Kyle and Angie were both born and raised in Wichita Kansas. After meeting in high school they were together for three years before they married in 2008. Kyle attended Wichita State University right after high school and there he found the art of throwing clay. Soon after they married, Kyle and Angie moved to the New Braunfels area to purse a life in art. Angie immediately started working for her uncle and aunt, Dee and Terry Buck, at Buck Pottery while Kyle finished getting his degree at Texas State University. He graduated in 2011 with a BFA in Ceramics. During school and after he graduated Kyle and Angie traveled throughout Texas selling their work at different markets and galleries, all the while Angie working at the pottery shop learning how to operate a business inside and out. In April of 2015 they took over the family pottery business and are continuing it as The Barn. Come by and see their space or view their work under the Gallery by clicking the Kyle and Angie White tab.
Annual Texas Clay Festival
Held every year on the 4th weekend of October. We gather 70+ potters from all over Texas to come and sell their wares, demonstrate their craft and spread their love of clay with the community. To learn more visit texasclayfestival.com.
The business was established in 1982 by Dee and Terry Buck of Buck Pottery. They spent 33 years growing up with Gruene and in April 2015 sold the business to their niece, Angie White and her husband Kyle. They will continue on the tradition of making work on site as well as sell the work of several other local potters including the work of the Bucks. Come by and visit the gallery and view the work in progress.
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