Monday, September 27, 2010
Show Preview and Poke Salad
Pottery and sightseeing kept us busy all day here in Seagrove North Carolina. Thought you'd enjoy some rainy day photos we took touring the countryside after we got my pots cataloged and packaged to take to the Clay and Blogs show.
Gary and I went with Meredith and Mark to drop off pots to the Campbell House Gallery today for the Clay and Blogs, Telling A Story show opening October 1st. Wow, what a great show this will be. If there is any way possible, please try to attend; it will be up all month long. I will post photos of pots soon, in the meantime head on over to Meredith's blog to see some preview photos she took at the show.
The rustic log cabins, church windows, and local architecture have given me lots of inspiration for future pots.
It is pouring rain again tonight. Can't complain though as the rain was sorely needed.
Tomorrow I plan on going to the Randolph Arts Center for a presentation given by Ron Philbeck and Amy Sanders as an adjunct to the show From Within to the Surface.
What would the South be without poke salad. (All parts of this plant are poisonous even though some folks still prepare it in special ways and eat it). Comments are welcome.