When you’re reaching into your cabinet to grab a coffee cup, you’re likely looking for that one special mug. It fits just perfectly in your hand, maybe one of your kids made it for you, or maybe it holds special memories … but in any case, it holds your morning coffee. Well, here at the Center, we have a special kind of cup, too. Our clients will recognize them because the John Glick Plum Tree Pottery mugs are stashed in our coffee supply cabinet just for you. And just like there’s meaning behind your favorite mug, there’s also meaning behind the locally-made Plum Tree Pottery. Our social committee decided it was time to uncover the meaning with a field trip (we still get to do those … but now we don’t need a signed permission slip).
Just a few miles down the road from the Center office we found Plum Tree Pottery and artist John Glick. We have known John for years and he was happy to give us a tour of his studio, showroom, and lovely home. Speeding down 10 Mile Road in Farmington Hills, you would never guess that such a serene, peaceful home and studio were nearby. After we ogled John’s unique ceramic collections, trying hard not to break anything, we got to hear how passionate he is about his work (it’s not exactly financial planning, but not everyone can have as great a job as we do!). Our social committee had done it again, proving that though we love bulls, we don’t act like bulls in a china shop when you take us out of the office. Check out www.johnglick.com to learn more about John and Plum Tree Pottery.
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