Art Galleries in the Blue Ridge Mountains
The beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains have attracted so many amazing and talented artists! Look here for over 250 art galleries featuring fine art and craft, including paintings, pottery, wood, jewelry, folk pottery, and other handmade work by local and regional artists.
The Gallery at Studio B features original work by regional, national and international artists. Exhibits rotate throughout the year and range from oil and acrylic paintings, pastel drawings and ceramics to jewelry, sculpture and woodworking. Studio B also specializes in museum, conservation and shadowbox framing, with over 40 years of framing experience.
61 North Merrimon Ave., #109
North Carolina, Asheville 28804
The Alta Vista Gallery has hundreds of paintings by over 100 artists, plus handmade kaleidoscopes, jewelry, stained-glass, and the nationally-acclaimed works of mangum pottery and Motawi tiles.
2839 Broadstone Rd.
North Carolina, Valle Crucis 28691
Main Street Gallery specializes in contemporary folk art, also known as Visionary, Outsider, Self-taught, or Vernacular art. The gallery, established in 1985, represents over 75 artists mostly from the Southeastern portion of the United States. Their artists work with what is at hand, like sheet metal, cast-lumber, house paint, or cardboard. Often, the need to create is born from religious experiences, or sometimes it can be the result of personal trauma.
51 N. Main Street
Georgia, Clayton 30525
Market Gallery is a an artist cooperative gallery of 30 regional artists who exhibit paintings, drawings, assemblages, sculpture, serigraphs, photography, pottery, urban artifacts and other art forms. The Market Gallery shows only original artwork, both framed and unframed.
23 Salem Avenue
Virginia, Roanoke 24011
Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual is the nation's oldest Native American cooperative, with an artists' gallery store offering basketry, pottery, weaving, carving, sculpture and other works of art.
645 Tsali Blvd.
North Carolina, Cherokee 28719