This is such a pretty time of the year, and the trees just get prettier and prettier this year.
We are in the final weeks before the Celebration of Seagrove Potters. You may read all kinds of things about the potters participating in this event, however as they say in the corporate world, numbers speak! Over 70% of the potters that live in Seagrove are participating in this event to preserve and showcase work made in the community of Seagrove. This is an opportunity to see the majority of artists under on ROOF (indoors!!), working together to protect the heritage of Seagrove. The flyer lists all the participating shops and studios, and all of these people have been working together, meeting and formulating ideas about their festival. Everyone has a chance to voice their opinion and have it considered!
Phil Morgan was quoted in the Courier-Tribune saying two festivals will be great for Seagrove. I am unfamiliar with many of the names that are exhibiting at the other festival, but I know for sure that you will find what you are looking for at the Celebration.
I hope you'll attend the Gala and go home with one of the many one-of-a-kind collaborative pieces. Visit www.CelebrationOfSeagrovePotters.com to view these pieces, buy your tickets and get more information.
Now I better get to work on my collaborative piece with Sandi Barden!