The Bostree Gallery Reopening June 21, 2014

I’ll be reopening the Bostree Gallery at 56 Wood Road, Sugar Loaf, NY on Saturday, June 21st. For those of you who remember, the gallery was located here from 1984 -1999. Here’s how the new space is looking so far…

IMG_4021 Bostree Terry Andy Boswell 2
IMG_4022 Andy Boswell cobalt pottery Bostree 2

I’ll be having a big sale on items that are in stock to make room for new and upcoming work. This would be a good time to invest in dinnerware or to start early, early Christmas shopping!
IMG_4025 Andy Boswell Celedon 2
IMG_4030 Bostree jewelry 2

There’s still more to do, especially out in the garden where I’ll have outdoor displays.
IMG_4041 Bostree door 2
IMG_4029 Andy Boswell graphic pottery 2
IMG_4027Andy Terry Boswell Crystal glaze 2
I look forward to seeing you at our new (old) location soon!

Terry Boswell

On this snowy Wednesday at Bostree in Sugar Loaf, NY

On this cold Wednesday of ice and snow in Sugar Loaf, NY, I took these photos and made a big pot of vegetable, venison stew. Perfect in one of Andy’s porcelain bowls!

Bowl by Andrew Boswell.

… While Ray and his Husqvarna cleared the parking area of the Bostree studio, even though Andy’s pottery classes are cancelled for the evening.

Ray Husqvarna IMG_2643 2

… And the gallery, no longer located on Kings Highway, awaits it’s reopening on Wood Road, tucked-in snugly for for the winter.

Bostree Sugar Loaf, NY

… The finches fluttered and feasted, unperturbed by the weather.
The feeder is almost empty, but dependable me will refill it!

finches in the snow

Wishing you warmth!
~Terry Boswell

Workshop: Glazing Imagery with Andrew Boswell

Grolleg Porcelain Illustrated teapot by Andrew Boswell


Sunday, July 22nd, 1:00-4:30pm
Sunday, August 12th,

Limit 8 participants.


To register, email Ray Boswell at [email protected]

Bostree Studio is proud to present a one day workshop focusing on the fine art of glazing with imagery. For the past year, Andrew Boswell has been developing non-toxic slips, glazes and simple techniques with specific brushes to get the most effective look possible. Despite the beautiful and intricate detail, the process is easier than you would think, and Andrew is willing to share his knowledge in this workshop.

Participants will be invited to bring 3 of their own bisque pots. Andrew will demonstrate the process and walk you through glazing your own pieces with his methods. The workshop will have an intimate atmosphere to make sure every question is heard and everyone receives individual attention. Practicing the simple and efficient techniques will give you the skills to glaze beautiful works of art. Andrew will fire your 3 pieces and have them available to be picked up at the studio the following week.

The workshop will run on Sunday, July 22nd, from 1 – 4:30pm and Sunday, August 12th from 1:00-4:30pm. You may sign up for either day. Your 3 pieces must each fit in
a 5x5x5 inch cube and already be bisque fired. Plates, cups or bowls in either a white
stoneware or porcelain are preferred. Work must be rated for a cone 9 reduction firing.
The cost is $85 per person and there are only 8 spots per day. Please email Ray Boswell at [email protected] if you are interested in this amazing workshop.

In addition, Ray is offering a workshop on July 21st, and August 11th. Although
these two workshops are independent, they compliment each other. The Saturday
workshop with Ray
concentrates on creating the form and the Sunday workshop with
Andrew concentrates on designing the surface. Ray’s workshop is $95, but you may
sign up for them both Ray and Andrew’s workshop (Saturday July 21st and Sunday July 22nd, or Saturday August 11th and Sunday August 12th) at the discounted price of $165. Please email Ray Boswell at [email protected] if you are interested in this amazing workshop.