seen before! The exhibition is well worth a visit, and with the weather forecast being somewhat grim for the next few days, why not spend time in the colourful and dry Stuart Street Potter's Co-operative gallery that can be found on Stuart Street opposite the Law Courts near the Dunedin Railway Station!
Teapots and tea making things by Judy Ringland-Stewart.
Tiger Tea making things by Paddy Carr.
Kiwi Teapot and reading material, by Nicole Kolig.
Why not come out for a Sunday drive to Waikouaiti and see some pottery being made, and have a look at some new pottery that was fresh out of the kiln on Friday. There are also paintings here by Laura, (and still some by Peter as well). Waikouaiti also has the world's best fish and chip shop, there is a local weaver who has her studio open (we can point you in her direction), and we have a beautiful beach. So...., don't stay indoors this weekend. Come and see us!