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Wildlife, trees, ferns and fossils inspire my pottery and drawings. Here I hope to share the art and science that inform my work, as well as news about upcoming pottery shows.

Please click the page links at right to see more pottery.

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Pam Yocum of Organic Ceramic Designs (www.pamelayocum.com) and I are bringing our pottery to the upcoming Trillium Festival at Tryon Creek State Natural Area in Portland, Oregon. There will be artists, crafters, a native and hardy plant sale, garden art show, food and coffee vendors, guided hikes for kids and adults. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days (9 a.m. Saturday for members).

It should be a fun weekend to celebrate spring and gardening in western Oregon!
www.tryonfriends.org

Diana

Trillium Festival

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I am very exited that Silver Sage Trading gift shop at the High Desert Museum in Bend, Oregon is carrying my leaf necklaces and native plant platters.  Here is a photo of the lovely display created by the gift shop staff:

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The museum is also getting ready to host a traveling exhibit about the plants of John Muir in April:

Nature’s Beloved Son: Rediscovering John Muir’s Botanical Legacy
Opening Saturday, April 20, 2013
John Muir’s passion for the nature and beauty of plants significantly influenced his drive to preserve wilderness. This exhibition traces his travels, and presents vivid images and specimens of the actual plants that Muir preserved for all time. A traveling exhibition from Exhibit Envoy.  (Information from www.HighDesertMuseum.org .)

You can get a sneak peak at the lovely botanical photographs that are part of this show at the following link:
http://exhibitenvoy.org/OurExhibits/tabid/110/ID/10/Natures_Beloved_Son_Rediscovering_John_Muirs_Botanical_Legacy.aspx

Spring will be here soon — bringing lots of fresh plants to press into clay!

Diana

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Hi All,
The second annual Craft-O! is coming up at The Old Ironworks (by the Sparrow Bakery and Cindercone on Scott St. in Bend) – Saturday, December 15 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Shop for handmade and local gifts from artists and crafters. (You might remember many of them from the super-fun Indie Craft Loft of previous holidays.) I’ll have lots of porcelain necklaces and clay ornaments, as well as lace- and leaf-imprinted platters and dishes. Come by and enjoy a dynamic and creative local craft show and give the gift of handmade this season!
Best wishes,
Diana
Diana Popp Nature Girl Studio P.O. Box 1804 Bend, OR 97709-1804 541-388-5149 diana@NatureGirlStudio.com http://www.NatureGirlStudio.com

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I’ll be bringing lots of handmade pottery, necklaces and tree ornaments to the Holiday Craft and Gift Bazaar, this Saturday, November 17, at the Bend Senior Center, 1600 SE Reed Market Road in Bend. There will be over 70 artists and crafters with a variety of handmade items, gifts and baked goods for the holiday season. This one-day show runs Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Stop by and say hello!

Cheers,

Diana

2012 Holiday Craft Fair

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Come by the Silver Otter this Friday from 5 – 7 p.m. to enjoy First Friday music, drinks and food!

The Silver Otter
706 SW Industrial Way
Bend, Oregon
(near Strictly Organic)
www.thesilverotter.com

Check out the beautiful fair trade and handmade gifts made around the world and right here in Bend.

I’ll have some new pottery there as well!

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Last Saturday’s market was a hot one, literally! It was fun to hear people talk about the over-90 degree weather. Some were in survival mode and some were in their element. Thanks to everyone who stopped by to visit, share stories, or pick out a piece of pottery to make part of their home!

I’ll be at Northwest Crossing’s Saturday Market in Bend, Oregon, this Saturday, July 14. The market is open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be food, music, artists and even a petting zoo.

I’ll be bringing more ceramic pendants, platters and tea trays to the market this week – hot out of the kiln.

Cheers, Diana

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