Friday, October 3, 2008

Circle show at Lark and Key

Tonight was the opening of our Circle of Eight show at Lark and Key. It was a beautiful evening on a gallery crawl Friday, so many people were out and about. Julie and Sandy (the co-owner of Lark and Key) did a great job setting up the show- our pots were displayed very nicely.

We were honored to have Diana Fayt as our guest artist for this show. I have admired her pots for some time and it was really exciting to see a small collection of them at the show. The surfaces she creates are very rich; it's easy to spend quite some time exploring each pot.

Here are some of my pots...plus Julie's little tumblers in front Ron and Jen's work....
Ron's platter and work by Adrienne... Pots by Julie, Jen and Greg...
Lark and Key carries my work typically, so here's some of the other work I have there on display...


A real treat for the night was having Guthrie at the opening. He stole the show, of course, and welcomed me to the gallery by spitting up all over me about 3 or 4 times. Thanks little man! He was super cute in his brown (which somehow we were all wearing, so he fit right in). Here's Sarah and Ron Philbeck getting their Guthrie fix! Such naturals!









6 comments:

jbf said...

I can't believe we missed you AGAIN by about ten minutes. I'll get to meet this guy someday.

ang said...

what a nice little setup, you guys have been busy...congrats on the show..

Jen Mecca said...

Amy,
I hate the I missed you and little Guthrie. I wanted Joey to see him. The show did look really good. Hope to see soon! jen

Becky said...

It was great to see you and so much of your work in one place! And - finally- we had the pleasure of meeting "The Man." You're right. He stole the show!

kydbean said...

Great show at Guy and Sandy's! I am a huge fan of your work! We met a few years back at a opening at McColl Center when you were there. Hope all keeps going well for you!

Kyla Hall

amy said...

John and Jen- so sorry I missed you guys!

Ang, Becky and Kyla- thanks for the compliments! The show was great; it's always such a pleasure to show with friends.