Listings in Sights
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!
Christopher Park Gallery features many artists from the local area, with others added to create variety. In addition to original wall art and pottery, Christopher Park Gallery has artist created sun catchers, jewelry, and other items.
608 S. Main Street
Greenville, South Carolina 29601
Tamarack Gallery displays products created by a variety of artisans. Metal, apparel, jewelry, souvenirs, wood, glass, furniture, pottery, outdoor decor, fine art, fine craft, musical instrument, music, books, and homemade specialty food items…
1 Tamarack Place
Beckley, West Virginia 25801
Big Dog Pots Pottery is a family-friendly art making center and working studio offering pottery painting parties, events, and classes for children and adults, and specializing in clay making, wheel throwing, canvas painting, ceramics, fused glass…
8287 E. Main Street
Marshall, Virginia 20115
Just Lookin' Gallery has one of the largest selections of original art by Black American Artists in the United States. They are a multi-media art and framing gallery specializing in original art, hand-pulled prints and sculpture by over 50 living…
40 Summit Avenue
Hagerstown, Maryland 21740
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
Bakersville, North Carolina 28705
Shoal Creek rises in the Pisgah National Forest between Nancy Mountain and Burnt Mountain near the Eastatoe Gap. The creek descends over 200 feet over a quarter mile, culminating in the 60 foot series of drops over granite bedrock at...