Walking into the studio of Richard Robertson was overwhelming. Expansive and filled with an incredible array of pieces and materials and tools, I at once imagined the hours, no years of dedication to the craft. Richard has been making pottery for 37 years. He was first introduced to the craft at the Mendocino Arts Center […]
Azaleas and quince are in bloom. Rhododendrons are just about to open and lady slippers are just peaking their heads up. And oh yes, the tulips, all 28,000 of them. Free admission to Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens in Boothbay, Maine is available Memorial Day. If you can catch a few hours in between the raindrops […]
What does 10,000 gallons of milk have to do with the small coastal town of Rockport? Everything! Rockport Marketplace is home to a wonderful artisan cheese maker, State of Maine cheese. Upon my arrival to State of Maine Cheese, I was heartily greeted by Cathe Morrill, owner of the business since 1996. Why did you […]
Fairs, farms, and food carts. Artist interviews and day trips. Places to go and people to meet. This blog, Coastal Collage, is life in Maine from an artists perspective.
Are you an entrepreneur, artist, maker, photographer, performer? Perhaps you own a deli or coffee house or a small restaurant. The Indiemade web platform is designed just for you. I recently made the switch from Etsy to Indiemade. I wanted to eliminate my previous .com site that was hard to update and had no store. […]