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April 2014

Bulldog Pottery in Seagrove, NC, Offers “Daffie Days” - Apr. 4 & 5, 2014

Celebrate the Vase on Apr. 4-5, 2014, 10am-5pm, with potters Bruce Gholson and Samantha Henneke of Bulldog Pottery in Seagrove, NC, by attending “Daffie Days - Hello Spring! A Celebration of the Ubiquitous Daffodil”.

Some things just work better as a pair, like pencil and paper, clay and water - and in the pottery community of Seagrove you will find a dynamic duo working and living at Bulldog Pottery. Potters, Bruce Gholson and Samantha Henneke are a pair and work side by side in their studio creating pottery that is nearly impossible to resist. And for those who collect, create, or covet ceramics or those just beginning to explore the beauty of shaped clay should head on out to their “Daffie Days”.

Join them when they display their newest vases, a form that is the potters’ path to connect people to the beauty of spring blooming flora. Every spring Gholson and Henneke focus on their carefully crafted and glazed vase forms to celebrate beautiful spring flowers, especially the queen of all – the ubiquitous daffodil, whose many varieties bloom from mid-January to early May.

Everyone gets a cup of coffee and a slice of the latest yummy coming out of the oven.

Bulldog Pottery is located 5 miles south of the town of Seagrove, NC, at 3306 US Highway 220 Alt. (Exit 58 Black Ankle or Exit 61 Seagrove).

For further information check our NC Commercial Gallery listings, call 336/302-3469 or visit (www.bulldogpottery.com).

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