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Hello World!

2018 has been a very busy year so far.  I’ve fired the train kiln at Cobb Mountain Art & Ecology Project twice already.  Here’s an image of work from the firing we unloaded April 15th…all waiting to be polished up for our upcoming studio sale.

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I am honored to have my work in two exhibitions thus far for 2018.  One of my tea bowls from the January Train Kiln was chosen for the California Clay Competition exhibit at The Artery Gallery in Davis which is part of John Natsoulas’ California Clay Conference (CCACA).  Join me for the CCC exhibit reception on Friday, April 27th!

I was invited by my friend and student, Bean Finneran, to participate in a three month group exhibition in San Francisco at Orangeland Gallery titled Noh Kimono with a wonderfully diverse group of artists.  Join Cassidy and me for the closing reception on Saturday, April 29th.

I’m very excited to have begun teaching classes this month at Cobb Mountain Art & Ecology Project! Even more exciting is that we are have a rock*star line up for our Open House & Studio Sale on May 19th & 20th including a two-day workshop with Forrest Middleton and Adam Field!  Please join us for Dinner with the Artists Saturday evening or Wood Fired Pizza Lunches either day!

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I will also be participating for the 3rd year in a row in the Napa Valley Open Studio Tour in September so if you miss catching me or my work in SF, Davis or Cobb, please join me in Calistoga September 22/23 and 29/30!!!

I hope to see you at one of my ceramic events very soon!!!

~ Happy Spring to You ~

* Jules *

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