Sunday, April 17, 2016


With the warming sun comes spring growth and the earth laughs in flowers. Pottery artist Natalie Thomas has created unique ways to capture that beauty and bring the garden into your home. For smaller flowers and buds she has wheel thrown mini-vases.  Clustered together, these vases make a stunning floral display. 
Natalie has found a perfect way to reuse canning jars by creating a hand built, textured jar flower frogs.  This is a fun, easy way to hold your flowers in place when creating a floral arrangement.  
Natalie’s HERE COMES THE SUN wheel-thrown garden bells will grace the air with soft pleasing sounds as you work outside in your garden. 

Entertaining in the garden is a joy during the summer and Natalie’s garden inspired platter and bowl combo will be the perfect background for your culinary delights. The platter is hand built with carved veining and the bowl is wheel thrown, cut and altered to resemble a flower.

Natalie has great idea’s and the skill to make them into reality.  She is owner of the Potter’s Obsession on South Kansas City where she will be happy to teach you how to work with clay focusing on wheel throwing.  More info:

HERE COMES THE SUN opens with our evening Garden Party on Thursday, April 28 from 4-8 pm.  Then every Friday, Saturday and Sunday we’re open 10-5 through Memorial Day.

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