So, Mikey McGhee says this is a teapot?

I met Mikey McGhee about a year ago.  I was throwing on my potter’s wheel in my workspace at C2C Gallery.  She stopped in to have a look with her husband.  Mikey asked if I was taking on new artists, which I wasn’t at the time.  They left.  Her husband would stop in periodically to chat seeing how we were doing as a business.  Then, one day, I took the time to look at Mikey’s work and read about her.  What impressed me was her desire to create a form that should be impossible to make in clay.

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Her tenacity is another thing.  She continued to ask if she could show her work at C2C.  I finally paid attention.  Mikey’s teapots are amazing.  She has worked hard to exhibit them all over the country.  They were on exhibit in New York City recently.  I feel fortunate to be able to show them to our West Michigan market.

McGhee teapot.Posy by Mikey McGhee

Stop in and tell me what you think.  
Better yet, stop in on Friday night, June 6 and meet Mikey.