This month, ( June) I am honored to have the display window of The Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana, down on Main Street, in Evansville Indiana. Since I do different styles of pottery, from different time periods of American history, I thought it fun to do a progression of pieces from early America to contemporary pieces. The back wall holds the colonial and early American inspired redware, the pedestals, mid 19th century folk wares and the bottom ledge, contemporary functional tea sets. If you get a chance, take a walk on the walkway and you too can reflect on my work.
This image was taken through the access door to the window. One can only see this view if you have the super secret access code, and your thumbprint is scanned into the security system. So, this is probably the only time you will see the pots from this angle.
The march of the tea pots.
So, come on down to Main Street; I would love to have you reflecting on my pieces!