One of the most successful events Spark Creative Artspace held in 2015 was our first effort at an art related event connected with the Super Bowl. We had a local potter make us a raft of one of a kind thrown stoneware soup bowls which we sold for $15 each. With the assistance and support of Three Spoons Diner, participants could then eat all the homemade soups, along with a delicious corn bread, they wished.
This year’s potter is Margaret Gingerich, the niece of Norman Gingerich, from Nelsonville. Margaret is a graduate of OU’s school of art and has been a studio potter for sixteen years. We hope to have her present with a display of her creations.
We wanted to do this on Super Bowl Sunday but for decades that’s been the turf of the Mother’s Club and their annual sub sandwich sale. So, we chose the Sunday before the game and created a pre-game party a week earlier.
Please come join us on Sunday, January 31 from 11:30 am until 2:00 pm at our studios located at 251 Jefferson St. in Greenfield. We will have a special price for children under age fifteen, $5. It will not, however, include a ceramic bowl.
This is a great event for the family so please share it with your friends and family. The price will include a hand thrown bowl valued at $15 or more, unlimited soups, cornbread, selection of beverages and a dessert.
Tickets available at the door with cash, check, or credit card.