Pottery Place Plus

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  • Pottery Place Plus LogoPottery Place Plus is an artisan cooperative established in 1978. Located in the historic Liberty Building (with Auntie's Bookstore), we specialize in fine crafts handmade by local artisans. We have 25+ member artists who own and operate Pottery Place Plus. We have some of the area's finest handmade gifts and collectibles including: ceramics and pottery, artisan glass makers, unique fiber art dyed with local botanicals, exquisite original jewelry, finely crafted wood vessels, treasure boxes and kitchen accessories, visual art, photographs, greeting cards and aroma therapy products.

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    • Handicap Accessible: Yes
    • Distance from Airport: 7 Miles
    • Distance from Downtown: In Downtown
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    • Hours: Monday: 10am - 6pm, Tuesday-Saturday 10am - 9pm, Sunday: 11am - 6pm
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    • Comments/Notes: The largest selection of 'fine craft made locally' in the Inland Northwest Located in the historic Liberty Building in Spokane, Washington, the Pottery Place Plus was founded in 1978 by a group of industrious potters looking for a way to market their craft. Now, a quarter of a century later, the shop has evolved into an outlet for many different types of fine craft, including wood, metal, fiber and more. Since the shop is owned and operated by the artists you can be sure of personal attention with each visit. Call or check the website for hours of operations and special event information.
    • Pottery Place Plus
    • Date: March 1, 2017 - March 28, 2017
    • Address: Liberty Building, 203 N Washington St, Spokane, WA 99201
    • Phone: (509) 327-6920
    • Admission: Free
    • 10 am-9 pm

    Shirley Johnson’s life as a potter began 50 years ago. Mt. St. Helens provided her with her signature raw materials 35 years ago. At that time she began making her glazes using the ash deposited in Spokane when the legend volcano erupted. As it turns out, the local ash was the exact right mesh size....

    • Pottery Place Plus
    • Date: April 7, 2017
    • Address: Liberty Building, 203 N Washington St, Spokane, WA 99201
    • Phone: (509) 990-1026
    • Admission: Free
    • 5-9 pm

    The ancient art form of Batik has been used since the fourth century BC. It was used in Egypt to wrap and adorn mummies. It is also used extensively in Java. Toni’s batiks start with original drawings which are often inspired by the shapes and colors of nature. Various forms of silks are her...