Artists: Zonolite holiday art show

It was a wild weekend as the whole family of 5 Architecture Tourists hit 3 holiday artist shows and 2 loft tours. More on the lofts later. Let's start with Zonolite Road, off Briarcliff near Emory. It's one of my favorite light industrial districts and a mighty easy spot for artsy Christmas shopping: Art, soaps, pottery, jewelry, screen printing.

On the left is Barbara Briggs of Barbara Bars handcrafted bath products. I'm so sorry about the picture.
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When the jewelry isn't in the safe it's in these showcases:
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On the right is artist Georgia Nagle with a few of her paintings in the background.
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Next door are potters Lora Rust (left) and Katy McDougal who is creating Hooray For Clay in Decatur. Is "potters" the right word? How about Clay Artists?
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There are more thing done with clay that I ever imagined.
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Randy Pendergraf of Small World Screen Printing:
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Victoria Greenhood (left) of Victoria Greenhood Jewelry Design pleased the female Architecture Tourists and me too.
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Thanks,
Terry