Coming Events

Come visit my display of hand made, traditional redware and blue and white delftware pottery at an event in your area. This is the best way to say hello, see what’s new, and view one-of-a-kind items in person.

Wholesale customers, consider placing an order that I can deliver to you at the show, or stop by my booth at an event near you to stock up on last minute items.  Please bring your retail sales tax ID number.

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Infinite Uncertainty @ Opalka Gallery
Oct 10 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Opalka Gallery Re-Opens September 1, 2020

Infinite Uncertainty

Showcasing artists at work in a changing world: new projects initiated, old ones revisited, creative bursts and detours in practice. Selected from over 250 submissions, 33 regional artists attempt to make sense of this unprecedented time and its persistent, frightening and painful unknowns.
Juried by Sharon Bates, Stacey Robinson, Ellen Letcher and Julie Torres.
Join us for a

Virtual Opening Reception

THUR, Sept. 3, 7:00pm
PASSWORD: opalka


What will a visit to Opalka Gallery look like this fall?
Our priority is to keep visitors and staff safe.
Starting September 1st, the gallery will be open during normal hours (see below).
The gallery, a large, well-ventilated exhibition space, will be cleaned and sanitized regularly.
We are following the NY State guidelines for the safe opening of museum and galleries.
No more than 25 individuals will be allowed in the gallery at any time.
(We anticipate that the majority of the time, there will be many fewer than 25.)
Visitors will be asked to maintain social distance (6′) from
individuals outside of their household.
Visitors will be asked to fill out a short health questionnaire
and their temperatures will be checked by our front desk staff.
Visitors will be required to wear masks at all times.
Disposable masks will be available to anyone who did not bring their own.
No touching or handling of art objects in the gallery will be permitted.
Food and drink will not be permitted in the gallery.