Posts Categorized: Salad Days

2018 Salad Days

On July 14, Watershed welcomed nearly 600 visitors to Salad Days, a celebration of local food and handcrafted ceramics. This annual art- and craft-filled festival features a picnic buffet of fresh salads that guests enjoy on handmade ceramic plates that they keep.   2018 Salad Days Artist Christina Bendo lived and worked at Watershed during… Read more »

The History of Watershed’s Clay

Ever wonder about how we go about making our clay at Watershed? Studio Manager Wm. Reeder Fahnestock shares the process we use, along with historical background and geologic context for Maine’s rich history of clay-processing and brick production. Maine’s Geological and Brick-Making History Maine’s mountains are considered some of the oldest on Earth. Comprising the… Read more »

Meet Liz Hafey: Watershed’s 2016 Salad Days Artist

Liz Hafey spent last summer at Watershed, making over 500 plates for this year’s Salad Days.  Liz completed her BFA at Massachusetts College of Art in 2013 and earned a post baccalaureate certificate from UMass Darmouth in 2014. She spent the following year participating in residencies at Truro Center for the Arts in Massachusetts and… Read more »