Just sent a nice order to Fort Orange General Store, a small specialty shop in Albany’s Delaware Ave. neighborhood in Upstate New York. There you will find a curated selection of beautiful goods and gifts, with an emphasis on handmade, high quality, and design.
Thank you Fort Orange!
Thank you Elle Maison for featuring my salt cellar. Based in France, they support buying internationally in a nice article about Etsy and buying “at the other end of the planet.”
I have a new website. You can check it out here: juliapaulpottery.com
Very minimal and nice. Has everything you need for browsing and purchasing.
And some new work:
Thank you American Craft Magazine for including me in your ZOOM section. It is an honor to have my aqua cups featured!
My flow plate is in the November issue of Food and Wine Magazine. Just look under the shrimp. Thank you, Food and Wine!
You can vote everyday – up to 6 times a day – until September 13th! Throw some votes my way. It is also fun to see all of the handmade profiles. So interesting what people are up to.
I am pleased my work will be at Alapash Home and Terrariums in Chicago.
Alapash features beautiful terrariums that are more like little worlds contained in glass than merely decorative objects.
I look forward to having my work at Alapash!
Also, friends, don’t forget to VOTE for me in Martha Stewart’s American Made contest supporting handmade. Just an email address will get you registered, and then cast up to six votes!
American Made is a movement founded by Martha Stewart that spotlights the maker, supports the local, and celebrates the handmade. It is time to rock the vote, visit my profile, and VOTE for moi for The American Made Awards:
You will need to register, but it only requires an email address. Oh, and if you are a true Julia Paul Pottery enthusiast you can vote six times in a row, every 24 hours through Sept. 13! woot!
Thank you, Est, for including my bowls in your Design Covet section, along with Jonathan Adler, Haand, Clam Lab, to name a few. Very nice. Est Magazine is a quarterly digital design magazine curating the best in Australian and international design. Their editorial pages take a relaxed and stylish view, showcasing some of the world’s best homes, interiors, fashion, luxury goods, travel and lifestyle.
Such a beautiful feel to their pages.
I am so pleased and excited that my work will soon be available online at Blue Hill. Blue Hill Farms is not only a farm, two restaurants, and an online marketplace, it is a philosophy based in sustainable, integrated farming. Included in their array of revolutionary and inspirational venues is a market of local, handmade items where I will be in a few short weeks.
Here is Blue Hill’s Executive Chef Dan Barber’s super fun TED talk about sustainable farming, “a foie gras parable”: