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Item Selected  :  Bowl by Katy Blakey
Category  :  Celebrity Auction
Lot # : 301
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Bowl by Katy Blakey

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Opening Bid  :  $25.00
Current Bid  :  $280.00
Bid Increment  :  $5.00
Minimum Bid  :  $285.00
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Description of Item

Size: 11 1/2" diameter x 6" high
Technique: Wheel thrown

About the Artist

Katy created her bowl with the assistance of Lisa LaBarge, a professional potter and owner of The McKinney Art Studio.

Katy Blakey anchors NBC 5 News weekend evenings and reports during the week. An Emmy Award-winning reporter, Katy's work has also been honored with Lone Star Emmy nominations, including Best News Anchor, and recognized by the Oklahoma Associated Press. Katy, a North Texas native, joined the NBC 5 team in January of 2015.

No stranger to breaking news or severe weather, Katy solo-anchored live coverage of the early morning attack on Dallas Police Headquarters and hours-long stand-off. She covered the national outpouring of support for five DPD officers killed while protecting a peaceful protest in downtown Dallas and traveled to Houston for President George H. W. Bush’s memorial services.

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Shipping Details
Buyer pays actual shipping costs. We plan to do a contact free porch drop-off between 10am – 2pm on Saturday, May 2, for customers living in McKinney, Allen or Fairview. If not a resident in these cities and you don’t wish to pay for shipping, the bowls will be available for pick-up at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, McKinney, at a date to be set in the future. Details to follow.