Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Cousins in Clay-- It is a Wrap Up!

We had a great time this weekend with Michael Kline.  The day was beautiful and pottery enthusiasts visited throughout the day.  We would like to thank everyone very much for coming out to the first "Cousins in Clay" event.  
Mary Farrell of Westmoore Pottery brought by a pre conference tour of ALHFAM -- The Association for Living History, Farm, and Agriculture Museums.   They were all enthusiastic and it was a pleasure to have them come by.  


We displayed our work under a couple of canopies that we put up between Bulldog Pottery and the garden, that has been so well groomed and nurtured by Ed and Gloria.  We felt it was a nice mix of work, ambiance, and interaction.

Ed and Bruce are taking the Cousins sign down and storing it away for next year.

We are looking forward to holding the cousins event next year, the first Sat. of June, the same date as the Star Heritage Day Festival.  

2 comments:

jimgottuso said...

congrats on the first cousins in clay... wish i could've come

Charles The Potter said...

Looks like you folks had a really nice setup. I see you are in the Seagrove area so I assume you have a populace that is educated about pots and ready and willing to buy those big pieces. I'd love to be able to make and sell larger pieces, but I seem to be the mug and goblet king.