then i headed over the Green Rice Gallery owned by Carla Garrison. she currently has an amazing show up called "Postgig" it was a fabulous exhibition of original concert posters! i was in love with every piece, sadly none of them were for sale, they a were collection on display, but never-the-less they looked AMAZING, and i got to chat and catch up a bit with Carla as well...which is always a joy.
while i was at Lark & Key, sandy told me about a "pottery sale" going on at a local potter's house, she also told me the guest artist was suze lindsay...for those of you who don't know, suze lindsay is an amazing potter and well known all over for her work. if you mentioned name to any potter or collector, they would know exactly who you're talking about...i was so excited to see her work...well when we got to the house there was so much pottery! just tons! and... SUZE WAS THERE!!! i didn't know she'd actually BE there! when i got there, she was feeding a thirsty dog some water out of one of her fabulous bowls! when the dog was done, she plopped to bowl right back on the table! i love it! i got to talk with her for a little while, and what a neat lady! i knew it was slightly juvenile, but i asked if i could snap a photo with her...she was so sweet and put her arm around me and pulled me in for a quick shot.
me and suze...;)
suze lindsay pottery
there were other really talented artists there and two of them i had bought their work from Lark & Key awhile ago. Amy Sanders, Jennifer Mecca, Julie Wiggins, Ron Philbeck were just a few others i had the privilege of meeting.
pottery by Amy Sanders
pottery by Jennifer Mecca
pottery by julie wiggins
pottery by Ron Philbeck