Thank you for the support!

As 2018 draws to a close, I want to thank each and everyone of you that supported me this year. Whether you stopped by my booth to say hello, or purchased an item that I’ve made, I appreciate you. I’m taking a short break over the holidays, but I’ll be back playing with clay very soon. If you haven’t already done so, sign up on this website of mine so you will receive notice each time I am going to be showing my work. That is about once a month, so no need to worry about a lot of unnecessary e-mails.

Merry Christmas to you, and may the new year be a happy one.

Love, Linda

Two events: November 10th and 11th


Here are two ways for you to see what pottery I have recently made:

  1. Saturday, November 10th I will be selling my wares at the Second Saturday Market from 10am until 3pm. That market is in the airport shopping center, between  Friends of the Library  and Alaska Industrial Hardware. Stop by and check it all out; I have a lot of inventory!
  2. On Sunday, November 11th I will host a Kiln Opening Party at my house between 4:00 and 6:30pm. Want to be there? Since parking is limited to 4 cars, the first 4 people who let me know they would like to attend will be the guests. There will be snacks and beverages, I will have all of my ceramics out, and at 5:00ish, I will open my kiln to see how a whole month’s worth of projects turned out after their final (glaze) firing. It gives you a chance to see a part of the process I go through, and get a look at the latest stuff before anyone else. You are welcome to purchase pots, but are not obligated to do so. Its just a fun excuse to have a party. Text or call me if you’d like to join in the fun.


Fresh out of the kiln!

Happy Autumn! You haven’t heard from me in a while because I haven’t been selling at any local markets for a month, and because I am off to visit my dad in October, I’ll be missing the Second Saturday Market in October. (I am looking into selling at the Mendenhall Mall Craft Market toward the end of October…I’ll post that info when I return from Michigan.) Nevertheless, I will post photos of some of my new products and, as always, you can let me know if there is something you want.

I have both large and small bottles


“O” for oil, “V” for vinegar
A small bottle


These bottles are all about 5 inches tall.
Butter dish


Candle holders


small lidded jar (salt, sugar, tea…)


A new market for Bird Nest Pottery: Food Fest at the JACC!

On this coming Saturday, August 25, I will be selling my food related dish ware at JAHC’s Food Fest from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00. Here is a description of the event (and you can find out more at the JAHC website:

Annual Farmer’s Market & Local Goods Festival

SATURDAY | AUGUST 25 | 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM


The Juneau Food Festival is Juneau’s premier end-of-season Farmer’s Market, with a focus on locally grown and produced foods and crafts.  The Food Festival also seeks to enhance Juneau’s sustainability, with a panoply of opportunities to learn skills, techniques, and best practices in all areas of growing, harvesting, preparing, and processing all sorts of comestibles.  From do-it-yourself backyard gardening and raising poultry to exciting economic opportunities for small businesses, Juneau residents won’t want to miss this day packed full of targeted learning opportunities and delightful treats!

The Food Festival is also a marketplace for local businesses and non-profit organizations to generate revenues by selling produce, baked goods, and other foodstuffs with locally grown and harvested ingredients.  All are welcome come to the JACC and celebrate a cornucopia of delicious products, learning more about the bounty of the land and sea that is all around us.