COLUMN: For Ginnifer Scott, pottery is an expression of faith

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Posted: Friday, September 6, 2013 7:45 am

I have known the Scott family for some time now, and for Ginnifer Scott, pottery has been a fun hobby that allows her to express the characteristics for which she is best known. Oftentimes you see her pottery in downtown shops such as the Water Street Market.

Scott, the director of special needs at the American Renaissance School here in Statesville, wants her pottery to be happy; she uses bright colors, flowers and angels in her pottery designs to make the recipient’s day just a little brighter.

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