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Ceramics at Eagle Rock, South Pasadena events

June 18, 2010 |  8:58 am

Of all the handcrafted home and garden gifts featured in our holiday coverage last year, a palm-sized pinch pot -- earthy and affordable, pictured here with a simple Home Depot succulent -- generated some of the strongest response from readers wondering: Where can I get that?

The Highland Park artist behind the piece, Jocelyn Webb Pedersen, dropped us a line to say she will be selling the pots at two events this weekend. Price: $15 to $25 for individual pots, $65 to $75 for sets of five configured as a lantern.

Look for them at 90041 Handmade, an "artists block party" in Eagle Rock running noon to 5 p.m. Saturday at the intersection of Colorado Boulevard and Mount Helena Avenue. Vendors will be selling crafts, jewelry, clothing and more.

Pedersen also will be part of an opening reception for "Unearthed," a show featuring seven ceramic artists at the South Pasadena gallery Space. The event runs from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday at 1506 Mission St.

-- Craig Nakano

Photo credit: Gary Friedman / Los Angeles Times