Flying Cat Studio celebrates a decade

Professional potters Susan Phillips and Velda Davis will hold a special kiln opening and pottery sale from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sept. 29 and 30 and noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday at their studio located in the Utah Mountain Estates.

Both artists’ work is available in local galleries, but this event allows their new work to be seen as soon as it is unloaded from the kiln, and is also a celebration of the “Buy Local” and “Handmade in America” movements.

Everyone who attends the kiln opening will receive a free piece of pottery, while supplies last. Take Interstate 40 to Exit 20 on US 276 (Jonathan Creek) for three miles, turn left onto Utah Mountain Road, then left at Windy Hill. The studio is on the right.

828.507.1305 or 828.400.5494.

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