Each year since Throwing Mud Gallery opened in 2011, we have donated 200+ bowls to the Empty Bowls fundraiser, which supports the Pierce County Emergency Food Network. Empty Bowls is an international grassroots effort to fight hunger. The basic premise … Continued
My friend, Kathy, is getting married this weekend, so a couple of weeks ago I hosted a little get together for her in the Throwing Mud Gallery ‘paint your own pottery’ studio. We started the evening going across the street … Continued
It’s time again to share some of the pottery pieces made by our talented students. Are you interested in playing with clay too? Our next session of pottery classes begins the week of June 23rd!
It’s been awhile since I shared some of the pieces created by people who take classes at Throwing Mud Gallery. We sure have a lot of talented people in the studio!
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Please join us to celebrate the grand RE-opening of our expanded gallery and studio, and the addition of our contemporary ceramics studio. Saturday, Sept. 28 from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Food! Drinks! Prizes! Sale!
The new business cards are here! I was never happy with the muted color of our original business cards, but was too cheap to order new ones until we used them up. Finally, we were down to the last few … Continued
The correct answer is Oscar Hammerstein. It was part of the lyrics of a song from “The Sound of Music”. This song was left out of the film version of the movie. Congratulations to Rose on Facebook who came up … Continued
Another load of interesting pottery created by people who take classes at Throwing Mud Gallery These pieces were made on the pottery wheel. I like how the person added some interest to the blue and gray bowls by adding one … Continued
Registration is now available online for our next session of pottery classes that will run from August 1st through September 16th. The class schedule will be the same: morning classes from 10 to 12:30 on Tuesdays, Thursday or Saturdays … Continued