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Some Losses Are Greater Than Others

We are used to pots breaking in the kiln or in transit, sometimes we break them during the creation process, as potters we get used to loss.  However, this morning when I found out that Art 101 Gallery where the GA Clay Council held it's holiday sale burned to the ground I couldn't imagine the feeling of loss for John (the owner) or the owners of the other businesses that were destroyed by the fire.  I know John lost a huge part of his history to the flames, his family had been in that store for more than 100 years.
Here's the full story.  Please keep these people in your thoughts. 

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  1. I am so sorry for your loss as well.

  2. Thank you, as one of my other friends said "He lost art, his family's past, and his livelihood. Insurance cannot cover all that."

  3. I've never been to Canton. I hope the gallery can make a comeback.

  4. Terry, you missed some nice examples of turn of the century architecture. One of the things I liked was the marble top on the old soda fountain.
    I hope it can also.


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