Location: 1140 NC Hwy 705, Seagrove NC 27341
Shop Hours: Tuesday – Friday 10AM-4PM and Saturdays 10AM to 5PM
Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org, 336-267-1545
October 1st , 10AM to 5PM | Gourd Garden Event
Opening weekend of our Gourd Garden Event there will be an outside garden patch of beautiful ceramic gourds. We will have demonstrations by Erin Younge and she will show how she makes her elaborate gourds with their elegant curly stems.
Enjoy the fall themed refreshments included.
October 8th , 10AM to 5PM | Gourd Garden Event and Gourds Go Online!
We will have more ceramic gourds for our Gourd Garden event. Enjoy the fall themed refreshments included.
If you’re not able to come to Seagrove, gourds go online starting at 9AM. Find a selection of our signature wood-fired and crystalline glazed gourds on our Etsy shop. Link to online store above.
October 15th, 10AM | Mythical Creature Jars
October seems like a great month to celebrate everything creature. In that spirit, Erin has made a whole series of jars dedicated to mystical creatures. Some you may recognize including Pegasus, unicorn or camels and others that she has created from her imagination. Angel Centaurs, flying cows and flying camels may be just some of the creatures you will encounter during the most paranormal month of the year. Erin will demonstrate these vessels during the event and refreshments will be provided as you watch them come to life.
October 22nd, 10AM to 5PM | TBD
October 29th, 10AM to 5PM | Tricks and Treats!
This is the final weekend of the Potters’ Pumpkin Patch event. Stock up on your holiday decorations just in time for Halloween! Halloween candy and treats will be available for early trick-or-treaters.
About The Triangle Studio
This shop will be hosting their first ever Gourd Garden Event during the weekends of October. Crystalline and wood-fired gourds made by both artists will be available for purchase.
The Triangle Studio features pottery by the co-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, bakeware, storage vessels, decorative vases, sculptures, big pots, and a new line of jewelry.