The season of gift giving is just around the corner. What better gift could there be than one lovingly hand created? Just such items can be found at the Greene County Museum beginning November 10th through December 30th. Treedown Pottery, by friends Mary Wynne Beaman and Mark Bunch, will be on exhibit. There is no entrance fee and the public is invited.

Mugs, bowls, bakers, vases: simple forms until ideas start bouncing around about adding detail and choosing color. Straightforward cylinders end up being anything but, once decisions are made about how to finish them out. Throughout the creative process, clay imposes its own rules; physics and chemistry demand respect. And yet, it’s details and color on top of the foundation that catch the eye. Beaman and Bunch of TreeDown Pottery extend an invitation to the public to see how these variables all play out in their work.

The Greene County Museum is open Tuesday-Saturday from 11am until 4pm. The museum is located at 107 NW Third Street in Historic Downtown Snow Hill. For more information, please call (252) 747-1999.

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