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        The Holiday Pottery Sale comes but once a year, and it is always Thanksgiving weekend.  We know that some of you couldn't make it.  We know that some of you did, but still need more pottery.  Don't fret, there are still opportunities to buy locally made pottery in time for the holidays.

Sharon Mikkleson
Art Access Gallery is holding its Artspace City Center Holiday Show, and several of the Holiday Pottery Sale potters have work there, including Vicki Acoba, Randi Lile, Sharon Mikkelson and Angie Schneider.

Red Kiln Gallery  is home to several of the Holiday Pottery Sale potters, including Richard Barker, Randi Lile, Lara Carroll, Chuck Parsons, Dave Socwell and Rebecca Sabo. 

Art at the Main in the Main library is the home gallery to William James.

Local Colors of Utah has moved to its new location in Sugarhouse and is the home gallery to Cheryl Glenn.

Ben Behunin
Ben Behunin surprised many of us by not being part of the sale for the first time in many years (maybe all 12).  He has been hard at work on a house remodel and will have his Holiday Studio Sale and Open House 9-5 on the first 3 Saturdays of December.

Angie Schneider can also be found online at:
 and will take email orders.

Rebecca Sabo is also on at:, as is
Ani Ostendorff at:

Adjusting Sails Dirtworks is the new gallery and studio in the space that once held Sugarpost.  (1135 East 2100 S).  They will have a gallery reception tonight until 8pm and tomorrow (Dec 3) until 6 pm.

Jared Ward
Finch Lane Gallery is holding its Holiday Craft Exhibit and Sale, with some potters from the Holiday Pottery Sale, including Willey Beers, Kevin Frazier, Randi Lile, Chuck Parsons and Jim Simister.  It also includes some other CAU potters, including Ben Behunin, Matt McNaughtan, Leslie Randolph and Jared Ward.

pictured above: Karen and Kevin Frazier, Vicki Acoba and Randi Lile
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