1140 NC-705 SEAGROVE, NC | TUESDAY TO FRIDAY 10AM-4PM AND SATURDAY 10AM-5PM
Seagrove Wood Fire Pottery Tour 2021
Saturday, June 6th and Sunday, June 7th
Open 10AM to 5PM
The Wood Fire Potters of Seagrove are hosting their annual studio tour in person and online. For more details and a list of other participating artists.
Can’t come to Seagrove? Follow the link HERE to our Etsy Shop to purchase work by our artists online.
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.
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 70 shops around town. The countryside is beautiful, the pottery is exquisite, and the amount of locations is the perfect atmosphere for social distancing.
Send us a message if you would like to receive our e-newsletter for future updates on events or new work added to our Etsy Shop.
Kate Waltman, Erin Younge, Bill Jones, Andrew Dutcher, and Margaret Larson wish you all a Happy New Year and good health!
The Triangle Studio’s gallery features pottery by the founders, Kate Waltman and Erin Younge, as well as guest ceramic artists Bill Jones, Andrew Dutcher, and Margaret Larson. All of our members have shared studio space and fired wood kilns together for several years making us a collaborative group created by fire. Our artists make a wide variety of work including dinnerware, storage vessels, decorative vases, sculptures, big pots, and a new line of jewelry.
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 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!
For visitor’s safety, we will have a sanitizing station, gloves available, and masks for purchase. While in the gallery, we are asking customers to follow the 3 Ws; Wait, Wear and Wash. Wait 6 feet apart, Wear a mask or face covering, and Wash your hands as often as possible. We are doing everything we can to help facilitate a safe and healthy atmosphere while you shop.