Reno Pottery participating in Art Trail

Submitted Photo Reno Pottery is participating in this year’s Art Trail, which takes place May 26-27, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Reno Pottery, ceramics and painting, is participating in this year’s Art Trail, which takes place May 26-27, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The studio is located at 6007 County Touring Route 54, Dewittville.

Reno Pottery is owned and operated by Jim and Pat Reno. They are professional potters of functional decorated and themed pottery. Pat is the maker and Jim is the painter and they work as a team. They have several different whimsical lines, as well as a large new selection of Picasso-inspired paintings and nudes. In the summer months, they travel to various art shows around the country as well as keeping their business here throughout the year. The series run from shrimp,crows, rises, hummingbirds, nudes, faces, Picasso-inspired works. Fine, highly decorated porcelain for the last 40 years. Each piece is hand made and hand decorated, so no two are exactly alike.

“Our work is all porcelain, and we have a lot of new work for your selection. The shrimp are coming out well, and look wonderful. There are also a lot of Jim’s paintings to choose from,” said Pat Reno.

This free event is sponsored by the North Shore Arts Alliance. For more information about this year’s Art Trail, visit www.northShoreArtsAlliance.com or visit the Facebook pages for the North Shore Arts Alliance and Chautauqua-Lake Erie Art Trail.

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