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Autumn Art for Everyone – Just in Time for Fall Fun

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Say farewell to flip-flops, and hello to Asheville’s Autumn Art!

Check out our autumn art selection for the very best in unique or custom, handmade arts and crafts pieces from some of the best local Western North Carolina artists.

We invite you to come by Mountain Made and check out our huge range of beautiful and affordable Autumn Art that we have for sale.

See for yourself just a few of our awesome autumn arts and crafts … We have something wonderful for just about everyone.

From Handblown Glass Pumpkins, Carved Gourd Birds, To Metal Jack-o’-Lanterns…

Handblown Glass Pumpkins by Terri Sigler

Did you know that farmers actually start planting seeds for pumpkins in May? Yes, this fabulous fruit takes a very LONG time to grow – from 75 to 100 days.

And they are picked quickly in Autumn because they stop developing at soon as there are any cold, frosty nights since they are native to Central America and Mexico.

But we’re pretty sure, Terri made her glass pumpkins in less than 100 days, but they certainly look like she spent weeks creating them.


Natural Gourd Birds by Leon Bryant

People always wonder if gourds are considered “wood” or not. Technically they are “very like wood” in that they can be cut, carved, drilled, burned, painted, stained or dyed.

Basically the difference between a gourd art piece and wood artwork is that gourds have two layers: a hard, dark outer layer and a lighter colored, corky inner layer.

Check some of Leon’s beautiful birds below to see what we mean.


Upcycled Metal Jack-o’-Lanterns by Edwin Knies

People are always amazed at all the whimsical and fun expressions that Edwin can create on his one-of-a-kind lanterns using just a torch, some hand tools and an old gas tank!

These are great for those who want something cools and unique for an outdoor party or just for teasing the local kids during Halloween.

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