Stratoz and I are pleased to be participating in the 40th Annual Transformations Art and Craft Show November 8-10th, 2013. The sale ran for 25 years at the Princeton University bookstore and has been in the Historic Hopewell Train Station since 2002. Artist Connie Bracci-McIndoe has been there since the beginning. She and her husband Ken live in a converted wood storage and workshop building, and we got to see this amazing place at the organizational meeting for 2013. We were enveloped in art on all the walls, and looked out the window to the brick kiln, a raku kiln, and pit firing equipment in the backyard.
Her stoneware leaf plates use real leaves of different sizes and kinds for impressions. They are one of her most popular items, even appearing on television as part of the set for Cristina Cooks,” the PBS show from Philadelphia.
Connie Bracci-McIndoe creates bowls ,vases, vessels and sculpted pieces which are well known for their warm and subtle earth tones.
Transformations 40th Annual Art and Craft Show, November 8-10, 2013, Hopewell Train Station, Hopewell, NJ.
She also has an eye for the whimsical, as in this expressive clay birdhouse, complete with a feathered roof.
Check out more of Connie Bracci-McIndoe’s work at Hopewell Pottery.
I will be featuring an artist from the Transformations Show each Thursday:
Susan Nadelson(hand dyed and handspun yarn)
Bernard Hohlfeld(artistic woodturning)
Ron Dombrowski(wood carving)
Sally Stang(pressed flower mosaic)