Within the context of this show, the term Flower Power is not a reference to the movement or ideology of the late 1960s and early 1970s. Here, Flower Power is a visual appreciation of the visceral and aesthetic power of pottery and plants. Individually, pottery, flowers, and plants have the power to affect our thoughts and feelings. When combined, that power is sometimes intensified, perhaps because of the symbiotic relationship between earth and nature.
Curated by the NCPC Exhibitions Committee
Garry Childs, Donna Craven, Onay Cruz, Delores Hayes, Judith Duff, Mary Farrell, Shanna Fliegel, Steven Forbes-deSoule, Michael Hamlin-Smith, Daniel Johnston, Matt Jones, Michael & Levi Mahan, Rob & Beth Mangum, Zeke McCanless, Jim McDowell, Allison McGowan, Bob Meier, Jim & Shirl Parmentier, Hal & Eleanor Pugh, Rob Pulleyn, Charlie and Linda Riggs, Joseph Sand, Akira Satake, Tom Whitaker, Julie Wiggins
Join us for the Opening Reception on Saturday, March 12, 2016, from 12:00—2:00 p.m. The reception is open to the public and free of charge.
Please note that all of the outstanding pieces by the extraordinary artists featured in this exhibition will be available for purchase.