Pottery purchased was wrapped up for buyers to keep it safe.
Art lined the Newberry Arts Center for one of the largest pottery sales in South Carolina.
Lucia Hodge with the Edgefield Clay Studio was set up inside of the Newberry Firehouse Conference Center with lots of tools and goodies.
Several projection screens portrayed lots of angles during demonstrations so nothing was missed.
Presenter Lisa Orr demonstrated how to create depth and interest in a pottery piece.
Presenter Michael Kline demonstrated his traditionally rooted pottery forms as well as a variety of surface treatments.
The South Carolina Clay Conference provided a unique opportunity to view and purchase one-of-a-kind objects and functional art.
Artwork was set up Thursday afternoon at the Newberry Arts Center.
Bridget Carey checks in Thursday for the South Carolina Clay Conference.
2018 S.C. Clay Conference Presenter Shadow May prepares for a break-out session at the Newberry Arts Center Clay Studio.
City PRT Staff and Volunteers take a break during the SCCC’s annual BBQ dinner.
Lisa Orr’s pottery made for a colorful display at the SCCC Pottery Sale & Exhibit.
Michael Kline and Lisa Orr pose for a photo with Attendees of the 2018 S.C. Clay Conference.
S.C. Clay Conference Organizer Marquerite Palmer is surprised with a Gift from daughter and fellow clay artist, Marlowe Whitaker.
Work from the 2018 SCCC presenters was available for sale at the Newberry Arts Center during the weekend.