Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Eve Behar

If you're in the Boston area this time of year or hey, maybe you live there? Then go check out Eve's work. Tell her I sent you. She's talented and her work is one of a kind and really glorious. I own two pieces, including the one that was replaced for the stolen one by he who shall remain gay and nameless and in the movie Sex and the City. Did I mention he was short?

Photo by Caryn Leigh

A show of contemporary art, craft & design presented by The Society of Arts and Crafts at:

Seaport World Trade Center
200 Seaport Blvd., Boston, MA

March 27 to 29, 2009:
Friday 10 am to 7 pm
Saturday 10 am to 6 pm
Sunday 11 am to 5 pm




  1. Those are very pretty. If you point him out I will get it back for you plus a lil more in payment for the stress he caused you!

  2. I saw her store in Etsy a few weeks ago. Love her stuff!

  3. Boston? My niece works in Boston. I'll see if she knows anyone who's related to anyone who might be married to someone who needs a ceramic something or other.

    (I LOVE coffee mugs- too bad I'm a bazillion miles from Boston. or 400)

  4. i love that dude. I don't give a crap if he IS short. p.s.

  5. Her pieces look gorgeous! I want some!

  6. Anonymous4:09 PM

    I haven't seen the short bastard around since SITC ended.

    I assume it's bad karma from stealing your pottery.

  7. That looks like some nice stuff. But not nice enough to drag my butt away from the computer, into a car and a bazillion miles north...

  8. Hey that's in my neck of the woods!
    But I'm a friggin' pauper.

  9. I love her shop on Etsy. Very creative and fun pieces.

    Have a happy day


  10. Her mom should repay you for this with an appearance on The View. I'm just sayin'.

  11. I'm with Jenn.
    Short men are evil.
    I love these ceramics, they are beautiful.

  12. side of your readers had asked and I finally found the answer today on AOL and here it is.

    March 25) - As the loved ones of Natasha Richardson continue to mourn, a family decision made in the wake of the Tony-winning actress's sudden death March 18 has brought a measure of comfort: After Richardson was taken off life support at Manhattan's Lenox Hill Hospital, her family requested that her organs be donated to other patients whose lives they might save.

  13. Anonymous5:06 AM

    Nice one, I was just gonna post the same news.

    Boss O xxoo

  14. ... although technically, you donate BEFORE the switch the machines off.

    Good things can come of tragedy.

    (no Pooz, am not talking about your tits again).

    Boss O