From lacy tealight holders to chunky, colorful platters, there’s something for everyone.
You’ll find Provence-influenced colors in ceramics pieces, ranging from lamp bases to pots, an array of chic bird-patterned plates in fine china, and color-saturated glazed vessels in deep teal or cranberry.
Look for matte white or terra cotta ceramic vases made of stacked spheres and polygons, and geometric patterns in subtle organic tones of charcoal, pale pink, seafoam and curry.
Folk-arty small pieces make versatile little repositories for drinks, flowers or trinkets.
In our own backyard, Midwestern potters are creating some of the most interesting decorative and functional ceramics available. Many of these ceramics artists will be featured at the College Hill Arts Festival, July 20-21, at 23rd and College streets in Cedar Falls. You can shop for art and support Midwestern artists!