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.
Multitudes Gallery represents over 75 nationally and internationally known glass artists from all over the United States. They also feature the work of regional artists in jewelry, ceramic pottery, iron work, photography, wood working and oil/acrylic/watercolor painting.
723 E. Main Street
Georgia, Blue Ridge 30513
Western Maryland Gallery features fine art by James C. Groves, including his landscape paintings, limited art prints, and notes on historicalÂ oil painting technique, varnishes and mediums
11425 Upper Georges Creek Road SW
Maryland, Frostburg 21532
RiffRaff Arts Collective is a cooperative group of performing, visual, literary and artists with a fine art gallery. RiffRaff Gallery Co-Op includes 11 working artists and several more that show their work.
869 Mercer Street
West Virginia, Princeton 24740
Bill van Gilder has been a professional potter for more than 45 years, and he currently leads workshops on pottery forming, decorating, and firing techniques, as well as kiln building. Kris Hansen has been making pots for over 30 years and also has a background in marketing and sales. Together, Bill and Kris produce a wide assortment of wheel thrown and hand built pottery in their Gapland, MD studio.
20834 Townsend Road
Maryland, Rohrersville 21779
Taubman Museum of Art, formerly the Art Museum of Western Virginia, is an art museum housing permanent and traveling exhibits, interactive area for kids, a cafe and gift shop.
110 Salem Avenue SE
Virginia, Roanoke 24011
White Room specializes in “atypical, uncommon, extraordinary, individual, unusual, uncommon, peculiar, rare, novel, unexpected, especial, original, and
168 State Hwy. 32
West Virginia, Thomas 26292
Peggy McBride offers art and craft workshops at the Globe Gallery in textiles (sewing, quilting, natural dyeing, printing from nature, screenprinting, felting, stitching, costuming, upcycling wearables and other accessories for the home/body), jewelry, bookbinding, papermaking, found object constructions and collage. Guest teachers are invited on occasion for basketmaking, pottery, knitting, weaving and more.
29 Falcon Street
Georgia, Clayton 30525