|Pot Hop and Jam, "it's teamwork"|
Friday morning before we left for our opening at the Natural Science Museum in Raleigh, we sat around the table busy as bees putting stamps and labels onto our Pot Hop and Jam postcards. We hustled them down to the post office, which was a good thing, because we later found out that on Monday the post office was going to be closed. We are going to be in D.C. with out pots and friends for a home show on October 22 and 23 with Mark Shapiro and Sam Taylor, two great potters from Massachusetts. On Saturday night all four of us will give a demo from 6:30-10:30 at Hinckley Pottery. The demo is $40 in advance and $45 at the door. If you are in the area come by to see us! That would be so much fun. We did this last year and had a blast. Here are a couple of blog posts from last years Pot Hop and Jam
We are still working on those images that I took of the work we have on display in the Nature Art Gallery. I will make a post here when they are all up on flickr. It is amazing how time consuming sorting, editing, organizing all of those images can be.
Gloria had family here this past weekend, and we toured around on Saturday to see some of the potteries. We had a blast. We don't get the opportunity to get around to see the Seagrove potteries all that often. Just too busy working in our own studio and taking care of our pottery shop. But wow let me tell you it is fun and worth doing. After taking everyone around on Saturday, while we were driving back we counted up how many different potteries we visited. We saw 9 potteries, and I commented "Just think there are around 50 more to see, when are you coming back?"
Below is our postcard for the Pot Hop and Jam in Washington, D.C., Oct. 22nd & 23rd
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