SEA-WORTHY by Eight of Clay

Eight of Clay is presenting new works this summer at Scott Manor House in Bedford Nova Scotia. July 8-14, 2019


The Dartmouth ceramics group Eight of Clay returns to Bedford’s Scott Manor House Gallery on July 8 with a new exhibition and sale, inspired by the ocean, called Sea-Worthy.

Our visitors always look forward to seeing the beautiful and creative works featured in this popular show and sale,” says Scott Manor House volunteer Jean MacLeod.

Running one week through July 14, Sea-Worthy spotlights both sculpture and functional ware.

The Eight of Clay are France Arruda, Shirley Berman, Lorraine Dewtie, Maryanne Fisher, Karyn Hollasch, Cathy Morrison, Nancy Roberts, and Naomi Walsh.

Open hours for Sea-Worthy are 1–4 p.m. daily, with evening openings Monday–Wednesday, July 8-10.

For more information about Eight of Clay or Sea-Worthy, contact Nancy Roberts at 902 461-1986.