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Opening reception Friday for ‘Mica’ at Pottery 101

Submitted by Pottery 101

Pottery 101 presents Mica: an exhibit featuring the artists of Mica Gallery

Begin your Valentine’s weekend this Friday night at Pottery 101 for the annual champagne and chocolate extravaganza that, this year, features a unique collaboration between two galleries, Pottery 101 and Mica Gallery.

Mica Gallery is a fine contemporary craft gallery that is collaboratively owned by a community of artists and craftspeople. Mica opened its doors in May of 2012 in downtown Bakersville, NC.

Cheryl Goins, owner of Pottery 101, was there for that opening. “I have admired the work of these artists for many years” states Cheryl Goins. “I have attended workshops by Suze Lindsay, Kent McLaughlin, Joy Tanner, Gertrude Graham Smith and Cynthia Bringle. These artists have left an indelible mark on my work and have served to influence my personal aesthetic. I am so excited to feature their work at Pottery 101.”

Featured artists are: Chuck Young and Deana Blanchard, Suze Lindsay, Kent McLaughlin, Gertrude Graham Smith, Cynthia Bringle, Joy Tanner, William Baker, Claudia Dunaway, Jenny Lou Sherburne, Pam Brewer, Jon Ellenbogen and Becky Plummer, Lisa Joerling and David Ross.

WANT TO GO?

The opening reception is Friday,
Feb. 13, from 6-9 p.m.. The works will be on exhibit until March 14.
 

Gallery hours are Monday through Friday 10-6 and Saturday 10-5

Pottery 101, 101 S. Main St., 704-209-1632, www.pottery-101.com

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