Seagrove Wood Fire Pottery Tour
Saturday, June 3rd 10am -5pm
Sunday, June 4th 10am – 4pm

For all the Wood-Fired Pottery Lovers out there!

The Triangle Studio is a part of a community of wood fire Potters in the Seagrove, North Carolina area. This group of ceramic artists fire a majority of their work in wood burning kilns. Co-founders Kate Waltman and Erin Younge have fired wood kilns in Seagrove and the surrounding area for 10+ years. Kate Waltman is well-known for her large wood-fired vessels and will have several available in her signature floral carved pattern for this event. 

On Saturday, June 3rd Allison Daniel will be wheel throwing and trimming plates in the style of forms you can find in the shop! 

To find out more about this event and other participating Seagrove Potters’ events visit www.DiscoverSeagrove.com

Allison Daniel has been an artist in residence at The Triangle Studio for nearly eighteen months, and her time is culminating in a solo show during the Seagrove Wood Fire Tour event. Allison’s show focuses on tableware pieces including mugs, steins, bowls and plates in various sizes for multiple functions and occasions. During her time in Seagrove, she has learned to fire various kilns with other Potters, including wood-burning kilns, and these pieces reflect that exposure.

The new dinnerware and centerpieces by Allison Daniel are forms that evolved over the course of her residency at The Triangle Studio. She discovered these surfaces through play and experimentation with clay dug from her family’s farm in Davie County alongside various decoration techniques including water etching, carving and stamping. Allison’s tableware is a celebration of connection to nature, place, food and people. Her designs range from simple to intricate and are all ‘perfectly imperfect’.

This event is Allison Daniel’s last at The Triangle Studio so come see the progress she has made! After this event she is moving to Winston-Salem in July to start up her own studio.

Follow her progress and find her pots at www.agdaniel.com

Join us to meet the artists, absord the pottery making process while enjoying refreshments and shop from a beautiful array of handmade pottery.

Tableware pieces by Allison Daniel

Our shop hours are Tuesdays – Fridays 10AM to 4PM and Saturdays 10AM to 5PM or by appointment, but if you see the OPEN flag hanging out front then please stop in. To make an appointment please call Kate Waltman at (336) 267-1545.  

Counter Jars by Kate Waltman
Mugs by Kate Waltman
Camel Herd Funerary Urn by Erin Younge
Plate and Dipping Bowls by Erin Younge
Group of Pottery by Erin Younge
Wares by Erin Younge
Wares by Kate Waltman
Steins by Kate Waltman
Group of Pottery by Erin Younge

Visiting Seagrove

Pottery shops in Seagrove are the ideal getaway for a day or weekend trip. You can drive the Pottery Highway at your leisure and stop in at any one of the over 60 shops around town. The countryside is beautiful, the pottery is exquisite, and the amount of locations is the perfect atmosphere for social distancing.

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The Triangle Studio wish you all a year of good health!

About Us

The Triangle Studio’s gallery features pottery by the founders, Kate Waltman and Erin Younge. They have fired wood kilns together for 9+ years making them a collaboration created by fire. After working together for several years they decided to join forces in renovating a building near downtown Seagrove, NC.  That building is now a pottery gallery and studio spaces for its artists.  Our artists make a wide variety of work including dinnerware, storage vessels, decorative vases, planters, sculptures, big pots, and jewelry. Check out each of their individual Potter profiles for more information about each of their work.

The original brick structure was built sometime after the railroad was brought to Seagrove at the turn of the 20th century.  During the early years the building was a restaurant less than a mile from town center. In the late 1940’s it was converted into a gas station called the Triangle Service Station where local businesses, and traffic through downtown Seagrove, could have their vehicles serviced or pick up concessions.  Some years later it began to service the larger cargo trucks that transported goods for the cannery, now known as Historic Luck’s Cannery, just up the road.

The property’s triangular shape influenced its name when it was built back in the early 1900’s and although it was abandoned for the last 33 years it is being restored to a new glory.  As of 2019, the building houses three studio spaces and a gallery with pottery and ceramic sculpture by the founding artists and their occasional guests.

Come visit or follow us on social media to see the renovations in progress and the beautiful pottery and sculpture on display!

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