Plum Bottom Pottery will open its doors on July 14 from 6 – 9 pm to display the newest creations of resident porcelain artist Chad Luberger and jewelry designer Angela Lensch. Visitors will also be treated to Pamela Moore’s artistic culinary delights, styled with Cuban flavors.
Luberger will unveil three months of his work in porcelain. He has focused on his signature, colorful porcelain wall sculptures for the event.
Lensch will also showcase her new summer jewelry designs, featuring her one-of-a-kind woven jewelry. She is known for her ability to “paint with gemstones.” Many of these new colorful combinations will be showcased.
For the first time, Plum Bottom has also added two-dimensional art to the gallery. Erin Nolan’s fine art woodblock prints will be on display, as well as Davide Toffolon’s Pen and Ink Trees.
The public is welcome to attend this event. Plum Bottom Pottery, open daily from 10 am – 5 pm, is located on 4999 Plum Bottom Road (1 mile east of Highway 42, between Egg Harbor and Sturgeon Bay). For more information visit http://www.PlumBottomPottery.com.