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Thursday, September 13, 2018

A few more shots of pottery exhibits

Yes, I enjoyed my visit to the North Carolina Pottery Center in Seagrove, in Aug.

Every time I see Miss Marchand's work, I understand the urge to touch.  Her porcelain is folded so gently it looks almost like fabric!

I just love Michele Hastings' gingko leaf carvings with her partner Jeff Brown!

Jim Tisnado, Eastern Carolina Ceramics Guild.

These organic shapes were kind of fun to look at, is it animal or vegetable?  I think they are seed pods.


  1. Hello, pretty images from the exhibit. The first one does look like fabric, amazing. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

  2. Love those folds! And the carved gingko leaves!

  3. So beautiful, especially the first one! I would never want to leave this place.

  4. I haven't been to the current exhibition at the pottery center. Thanks for sharing the photo of our display there!

  5. Thanks Eileen, Vicki, his and Michele! I wish I had had more time at the museum...but alas, these are the end of my photos from my brief visit. Next time I'll make sure to eat lunch before going there! And it would be nice to have more than one restaurant in Seagrove!

  6. lovely folds...eminently touchable,so hands in pockets!


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