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Pots ’N Plants Sale Saturday Offers Clay Cure To Kaneohe

Getting ready for their second annual Pots 'n Plants sale in Kaneohe Saturday are some of the artisans with their creations. They are (from left) ceramics teacher and artist Steve Martin, plant expert Elsie Horikawa, ceramics artist Lori Nakatsuka, potter and dish garden artist Karen Kim, glass artist Ruth Canham and ceramics artist Don Fowler. Kim's three-car carport and lawn will be overflowing with pots and plants offered by close to a dozen local talents. Photo by Lawrence Tabudlo, ltabudlo@midweek.com.

Getting ready for their second annual Pots ‘n Plants sale in Kaneohe Saturday are some of the artisans with their creations. They are (from left) ceramics teacher and artist Steve Martin, plant expert Elsie Horikawa, ceramics artist Lori Nakatsuka, potter and dish garden artist Karen Kim, glass artist Ruth Canham and ceramics artist Don Fowler. Kim’s three-car carport and lawn will be overflowing with pots and plants offered by close to a dozen local talents. Photo by Lawrence Tabudlo, ltabudlo@midweek.com.

The second annual Pots ‘n Plants Sale will be open from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday at 45-061 Ka Hanahou Place, where at least 10 talented people have created a variety of ceramics, pottery and glass items, as well as carefully cultivated orchids, succulents and air plants.

“We need to buy more clay, so we can keep the fun going,” explained Karen Kim, host of the Kaneohe sale and owner of Pot Me Up! “It’s so much fun.”

Known widely for her dish gardens, pots and planters (complete with plants), Kim launched the sale idea with “two potters and their stuff.” It quickly grew as they grabbed more artistic friends to join the first sale last year. Most are from Windward Oahu, but others bring their wares from across Oahu.

Fans who make their way down Lilipuna Road to Ka Hanahou Circle, and then turn right on Ka Hanahou Place will be rewarded with ceramics by Steve Martin, Don Fowler, Jon Rawlings, Lori Nakatsuka, Sun Ae Arinaga, Mei Lin Yeh and Kim; plants grown by Elsie Horikawa, Larry Kamiya and Ed Catrett (owner of WindWind Orchids); and glass art by Ruth Canham, owner of Nahiku Glass Art.

For more information, call 383-9487.

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