One of my recurring frustrations - everywhere I have sold my work - is the inability to display the items well. I have personally never found a way to do
it truly effectively - except when I've done a show at MY house, when I could quite literally use MANY different areas of the house to hang items and use various props and pieces of furniture to spread things out on surfaces. The owners of Port City Pottery have tried a number of ways to help display my work and now have found a NEW way that is attractive, effective, and I hope inviting to the public. Thank you, PCPFC!!
It's a display "tree" in coated metal, from which is hanging an array of scarves and bags. It has been placed in front of the largest window in the gallery - one that gives onto the outer Cotton Exchange hallway, and when approaching from one direction, provides a view into the gallery and directly onto the "tree" filled with my work! WOW!!! I am so pleased with this change and wish to thank the gallery owners, and particularly Pam, for their tireless efforts to find a solution!