Blue Hen Pottery

Anne Pärtna , Owner of Blue Hen Pottery
Hannah Cupp, Studio Assistant at Blue Hen Pottery
Wood-Fired Clay Pie Birds for Baking by Anne Pärtna.
Pumpkin by Anne Pärtna
Pumpkin Mugs by Anne Pärtna
A whole flock of Pie Birds singing together.

Location: 247 W Main Street, Seagrove, NC 27341

Shop Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 10AM to 5PM

Contact: bluehenpottery@gmail.com, 336-653-9551

Shop Online at https://www.etsy.com/shop/BlueHenPottery?ref=shop_sugg or visit www.BlueHenPottery.net

Special Events:

October 2nd and 9th, 10AM to 5PM | Pottery Pumpkin Patch

To set your festive fall table, Blue Hen Pottery will have ceramic pumpkins and gourds, soup mugs and cups inspired by pumpkin shapes and other fall themed items. As always –  we have Pie Birds and bee themed pots, Adam’s Monster Mugs and Hannah’s lovely pots with floral motifs. Homemade treats featuring homegrown pumpkins will be served – we’ll take into consideration Covid restrictions.  

October 23rd, 10AM to 5PM | Bug Me Out Party!

Bugs and bats, mushrooms and fall leaves – nature lovers, foragers and gardeners will be able to find some unique pots decorated with decals to celebrate the changing seasons and the creepy crawlies that live among us. Special for kids – feeding our friendly chickens with dried mealworms. 

October 30th, 10AM to 5PM | Tricks and Treats

Hannah and Anne will demonstrate some of our pottery making tricks and we’ll treat you to discounts on selected items as well as some delicious home baked sweets. 

About Blue Hen Pottery

Blue Hen Pottery is a partnership of Anne Pärtna and Adam Landman. They also employ a Studio Assistant, Hannah Cupp, who helps with production and making her own work at the Pottery.

Anne grew up in Estonia, where people used to not eat pumpkins very much, only as a relish type side dish with your potatoes and pork roast during Christmas. Living in America has taught her many interesting things and she has since become passionate about pumpkins and winter squashes as near perfect food – easy to grow, stores for a long time and can be roasted, made into soups, stews and curries and baked into many delicious sweet treats. What’s not to like? The shapes alone are a feast to a potter’s eye. Anne makes both sculpture and tableware and has become obsessed with bees.

Adam Landman will happily eat anything that has pumpkin written all over it. He is the technical assistance, the wood prep coordinator and chainsaw chief, the sounding board and sanity support of this enterprise. Occasionally he rekindles his love-hate relationship with art and spends a few hours in the studio, resulting in rustic, manly pots. 

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