Fundy Mud Pottery is primarily sold at our summer market table, Old Church Farmers Market, Saturdays 9 – 2 pm, beside Oliver’s bakery, 2807 Main Street, in Hillsborough NB, where I play this B Kurd Rav Drum and this bass 2.3 Shakuhachi under the name Jampan.

My perfect video friend Ryan, who did Ruth-Ann’s Linocut film lately partnered to film my Fundy Mud gathering and clay processing: 

Have a few pieces available at Fundy Farmstand, Cape Enrage, and Studio on the Marsh.  That’s it, just a small winter by the stove in retirement production, don’t sell on line or from my studio.  Prefer you come to lower Albert County and meet my friends.  If you have time for just 1 thing, take in the Albert County Museum Quilt Show in early July. 

The Hopewell Rocks are here, expensive for a family, so go in winter when it’s free!  The NB Provincial Rocks gift shop supports China, but Wendy Johnston has real Maritime art and craft just up the road and she’s open all year. ( I don’t have any pots there, but look for my friend Gita Levin.)

Recommend Cape Enrage and the local artists gift shop, and especially the free beach to the right just before you arrive.  Driftwood, semi precious pebbles, fishing sea bass.  Down that way, don’t miss Outpost Alma! (I don’t have anything there either.)  And say hi to Tim, Jane and especially Karen, secret souls you would enjoy to know.  Stop at Tipsy Tails, let Jeremy feed ya the best meal of your trip.       

For time well wasted, wander my Flickr archive:       

Pottery as it happens on fundyheather flickr:

first Raku tea bowl


My portrait from a painting by a friend I miss: