If you're local you can check out Winter Wonders Handmade Market.
Flock and Gather is an artist collective I'm a part of and we volunteer our time every year to organize some pretty awesome sales (if i do say so myself). Tons of awesome vendors and not to be missed if you're nearby. You can find all the details at flockandgather.blogspot.com
And a little further south, and hopefully a bit warmer, down at Red Lodge Clay Center the exhibition 21st Century Sketchbook will be opening Friday evening (online on Monday). Also worth checking out in person if you're able.
I love the premise of the show and am super honored to be a part of it. Here's a blurb from their website and a sneak peek of one of my pieces for the show.
"Artist's Reception: Friday, December 6, 2013
Exhibition Posted Online: Monday, December 9, 2013 by 10 AM Mountain Time
21st Century Sketchbook is an exhibition showcasing a contemporary social networking tool-cum-research/inspirational device, a who's watching who in contemporary ceramics. The idea for this exhibit came when we received a google alert after Birdie Boone pinned an image from the Red Lodge Clay Center website to her board.
Birdie Boone pins Peter Beasecker, Andrew Martin, and Joe Pintz; Mariko Paterson pins Michael Corney, Jen Allen, and Carole Epp; Emily Schroeder Willis pins Maren Kloppmann and Sam Chung; Ron Philbeck pins Diana Fayt and Sandy Simon; Grace Sheese pins Kelly King, Brian Jones, and Pattie Chalmers."
All the best,