Robin Nidelcheff Studio Premieres "Comfort Bird" in New Internet Online Store

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Robin Nidelcheff Studio announces the release of her Comfort Birds with the opening of a new studio store online.

While I miss the chance to visit with friends in the Studio Store, the online store has introduced us to many new friends. Robin Nidelcheff

Artist Robin Nidelcheff announced this week that she will host a Grand Opening of her newest studio store location, online at With new site opening, Robin has created new versions of her popular “Comfort Bird.” The Comfort Bird is a popular item with Mrs. Nidelcheff’s private collectors and corporate customers. A hand size piece shaped like a small bird is perfect to hold and stroke as your thoughts drift off to your favorite seashore, forest or open field location, listening to the songbirds and relaxing in the warming breeze of a spring day.

Mrs. Nidelcheff has a residence on Lake Michigan and has attended several West Michigan art shows over the last three summer seasons. With many spring shows canceled, Robin decided to add her studio inventory to her online site from the North Muskegon studio.

Robin Nidelcheff hopes to see you at art events and shows soon when it is safe. Until that time, enjoy shopping online and have a fine piece of art from Robin’s studio shipped to your home and enjoy today. As you shop the Comfort Birds or many of the other studio pieces in the online store, don’t forget to sign-up for the mailing list at the bottom of the page. You will get a promotion code and receive a 10% discount at check-out of the Northside Clay and Canvas online store.

About Robin Nidelcheff-

Robin Nidelcheff has been producing works of art for over twenty years in Hand Built and Wheel thrown Pottery.

Robin creates her pieces in her studios, in Eastern Pennsylvania and along the Lake Michigan shoreline in the new Robin Nidelcheff Studio, Northside Clay and Canvas.                                                

Her training in Southern California in the early 1990s exposed Robin to artistic forms of pottery from throughout the world. Some favorites vary from beach pit firing and Raku techniques to the hand built and wheel thrown methods that she favors today. Robin creates clay reflections of nature, to love and live with you in your home or office

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