Blue Ridge Mountains Attractions
Looking for things to see in the Blue Ridge Mountains? There is so beauty to enjoy. Choose from art and photography galleries as well as entertainment venues in the many small mountain towns of the Blue Ridge. But don't forget about the many spectacular waterfalls that are scattered throughout!
Al Garnto is an artist and blacksmith who creates art with everything from steel and discarded items to oil paints and canvas. His pieces include kinetic sculptures, metal folk art, oil paintings, charcoal drawings, mixed media collage, yard art, and knives.
75 Veterans Memorial, Drive.
Georgia, Blairsville 30512
Anita's Atelier features original watercolor paintings and limited edition prints inspired by the beauty of the natural world. Anita's Art Gallery is the local distributor of the work of Charles Wysocki and Jane Wooster Scott.
7 N. Mitchell Avenue
North Carolina, Bakersville 28705
Drawing Room Gallery is a cooperative art gallery in historic Gettysburg, Pennsylvania that offers a wide variety of artwork from local award-winning artists. The gallery features oils, colored pencil, watercolors, acrylics, pastels, mixed media, unframed originals, high quality reproductions, fine art cards, notecards, and postcards.
333 Baltimore Street
Pennsylvania, Gettysburg 17325
Stewart Gallery offers a wide range of art styles, including original palette knife paintings, photographs and prints of local landscapes, historic cabins, barns and waterfalls, florals, prisms, rosemaling collector plates, photographics, popular verses in painted calligraphy, and more.
1360 East Pkwy.
Tennessee, Gatlinburg 37738
Sawhill Gallery is a professional gallery at James Madison University featuring changing exhibitions of international, national and regional significance. In addition to showing contemporary art, a hallmark of the gallery's mission is to demonstrate art's multicultural and interdisciplinary dynamic. Sawhill Gallery is located on the fourth floor of Warren Hall on the campus of JMU. Call for information about exhibitions and hours of operation.
170 Bluestone Drive
Virginia, Harrisonburg 22801