Contact me directly through my email, email@example.com or come by my studio overlooking Cotton Lake.
Now that my husband has retired, it is easier for either of us to be here most all the time. And so I am now offering my pottery and sculpture for sale here through my studio which is conveniently located about one mile south of Interstate 10 with easy access going either east or west. For travelers, it is great!
If you are not traveling, you might see something on my website that interests you. Also, I can take pics quickly with my digital camera and email them to you if you are interested in a particular color or functional piece.
I can pack pottery very well since I've sent some to China and not a one was even so much as chipped even though it was in nah-nah land for weeks before reaching its destination. I do not have a merchant account but do accept personal checks for payment. If you don't mind the wait, we can work something out for a sale. I will charge you the same for shipping as it costs me, no more. There will be a slight charge for the handling to cover the cost of the box and bubble wrap.
The Art Center does take Visa and Mastercard and so we can handle the sale through that account if you want to do that. I will include shipping and handling with the purchase price.
Make a Day of Shopping in Baytown. There's Lots to See and Do Here
Further down Texas Avenue the opposite direction is "Rooster's Steak House" and it serves typical Texas favorites like chicken fried steak, barbeque, grilled steaks, fried catfish. It is a favorite spot of Baytonians for over thirty years.
A bit further to the east of Rooster's is Anderson's Boot and Saddle, in business since the 1940's. It is a great spot for all your western needs and you'll be needing that soon with the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo coming soon.
One block over from Texas Avenue is the Baytown Historical Museum. The exhibit is very good and during the Christmas season, you will find a display of decorated Christmas trees for the annual competition among various service groups in the community.
About a half mile down Texas Avenue where it intersects with Market Street is the Eddie V. Gray Wetlands Center with an impressive exhibit of Wetlands flora and fauna.
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