We’ve had a beautiful resplendent fall Here in Sugar Loaf, NY! Many of the leaves have dropped, but some are still up and colorful, and a few are still green.
Here are a few photos I took at the edge of town last week…
Looking north from Sugar Loaf along the railroad tracks.
Looking back in the opposite direction at the Bostree Studio from the railroad tracks.
The view of the field I was meandering through.
Looking east (yes, east) as the sun set. It was time to go home.
With all the rain we’ve been having, I’m not sure how long the splendor will last, so visit us soon to catch the last hurrah of fall and start some early holiday shopping!
Porcelain teapot by Andy Boswell. Ohata glaze.
… And as a P.S., some news from our small hamlet… In its 45th year, the Sugar Loaf Annual Fall Festival, with 80 vendors exhibiting in addition to our resident shops, eateries, and theater, attracted 15,000 visitors! Read the story here.
Andy has created a video documenting the process of creating one of his illustrated vessels. He is throwing grolleg porcelain and painting on the pot with iron oxide and cobalt. The music featured is by his friend Julia VanTieghem.
The gallery is still closed while I reorganize in the new location on Wood Road in Sugar Loaf, NY, but Andy has been busy in the studio. Scroll down to see some of his new ceramic pieces in progress. The last image is a 360º video of the graphic vessel in the first photo.
Check back for news of our reopening soon!
Graphic vessel by Andy Boswell… in progress and fueled by chocolate. 🙂
Casserole by Andy Boswell… in progress.
Teapot by Andy Boswell… in progress.
Photos and video also by Andy Boswell, AKA kaolintiger on Instagram.
I recently read this wonderful quote from Neil Gaiman. It’s just what I needed to hear this year. I decided to have some fun and combine it with one of my photos. I hope you enjoy!
Wishing everyone a most happy, healthy, abundant New Year!
After the 29th, the Bostree gallery will be closed for several weeks while I move it back to its pre 1999 location on Wood Road, Sugar Loaf, NY. This will reunite the gallery with our studio and home, and simplify my life!.
I’m looking forward to the move and to seeing you at our new / old location in the spring!
I took this photo a few years ago. If you take notice you will see that it’s decorated with hearts. We had bought a cut-fresh-that-day tree on Christmas Eve. It was still fresh after New Years and I just couldn’t bring myself to take it down. When it got close to Valentine’s Day, I stripped off the Christmas ornaments, cut hearts from paper and decorated the tree with those. It became my Valentine’s tree I edited the photo last year and added the quote. I am captivated by the quote because it seems to me that each year the spirit of Christmas survives and transcends commercialism, overflows religious confines, and spills out amongst all. Everyone can get on board with love and goodwill no matter their religious or non-religious proclivities. Wishing you all peace and joy this holiday season! ~Terry