Sepia Saturday gives this marketplace view...
Friday evening the pottery students are selling their work at very reasonable prices in a sales area, contributing to the Black Mountain Center for the Arts.
|Waiting for the customers to arrive, playing with a mirror!|
Here's a video with children and other musical contributions from Black Mountain Holly Jolly 2016.
There's always a music program on the first floor of the Center for the Arts, but the Gallery and sales room on the second floor are what I'd recommend. Yes, I'll be there, and I hope that this year is very successful!
The Gallery has beautiful work by the students and teachers on display from Dec 1, 2017 through Feb. 1, 208. The following are some of the work that was displayed last year.
For many years, at great cost, I traveled through many countries, saw the high mountains, the oceans. The only things I did not see were the sparkling dewdrops in the grass just outside my door.