Austin Empty Bowl Project Featured Potters

We are fortunate to have so many generous potters and pottery students in Austin and we thank all of them for their donations. Throughout the year we will be featuring potters who have gone above and beyond and would like to start with the following who have “bowled us over” for years.

John Gray of Clayworks Studio & Gallery in Austin has been a generous supporter of the Austin Empty Bowl Project for years. Not only does John donate bowls he has made, he also opens up his studio to us for glazing and firing bowls that are made during our bowl making parties. John and Chris are very busy with their own wonderful clay creations and we appreciate their taking the time and making the effort to help the Austin Empty Bowl Project. Take time to visit their beautiful gallery at 1209 E. 6th. http://www.clayworks.net/

Dennis Trombatore, librarian by day, potter whenever he can manage, has made and donated 100 or more beautifully thrown and then carved stoneware bowls every year for the Austin Empty Bowl Project. Dennis is also a regular contributor to the AEBP silent auction.But he doesn’t stop with donating bowls. Every year Dennis and his wife Shiela Winchester show up for duty day of and spend the entire day helping to make things run smoothly. Look for them at the water stations or for Dennis demonstrating how to throw a bowl for people waiting in line.

Terri Gray is a potter, adult pottery instructor and art teacher here in Austin. Terri makes and donates bowls every year and also makes bowls for other people to decorate or sign. Terri is a regular at the bowl making parties, both as a participant and as an instructor. Terri has donated to AEBP’s silent auction and also volunteers day of wherever she is needed. You may have seen her demonstrating bowl throwing last year at Whole Foods for AEBP’s Community Giving Day.

Nancy Hallmark is a potter and an elementary art teacher in Austin. In addition to making and donating boxes of lovely slip-trail decorated thrown bowls every year Nancy invites her fellow teachers, parents and students to come to her classroom and make bowls for AEBP. Nancy is also a regular at our potter bowl making parties. Look for Nancy day of. She’ll be serving soup.

Carmen Troncoso is a potter, a fitness trainer and a world class runner. When she’s not flying around the world to get to a race, she’s throwing bowls for AEBP. Carmen also comes to bowl making parties and fires bowls that other potters make for the project. Carmen regularly donates to the AEBP silent auction as well.

John Vela  is a production potter and pottery instructor in Austin whose donations include many of the silent auction bowls that are signed by celebrities. John is very generous with his time and talents. We are “bowled over” by the pace at which he turns out gorgeous bowls as well as his cheerful nature. John also contributes to the Sunset Canyon Empty Bowl event in Dripping Springs.

Thank you to all of our 2014 Potters:


Ann Richards School for Young 

Women Leaders, Shawn Mauser

Austin Community College, Sharon Smith

Austin Chronicle

Austin High School, Gayle Andrews and her fabulous ceramics class 

Ruth Baker

Barton Hills Elementary Art Department

Block House Creek Elementary 5th grade – Rebecca Calderon

Bright Horizons

Brush Strokes Pottery

Buck Pottery
Dee & Terry Buck
1296 Gruene Rd.
Gruene, TX 78130
830.629.7975

Cafe Monet

Jules and Charles Winson

Carmen Troncoso
8402 Avocet Dr.Austin TX 78745
512.280.5722

Carolyn Cowan – Ceramics Lodge

Ceramics Bayou
Stephanie Andrasi
www.ceramicsbayou.com

Ceramics-N-More 

Cera-Mix Studio, Claudia Reese

Cindy Haenel
1203 Space LaneAustin, TX 78758

Clare Pousson, Blue Haven Porcelain

Clayton Elementary, Nancy Hallmark

ClayWays Pottery Studio
5442 Burnet Rd.
Austin, TX 78756
www.clayways.com

Alice Leslie

Alan Goldstein

Barbara Mittanck

Cheryl Hardy

Debi Ballard

Debbie Besch

Dennis Trombadore

Ed Triece

Harriet Hoffman

Merry Smith

Patty Ainsworth  

Sandi Krutsinger

Susan Page

Spring Lee

Terri Gray

Vera Massaro

Tania Quintanilla

Clayworks
John & Chris Gray
1209 E. 6th St.
Austin, TX 78702
512.474.9661
www.clayworks.net

CLEAResults 

Crockett High School, NAHS students, Erin Lane

Debbie Besch

Diana Melancon

Diana Seidel, potter,

709 Fletcher St., Austin

Don Brimberry 

Edmund Martinez
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1004 Spence
Austin, TX 78702

Emily McElmurry, A Home for Art mobile clay studio

Eric Jackson, Laguna Gloria

Garza Independence H.S., David Andrews

Georgia Xydes

Gullett Elementary – Nicki Leatherwood-Schoolar

Harriet Hoffman

HealthTronics

Hester Weigand  

Hodgson & Hodgson Pottery
Gaye Lynn & Michael Hodgson
Wimberley, TX 78676
512.847.7197
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Holy Word Lutheran Church

Jack C. Hays High School Art Club

Jeanne Finn

Jimi Morris 

Karin Reissnecker 

Kathy Herrin
www.RealGalleryAustin.com

Kathy Hull, potter
5442 Burnet Rd.
Austin, TX 78756

Kelly Emmert, The Art Garage

Keller Williams Realty, Inc. Finance Department

Kelly Hill

Kris Asthalter

Lauren Hawn & Jolynn RettigOak Hill Elementary 

Linda Mosley, lmosley.com

Lisa Orr
1502 Alta Vista
Austin TX 78704
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Literary Coalition of Central Texas

Maria Reitz, Boone Elementary 

Mathews Elementary

McCallum High School

Mo Ranch

Morgan McBride, Muggs Clay Studio

Mu Phi Epsilon

Nancy Germond

Nancy Hallmark
4501 Hank Avenue
Austin, TX 78745
512.444.2455
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National Charity League, Austin Chapter 

Navarro High School, Tiffany Huff

Olive Calvey

Pat de Vincent, Cracked Earth Studios
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Patty Creamer
806 Teal Lane
Leander, TX 78641
512.680.9523

Rebecca Roberts
205 Canyon Rim
Austin, TX 78746
512.329.9113

Sara Parent-Ramos and the St. Ed’s Ceramics Dept. 

Scout Troops: 15, 222, 245, 297, 351, 418, 494, 571, 1285, 1583, 1908, 2039, 2052, 2597

Shikha Joshiwww.potterybyshikha.com

Silicon Labs

Spring Lee

St. Dominic Savio Art Club

St. Stephen’s School, Lisa Orr

Stan Irvin

Sunset Canyon Pottery
Bridget Hauser
4002 E. Hwy 290
Dripping Springs, TX 78620
512.892.0938

Susan Gibson

Susan Page, clay artist
512.467.7520

Suzanne Ruffner

Tania Quintinilla

TerWare
Teri and Mike Hubbeling
1331 1/2 Bonham Terrace
Austin, Texas 78704
512.447.8852

Texas A&M University - MSC Arts Awareness Day

Terri Gray

Tina Lewis, www.tinalewis.etsy.com

Westlake High School Ceramics Club

Woodlawn Baptist Church

Youth2Seniors

Zoe Flynn – The Flynn House

Blockhouse Creek Elementary

Wendy Thomajan, Daisy in the Mud

Spinning Door County Natural Creations

Eileen Rice

Sponsors

Empty Bowl Sponsors

Venue

We'll be returning to the Marchesa Hall for the 20th Annual Austin Empty Bowl Project!

Join us Sunday, November 20, 2016 at The Marchesa Hall & Theatre at The Linc.