The North Carolina Pottery Center recently published this book. Honestly I have not had the time to read it yet, but I love to flip through and look at the potters pictured in it. It is a beautiful book, and it is very exciting to have today's potters documented like this. I hope that this kind of documentation will continue for the future of North Carolina potters.
Why my title? Three Cheers for Carolina Arts-- Check out Tom Starland's blog -- Carolina Arts Unleashed, and you will see why.
I want to thank Tom for spreading the word about our upcoming kiln opening here at Bulldog Pottery. We have invited Michael Kline this year to join us in our first solo kiln opening called "Cousins in Clay".
Tom also has a great explanation of the upcoming-- Treasures from the Attic, and Living Traditions event on June 20th at the North Carolina Pottery Center in downtown Seagrove. Visit his blog for the details!
Once again, thank you Tom, for being such an avid supporter of the North Carolina Pottery Center, and of the community of potters here in Seagrove.