Friday, September 9, 2011

7th Annual Potters Market at the Mint Museum Randolph

We are all packed up and ready to go. Well, just about all ready. We are more ready today than usual. There is always a big heave ho at the very end to get everything into the van and to make sure we remember all the gear that will be needed to set up for a pottery event.

The Potters Market presented by the Delhom Service at the Mint Museum Randolph is located on the front lawn under a large white tent. There are 40 potteries selected from all over North Carolina.  A variety of pottery will be there.  

This year Bruce and I will bring our Moka and Shino glazed pottery. I have been working on decorating with my insect images on these jars that you see below.  Bruce has been focused on working with his shino glaze again.  We also have been testing some new glazes to add to the pallet, and getting warmed up for the next kiln firings.

Hope to see you there! 
Our shop here in Seagrove is open, Ed, Gloria and Max will be holding down the fort.



4 comments:

Michael Kline said...

That blue adds ZIP!

jbf said...

Very nice! Can't wait to see it in person.

Ron said...

Hope ya'll have a great show. Looks like I'm not going to make it out this year. Sell a ton!

Jesse Lu said...

Ww, Samantha, those Moka and Shino pots are out of this world beautiful! I can't wait to see your pots in person one day. :)