Oddities & Exploration, an exhibition of unconventional, eccentric and occasionally unmarketable ceramic pieces that have resulted from exploring an artistic vision. Photo submitted

Oddities & Exploration at Potters Place

For the month of April, the Potters Place Gallery in Courtenay is featuring Oddities & Exploration, an exhibition of unconventional, eccentric and occasionally unmarketable ceramic pieces that have resulted from exploring an artistic vision.

Join us through April 30 at the gallery at the corner of Cliffe Avenue and 5th Street in Courtenay to see what our talented Comox Valley artisans have put on display.

We are open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Potters Place Gallery is managed by a society dedicated to promoting public awareness and appreciation of the ceramic arts. It provides a venue for members to exhibit and sell their work, awards bursaries to ceramic art students and helps potters in need.

For more information on the gallery, see us on Facebook, go to thepottersplace.ca, or call (250) 334-4613.

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