Clementine Hunter’s famous paintings of cotton pickings, wash days, pecan pickings, weddings, baptisms, funerals and other scenes of life on Melrose Plantation have made her works an important part of American history. The Clementine Hunter ceramic collection is entirely made by hand and hand-painted. No two pieces are alike. Each piece has its own distinctive shape whose textured surface allows you to feel the passion in her work. Hang them on your wall, display them on your bookshelf, use them as a centerpiece for your table, or make them your favorite serving pieces for any occasion.
Saturday night was a busy time at the Friendly Place, a Honky Tonk on Cane River. In this scene, Clementine Hunter shows the party seems to have moved outside. The popular pastime on Cane River was meeting up at the Friendly Place, a popular local bar easily recognized by the window fan in the front.