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Wake-Robin Gallery Open House

Near the border between Summers and Monroe Counties in West Virginia, sits the village of Forest Hill and Wake Robin Gallery.  The gallery is a pottery shop which sits next to a church where two future Presidents of the United States camped during the Civil War. It doesn’t appear that much has changed in this small mountain community.

 

On December 3rd the Wake Robin Gallery is having an open house from 10 to 4 along with demonstrations, refreshments, live music and door prizes.

I remember my first visit to Forest Hill and Wake Robin Gallery.  It seemed to be the perfect store in perfect community.  It’s the kind of place a traveler through the state calls a gem.  The gallery appears to be in an old store or post office, which lends to its charm.  Upon entering you discover a delightful array of treasures which seem to sparkle from the natural light and the display is a reflection of the artist who created it.

wakerobingarlic-keepers_1Marcia Springston is a kind, generous and talented potter, who also happens to have been blind from birth.  Biblical stories of blind potters come to mind as this gentle woman greets her customers whom she always seems to happy to see.

Marcia recently created her own website which shows off some of her treasures.  You may want to go to www.WakeRobinGallery.com and discover some of those treasures for yourself.

If you’re planning on coming by to enjoy this great event and meet this talented artist, you can find other things to do while in Forest Hill and Summers County by going to www.Hinton.WVyourWay.com and searching all the things you’re interested in under our “Tourism” heading.  Be sure to narrow your search to Summers County, or you may search everything in Forest Hill or Summers County by clicking the “Select All” button before narrowing your search to the specific location.

You can find even more events on the www.Hinton.WVyourWay.com Event page.

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November 20, 2016 - Posted by | Tourism | , , ,

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