A pottery collection is on display at the International Peace Garden. Potter David Krindle has pieces mixed in with the garden's cactus collection. Peace Garden CEO Garry Enns hopes people will come out to view the Pottery.
"The collection is 26 pieces," says Enns. "They're all fairly different and unique, just like cacti are all different and unique. We have them exhibited and displayed within the collection. So as you're walking through the cactus collection now, you will see a certain flash of colour that you wouldn't see otherwise. Some pieces are large, some pieces are small. They do blend into and accent the cactus collection very very well."
Enns adds the pottery collection will be on display until mid-October. He adds the display could change because all the pieces are for sale.