Plum Bottom Pottery is excited to announce the arrival of new work from resident porcelain artist Chad Luberger to the gallery and online. Come in and see the latest bottle forms as well as a full collection of his classic ikebana. Been waiting for a Luberger mug? Now is the time to act – they will not last long.
The Japanese term ikebana means “the art of flower arranging.” Plum Bottom resident artist Chad Luberger has been hard at work making a new collection of these functional and beautiful art pieces for the show. “I love exploring this form, there are really no limits to what shape an Ikebana can take,” said Luberger. “These pieces look fantastic with a simple blossom or even a single pine branch.” They can also be used in the kitchen to store extra herbs to keep them in sight and not forgotten in the back of the fridge.
Luberger will also show his latest mugs and bowls. These functional works of art are strong enough for daily use and beautiful enough to make every morning cup of coffee feel like a special occasion.
Plum Bottom Pottery is open 10 am – 4 pm Tuesday through Saturday. To visit go 15 minutes north of Sturgeon Bay or five minutes south of Egg Harbor on Highway 42 then east to 4999 Plum Bottom Road. For more information, visit PlumBottomPottery.com or call 920.743.2819.