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Cobscook Pottery Downtown!
Through November 2016, 37 Water Street, Lubec, ME
For the time being, Cobscook Pottery has moved from the barn to a downtown shop space. You'll find me at 37 Water Street, the brick "Daylily" building nestled between Lubec Hardware and Lubec Brewing Company. It's been a great experience so far, and at this point, I expect to be in this location through November. Come down and visit!
MUD: Works in Clay by Maine Artists
October , Common Street Arts, 93 Main Street, Waterville, ME
Shanna has four artworks juried into this show that opens October 1, 2016, 5:00-7:00 p.m. The show runs September 30-November 5, 2016.
Crow Town Gallery
Summer 2016 and 2017, Lubec, Maine
The 2016 Season at Crow Town Gallery was a huge success and it was an honor to exhibit alongside artists Nina Bohlen, Bonnie Beard, Kathrin Hilten, and Sheryl Denbo. The 2017 season is looking to be a real stunner with two guest artists joining us. Stay tuned for more info!
Awards for the International Bay of Fundy Marathon
June 2016, Lubec, Maine U.S. / Campobello Island, Canada
Shanna has created awards for the Bay of Fundy International Marathon for four years running! The 2016 award theme was the Harbor Seal. Past award themes include the Herring, North Atlantic Right Whale, and the Sea Scallop.Check out her work at the marathon EXPO or at the Street Fair during the event!
Read an article about the 2013 awards in the Bangor Daily News by clicking here.
Online Pottery Sales
Just a note to let you all know that I will be updating the shop section of this site soon. It's been a hectic summer and a challenge to keep on top of the editing. As always, if you have been to my shop, just give me a shout about any item that you have seen in-person that may not be listed here.
My email is email@example.com
Thu, Jun 28th, 2012
View images of Wheelock's Lubec Landmarks installation "Razed", a seven foot ceramic sculpture commemorating Lubec's lost factory industry.
Even when crafting grenades, I find peace.
~ Shanna Wheelock