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The Potters of Seagrove NC present -Celebrate Spring in Seagrove April 18-19, 2015. Forty three member shops will be offering an array of new work from over seventy potters with special events in the shops this year. This is the perfect weekend to get out and tour the shops to find some treasures to take home with you.

Participating this year are:
Avery Pottery & Tileworks, Ben Owen Pottery Inc., Blue Hen Pottery, Bulldog Pottery, Cady Clay Works, Caldwell Hohl Artworks, Chad Brown Pottery, Chris Luther Pottery, Crystal King Pottery, Daniel and Kate Johnston Pottery, David Stuempfle Pottery, Dean & Martin Pottery, DirtWorks Pottery, Donna Craven Pottery, Eck McCanless Pottery, From the Ground Up Pottery, Great White Oak Gallery, Hickory Hill Pottery, JLK Jewelry at Jugtown, Johnston & Gentithes Art Pottery, Jugtown Pottery, Keith Martindale Pottery, King's Pottery, Latham's Pottery, Luck's Ware, Matthew Kelly Pottery, McNeill's Pottery, Michele Hastings & Jeff Brown Pottery, Nichols Pottery, O'Quinn Pottery, Pottery by Frank Neef, Pottery Junction, Pottery Road Studio & Gallery/Walton's, Potts Pottery, Ray Pottery, Rockhouse Pottery, Seagrove Stoneware, Smith Pottery, Studio Touya, Thomas Pottery, Tom Gray Pottery, Triple C Pottery, and Turn & Burn.

New this year is the opportunity for a chance to win a gift certificate for $150 that can be used at one of the 41 participating Celebration of Spring shops (all of the above except Tom Gray Pottery and Seagrove Stoneware are participating in the Certificate Give Away opportunity).

Pick up a card at one of the shops (or download it from our website) and get it stamped in 6 different shops and mail it back to us by May 15, 2015. Qualifying cards will be entered into the drawing, which will take place the weekend of May 23, 2015.

The Spring Guide and Gift Certificate stamp card can be downloaded here and includes a map, shop hours and listing of the participating shops. Our Facebook page is posting daily listings of who is participating at www.Facebook.com/CelebrationofSeagrovePotters and links to the individual artists for more information.

Seagrove is the largest community of working potters in the country. Located in the heart of North Carolina, it is less than an hour from Greensboro and 90 minutes or less from Raleigh and Charlotte.



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Our web site is undergoing a BIG transformation, but we are all still here.
We expect to have our new site up within
the next couple of weeks!

The Seagrove area is one of the largest communities of potters with the longest continual history of pottery making in the United States. Today visitors can explore the rural landscape by back roads and visit the potters in their workshops and studios, to witness the Seagrove potters continuing the tradition of making pots. The area is home to more than 100 potters who offer a full spectrum of pottery and ceramic art. With a diversity of talents, Seagrove has something to offer both the serious collector and the casual buyer. The Seagrove area offers the visitor an opportunity to learn about North Carolina's ongoing pottery culture.


Do you have a question, or would you like to request Visitor Information?

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