Looking Back at 2019!
Wishing you and yours, dear friends, all the best of the holiday season; family, friends, and lots of good cheer!
2019 was an exciting year! Here are a few of our favorite moments from the year!
Jim and Anne visit MacArthur Genius Grant recipient, Bill Strickland at Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild .
Congressman Antonio Delgado visits the pottery Bailey established and supports for adults with special needs in Hudson, NY.
Bailey sponsored the K-12 Show at NCECA; Bob Feder and Nancy Ernst of National K-12 are a dynam ic duo!
The Annual K-12 Show had wonderful work from aspiring young ceramic artists.
Dinner with fellow designer Robert Brent and his wife.
Running into Roberto Lugo at NCECA. 
This powerful installation, Every One by Cannupa Hanska Luger, at MAD Museum in NYC, is made with 4,000 stained clay beads representing the over 4,000 cases of missing and murdered indigenous women, girls, queer or trans people in Canada.
An amazing installation, 399 Days by Rachel Kneebone , in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, combines intricately detailed figurative scenarios into a towering sixteen foot tower. It was fascinating to see in person!
Jim inspects an installation of Bailey electric and gas kilns at SUNY Buffalo.
Professor Robert Wood and Jim at SUNY Buffalo. These visits are fun and informative.
We had an opportunity to chat with author Temple Grandin .

Bailey Team participates in free community art expo in Kingston.
Giving a Bailey Scholarship to Kingston High School artist, Nic Carroll who's headed to MICA.
Helping people get creative with clay was so much fun.
This coil pot was created by the community at the Art Expo.
Sue Tirrell was commissioned to make two Red Goat Awards.
We saw this ceramic sculpture, Anthozoan by Torie Dombrowski, at Burchfield Penney Art Center at SUNY Buffalo. Torie's work explores lasting implications of waste on our environment.
Ceramic bowl by Thomas Hart Benton spotted on Martha's Vineyard in the new Martha's Vineyard Museum.
Visit to Arnie Zimmerman's Show in Hudson, NY.
Arnie's custom Bailey gas kiln has an adjustable ceiling!
Sojourner Truth is a local hero, we are honored to have this teapot in the Bailey Collection in Kingston NY. It was made by the legendary and all round amazing person Roberto Lugo.
We came across a Jun Kaneko sculpture in the wilds of Maine!
Anne and fellow community activist, Frank Waters, were acknowledged as RUPCO Community Partners for their commitment to improving the quality of life for all in Kingston. 
Bailey Pottery was honored to be selected as the Small Business of the Year by the Ulster County Chamber of Commerce .
Our Annual Speaker of Distinction was Sergei Isupov and he treated us to a demo!
Our Customer Appreciation Holiday Party is always such a great time. It offers our local community a chance to see old friends and make new ones.
Happy Holidays to you ALL!
Bailey Bucks in Your Account!
$5.00 OFF or $10.00 OFF your next order!

Everyone likes a few extra bucks in their Bailey account for their next purchase! Spend $50 by Thursday and you will have a 
$5 coupon attached to your account toward your next order. 
Spend $100 and you will get a $10 coupon ! Amount spent is calculated after discounts are applied and before shipping charges are added. Offer good for new orders only. 

Use code 2019$$ in the coupon code box online or mention it to our sales staff when ordering by phone.
Offer expires midnight, Thursday, December 26, 2019.
E veryday is a Sale Day at Bailey!
20% OFF Amaco, Coyote, Georgies, and
Laguna (liquid only) glazes
25% OFF Spectrum and Mayco glazes
No minimum purchase on these discounts.
10% OFF Dolan, & van Gilder tools
15% OFF Xiem, & MKM tools
16% OFF the Steve Tool
20% OFF Sponges
22% OFF Sherrill Mudtools
25% OFF Doo Woo, WiziWig & Bailey tools 
25% OFF Brushes
30% OFF Kemper tools + FREE shipping (excluding the IKEG and raku tongs) on Kemper orders over $40! 
Up to 40% OFF Catalyst tools 
No minimum purchase on these discounts.