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On this episode we have Lucinda Leaman and Avonell Watson of the Potter’s Guild. The Potters Guild provides education, a space for artists to sell and create their work, and for the lovers of clay to come together. Located on 14 S. Market Street, next to the infamous restaurant Wags. The Potters Guild Group started with a small group of members, growing to 33 members. Continue listening to the podcast to listen to Lucinda and Avonells passion for pottery!
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The Potters’ Guild of Frederick (PGF) is a non-profit provider of ceramic education, artistic cooperation, and congenial clay camaraderie to the community of Frederick. PGF is open to all interested individuals in the community. Members have the option of participating in PGF’s Gallery to share and sell finished work with local residents and visitors to Frederick. PGF provides not only clay education, but small business and craft fair expertise to the membership. Monthly meetings are typically held at the Common Market and are open to the public. The PGF Gallery is located on 14 S. Market Street in Historic Downtown Frederick and is open Wednesday through Sunday.
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