Another of her projects is curating an exhibition at the North Carolina Pottery Center. After she posted about it, I commented and she offered a guided tour of the exhibit.From the curator no less ! We met her at the pottery center after we had lunch and had a very enjoyable tour. There were old pots, new pots, a display of kiln stacking techniques and the best explanation ever on the threads that tie it all together.Time marches on so we gathered around the trunk of her car and sorted through the pots she had brought with her. It put one final dent in our pottery budgets but once you get your hands on her pots you know you need to take some home. Brenda gave us a great tour and it was very generous of her to offer. Currently on her blog, she is trying a new form every week for a year and soliciting constructive criticism on the project. Help me thank her by stopping by her blog and leaving a comment. Here are some pictures. If you click on them you may be able to read the info. I didn't take notes so I only captioned the ones I was sure of. Thanks for stopping by.
|Two of Brenda's Pots|