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Volume 24, Number 5 — May 2017

IN FOCUS: Reception for Iron Mountain Stoneware Exhibit at WKRAC

Mary Jane Miller of Bristol, left, chats with Betsy White, Executive Director of WKRAC.
Mary Jane Miller of Bristol, left, chats with Betsy White, Executive Director of WKRAC.
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January 28, 2008

ABINGDON, Va. — Visitors braved chilly weather to attend the opening reception at William King Regional Arts Center (WKRAC) in Abingdon, Va. for "Shaping the Earth," an exhibit of Iron Mountain Stoneware of Laurel Bloomery, Tenn.

TO FIND OUT about the exhibit click HERE.

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From left: Adam Justice, Curator of Fine Art; Pat Jessee, Manager of WKRAC's Adult and Community Programs; Trisha Maust-Blosser, Curator of Folk and Decorative Arts; Nancy Lamb, the founder of Iron Mountain Stoneware in the 1960s; Ben Jennings, a member of WKRAC's board of directors; and Betsy White, Executive Director of WKRAC.


Among those enjoying delectible goodies at the reception was Gayle Dutton.