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Heading to Zanesville and catching the rising sun. I am driving and taking the picture thinking, "This will show up on a pot."
This is the "Airwood" lot where venders set up on the weekends. They are out there at 6 am.
Ted and Pat Sallaz taking a peek at my tiles.
And Tim O considering a hollyhock pot.
Ms. Claudine - mentioned in previous updates with the Peony pot- considering starting a gourd collection.
Here is Maddy of Fioriware Pottery, which I am sad to say, just shuttered it's doors after 20 years of making wonderful pots and dishes in downtown Zanesville. (That is my last Oak Tree tile.) Sorry Maddy, not a great picture.
Scott Draves of Door Pottery checking out a framed tile.
One of my "Pine Forest" and...
"Northern Lights" hybrids.
I sold that pot in the center from a show at the Sioux City Art Center back in 2000 or so. I assumed I would never see it again and where does it show up? In Zanesville, of course.
One room had a LOT of Santa Barbara Ceramic Design. That stuff looks better and better every year.
On July 9th, we had a "New Art Potters" party. Pictured are Eric Olson, Linda Huey, Scott Draves, David (Huey), Chris Powell, and myself.
That is Dod Stewart, author of the "Shearwater Pottery" book on the left, Dave Rostash, Zaneville resident and pottery collector extradoriare, and Ted Sallaz, past president of the Pottery lovers. Three of the best. These guys...
and these guys- the Wright "family" - are the reason Zanesville is so much fun.
A picture of some of the pots in Steve Wright's room.
Chris Powell admiring Eric Olson's production. Actually we pondered his pots until 3:30 am while we consumed a bottle of rum.
Chris Powell doing business. Hey Chris, send them over to my room, please.
Which tile? Hmmmmmm.
The AAPA put up this display in the Holiday Inn lobby.
This is a lousy picture, but I had to include it since it is the only one I have of my gourds in little groupings.
On Tuesday evening, folks gathered for the Mixer and "Show-and-Tell."
Two of those gathering, Maggie and Freeman Jones of Turtle Island Pottery.
Show and Tell is an annual event at Pottery Lovers. There is a theme- this year it was "Zaneville Flowers"- and anyone can bring a pot and have it in the display.
If you want to see a particular pot close up, one of the hosts- in this case, Arnie Small- will bring the pot to you for a closer look.
Here is a picture of some of the Shearwater Pottery in Dod Stewart's room. It is not often you get to see this much at one time.
Terry Senior and Mary Rostash discussing a piece of Santa Barbara with a cat painted on it.
Heading home after four days. Another road picture that may show up on a pot.