Friday, March 8, 2013

Celebrate Spring with the Seagrove Potters, North Carolina

Seagrove Pottery Spring Kiln Openings - Seagrove, North Carolina  
You’re invited...
to Celebrate Spring with a studio tour of
Seagrove, NC area potteries nestled in the countryside.
On April 20 and 21, 2013

38 Seagrove Potteries working together.
 Spring kiln openings, studio tours, door prizes, pottery demonstrations, refreshments and more!

Locations are at the individual pottery shops. The Seagrove Pottery Shops have their own individual hours that they are open. Please check the brochure for clarification.

Seagrove Pottery Spring Kiln Openings - Seagrove, North Carolina
On April 20 and 21, 2013

Potter Events

Ben Owen Pottery will have pottery demonstrations by Ben Owen III periodically throughout the weekend.

Bulldog Pottery - Bruce Gholson and Samantha Henneke will have new vases and tiles, and serve light refreshments.

Caldwell-Hohl Artworks will feature new work, garden art, studio tours and light refreshments.

Crystal King & King’s Pottery wood-fired kiln unloaded at 10 a.m Saturdayat Kings Pottery. Numbered collaborative 3-faced jugs & special animal sculptures by Crystal will be available.

Donna Craven is celebrating with new spring themed pots, refreshments and door prizes.

Eck McCanless Pottery is offering visitors the opportunity to get their hands dirty with hands-on turning and Agateware carving demonstrations.

From the Ground Up - with guest Melanie Hutchins, new work by Michael Mahan, Levi Mahan, Chelsea Mahan. Horse hair firing in the afternoons. A.M. Organic scones, coffee, leek, potato soup for lunch.

Great White Oak Gallery is celebrating spring with demonstrations and refreshments.

Hickory Hill Pottery will feature new glaze combinations as well as door prizes and refreshments. Come join in the fun!

Keith Martindale Pottery will offer demonstrations and refreshments.

Lantern Hill Pottery will have refreshments and doorprizes.

Latham’s Pottery will have pottery demonstrations and refreshments.

Michele Hastings & Jeff Brown Pottery present new collaborative work, fresh from the latest firings and will be demonstrating throughout the weekend.

Old Gap Pottery will have brushwork decorating and throwing demonstrations along with morning coffee and biscotti.

Studio Touya will feature the latest wood fired pots and offer refreshments.

 Tom Gray Pottery - In addition to new pottery pieces, Tom will also have a selection of his handmade kitchen knives.

Whynot Pottery & Acacia Art Tile is Celebrating Spring with “Mud & Suds”, with special guest Laurie Abela of Abela Bodycare. Also, offering refreshments and tours of their work building and kilns.

The following pottery shops; Southern Spirits, Avery, Blue Hen, BlueStone, Chris Luther, Chrisco, Daniel Johnston, Dean and Martin, DirtWorks, Fireshadow, Frank Neef, JLK Jewelry/Jugtown, Luck’s Ware, McNeill’s, O’Quinn, Ray, Seagrove Stoneware, Smith, Snowhill, are also participating in the Celebration of Spring. Each shop will have something special for visitors to enjoy.

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