Monday, December 13, 2010

Seagrove - "Tar Heel Treasure" - Featured in the Ballantyne Magazine

Ballantyne Magazine -Winter 2010-2011
We were pleased when we discovered that The Community of Seagrove Potters was featured in the recent Ballantyne Magazine in an article called "Tar Heel Treasure". Two of our images were included in the article along with Jugtown Pottery/JLK Jewelry, From the Ground Up, Westmoore Pottery, and Whynot Pottery. Mary Farrell from Westmoore Pottery was interviewed for the article written by Regan Michelle White.

If you are interested in reading this article click on "Tar Heel Treasure" to view the article. The article is on two different pages. To find the second page click on the single arrow at the top part of the site. Also, on our computer if we click any where on the page it will enlarge big enough to read. Hope this works for you.

Red Dung Beetle by Samantha Henneke was featured in the article,

and Molybdenum Crystalline Vase by Bruce Gholson
This coming weekend there will be at least two kiln opennings here in Seagrove. Ben Owen Pottery will be featuring his Chinese Red Pottery and David Stuempfle has pottery from his recent Wood Kiln firing. Our next post will be some shots of all the pots here at Bulldog for all the last minute X-mas shoppers who come to Seagrove from now into next week. We will be here after X-mas as well. Come for a Visit, we look forward to talking with you.

1 comment:

T.Gray said...

Excellent article!!!