Cat Jarosz on wed 14 jul 04
July 15 thru 18 Asheville NC Civic Center on Haywood Street downtown .
times 10 am to 6 pm thursday thru sunday... over 180 booths of some of
the finest crafts in the southern highlands region.. I took a short tour of
the show while it was being set up today and my mouth was non stop in awe
position. It just keeps getting better every yr IMO...
I will be in booth 45 upstairs on the concourse ( next to smoking area
exit) please feel welcome to stop and chat and let me know your CLAY ARTER !
Its always such a buzz to meet clay arters and makes me really happy too..
Neal on sun 18 jul 04
I just returned from a week in the North Carolina
mountains. It was so nice to meet Cat and see her work at
the craft fair. And as she said, there were so many
wonderful potters and other crafters there. It's a
wonderful show and worth the trip. I just lucked out that
it was going on while my partner was attending the
Southeastern Jurisdictional Conference at Lake Junaluska.
(The next craft fair is in October, and I may try to go
back for it.)
One of Cat's newest pots is on the promotional website for
the show: http://www.southernhighlandguild.org/fairs.html.
It's the teapot at the top. I also saw a photo of one of
her pots in a free newspaper.
Earlier in the week I went to the studios of the Energy
Xchange near Burnsville
(http://www.energyxchange.org/mission_cs.html). The potters
I met there were very friendly. One of them, Liz Sparks,
was also at the craft fair. My main reason for going,
though, was to see a glassblower--John Geci. Watching glass
being made is mesmerizing for me.
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Ron & Nancy Hughes on sun 18 jul 04
Thanks Neal for the site , Cat had told me about it but I didn't have an
example. It good to see her work getting out there. I think she is