Monday – Saturday (10am – 5pm) Sunday (12pm – 5pm)
The gallery is closed occasionally when we are away at art shows.
The gallery is also closed on all major holidays.
Pottery by Frank Neef is located in the historic Auman house on Main Street in Seagrove, North Carolina. Originally built in 1913, the house was used as a private home as well as apartments. Seagrove Potter Tom Gray made several updates, setting up a sales area and two rooms as a gallery space in the 1990’s. After housing an antiques shop, Frank and Cindy purchased the house in 2010. They live, create, and sell their work on the property. “Cindy and I would love for you to visit us in our 100 year old big blue Victorian house in the heart of Seagrove.”
Inside the Gallery:
The first room displays Frank’s beautifully carved crystalline vases, globes, three-piece jars, and large plates.
The second room holds more functional pieces including soap dishes, trays, tiles made by Cindy, as well as ikebanas, mugs, bowls, and goblets.
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