Sunday, October 19, 2008

Ceramic Sculpture at Pacheco Ranch Winery

So last weekend at Phillipe's Ranch I had a blast, for those of you who didn't make it be sure to go next year. It really is a fun event and so inspirational. What a great sculptor and generous host. As it so happens there is no rest for the wicked and so my one free weekend just became booked and this time to another Ranch. The Pacheco Ranch Winery is having its Fall open house and I am invited.
tober 25th - October 26, 2008 , 11-4 pm both days
Here's what the winery has to say:
"It’s time to come and celebrate another beautiful fall day with us at Pacheco Ranch as we open our doors to you for a day of wine tasting. We will be open to the public on Saturday and Sunday, from 11 to 4pm, so please come join us in celebrating our wines. We will be featuring some local artist ( This is where I come in along with my friend and fellow artist Sue Lasseter !) at the event as well as pouring a selection of library wines. There will also be the opportunity to join our Wine Club, for which you will be able to purchase our wines at a discounted price. We will also be holding special events at the winery throughout the year for our members, so now is a great time to join! We’re looking forward to seeing you there!"
Me too. Looks like I'll be celebrating all month in the good old Libran tradition.

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Turning 50 selling Ceramic Sculpture! Nuts!


Well this weekend I turn 50. Weird to say the least cos I still feel like a kid apart from the aching neck and shoulders from years of lifting clay and sculpting. So what do I do? I go to another show! The kids are all dancing and that was my alternative, but then I was given the chance to be part of Phillipe & Chad Glashoff Vip Art Show in Fairfield, I decided that would be more fun than being inside a hotel all weekend. So if any of you are around and want to celebrate too, come out to Phillipe's Fairfield Ranch where there will be wacky art, music, food, wine and of course another 50 year old. Don't forget to bring that piece of rusty old metal, thats your admission in, and don't forget your wallet cos that will make you very popular at times like this.

Butterfly Blue Heart ceramic sculpture by Antonia Tuppy Lawson
Butterfly Blue Heart
October 11th - October 12th, 2008
Off HWY 80, Fairfield, north on Suisun Valley Rd for 5 miles,
right on Williams Rd, red gates on left.

Admission: One piece of rusty metal