Seagrove Potters

Listing the individual potters that make up the Seagrove Area Potters Association.

WyndhamDennison

Wyndham Dennison

scott-thomas

Scott Thomas

Dan-Triece

Dan Triece

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Janice Latham

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Cale & Christy Williams

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Matt Luck

Mack-Chrisco

Mack Chrisco

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Keith Martindale

Sandra Oquinn

Sandra O’Quinn

GlennMcNeil

Glenn McNeil

Seagrove Potters - Jeff Brown

Jeff Brown

Daniel-and-Leanna-Marley

Daniel and Leanna Marley

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Garrett McNeill

Bruce-Gholson

Bruce Gholson

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Laura Totten

Melanie-Dennison

Melanie Dennison

Fred JohnstonHeadShot

Fred Johnston

Mary Farrell, Westmoore Pottery - working photo

Mary Farrell

Samantha-Henneke

Samantha Henneke

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Jeff Dean

erin-younge

Erin Younge

Chad-Brown-Headshot

Chad Brown

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Alexa Modderno

Jinsong-Kim

Jinsong Kim

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Craig Kovack

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Anna King

Michael Mahan

Michael Mahan

PhilPollet

Phillip Pollet

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Pamela Owens

CarolGentithes

Carol Gentithes

LoriClodfelter

Lori Clodfelter

donna-hertzog

Donna Hertzog

tom-gray

Tom Gray

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Seagrove Art Pottery

Sharon Williams

Sharon Williams

Paul-Evelyn-Ray

Evelyn Ray

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Bobbie Thomas

Paul-Evelyn-Ray

Paul Ray

Stephanie Martin

Stephanie Nicole Martin

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Bonnie Burns

Potts-PotteryHeadshot

Linda Potts

margie-nance

Margie Nance

Ben Owen III at work in his studio on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, in Seagrove, N.C. JERRY WOLFORD

His forefathers came to North Carolina from England as early as the late 1700s to ply their craft and furnish storage jars and other utilitarian wares for the early settlers. Ben's grandfather, master potter Ben Owen, Sr., admired early oriental pottery displayed in museums and collections and translated those works into his own style of pottery. Ben the III's work was influenced by his grandfather at an early age. He studied pottery as an apprentice with his grandfather and later at East Carolina University. Like his grandfather, Ben III's pottery reflects a foundation of traditional designs as well as oriental translations. In later years, he traveled around the US attending workshops and conferences and abroad to Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Europe and recently to China where he diversified his experience while taking advantage of an exchange program and visiting local artists.

Ben Owen III

Hastings Michele

Michele Hastings

Debra-Garner-Turn-&-Burn-Pottery

Deborah Garner

Frank Neef

Frank Neef

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Jason Luck

danielle-kelly

Danielle Kelly

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Mark Heywood

Anne Partna

Anne Pärtna

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David Fernandez

jennie-keatts

Jennie Lorette Keatts

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Windy Wallace

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Eck McCanless

Vernon-Owens

Vernon Owens

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Nick Havner

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Benjamin Owen IV

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Jeff Potts

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Kate Waltman

susan-smith

Susan Smith

TravisOwens

Travis Owens

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Bayle Owens

MorganHatfield

Morgan Hatfield

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Takuro Shibata

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Matthew Nance

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Carol Kim

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Terry King

bruce-janice-latham

Bruce Latham

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Matthew Kelly

crystal King

Crystal King

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Meredith Heywood

sid-luck

Sid Luck

David-Garner-Turn-&-Burn-Pottery

David Garner

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Hitomi Shibata

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Michelle Kovack

Bryan-Pulliam-Potter

Bryan Pulliam

David StuempfleHeadShot

David Stuempfle

DonnaCraven

Donna Craven

daniel-johnston

Daniel Johnston

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Chris Luther