Plum Bottom Pottery & Gallery will hold their annual ornament show Dec. 2, 10 am – 4 pm. The show features ornaments from the Plum Bottom family of artists as well as an ornament painting demo from Door County artist Mary White. Come and enjoy a glass of von Stiehl wine and see all that Plum Bottom has to offer.
New to the gallery, glass artist Laurel Grey has a variety of new ornament styles to fit any holiday décor, from whimsical birds to hand-painted glass leaves with Door County driftwood.
White will demo and display her latest one-of-a-kind painted balls. These perennial favorites incorporate her dynamic painting techniques inspired by local landscapes.
Erin Nolan has taken the original plates from her “Door County Moments” etching collection and made unique copper ornaments. Pick up the original plate and a print to make a unique Door County gift.
Kelly Hanson’s mosaic birds made a splash at the gallery this summer and continue to wow. With a variety of birds to choose from – pick one up for the birder in your life. She has created a series of one-of-a-kind whimsical stars that are special for the ornament show. Each one is a burst of color and fun.
Josephine Geiger’s traditional snowflakes look great in a tree or hanging in a window – buy one or a dozen to create an artful snowfall inside. Geiger’s “Haiku Trees” are sweet little trees and come in traditional greens, blues or reds.
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.