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Category Archive: Inside the Artist’s Studio

Wooden Spoons – Hand Carved from Local WNC Hardwoods

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Live Art Demo – Saturday August 10th, 2019 Starting at 11:00 AM Wooden Spoons by Fran “the Spoon Man” Chicoine We are proud to announce a new line of wooden kitchen tools here at the Mountain Made gallery – Rose Creek Spoons. …. Rose Creek Spoons are wooden spoons that have been individually hand carved. […]

Carved [Sgraffitto] Dogwood Pottery – by Lin Barber

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June’s Inside the Artist’s Studio Carved Pottery – by Lin Barber “The key to understanding any people is in its art…” ― Louis L’Amour, Education of a Wandering Man Just by looking at the wonderful technique and subject matter of Lin Barber’s work, you can see that she has great love for the people and […]

Oil Paintings by Asheville artist Tebbe Davis


“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up. ~Pablo Picasso Inside the Artist’s Studio with Tebbe Davis In this post, Mountain Made gallery is happy to share Tebbe’s thoughts and artistic viewpoints as part of our continuing series “Inside the Artist’s Studio.” …. As a child, […]

Behind the Scenes with Nancy Dillingham – Asheville Poet


Nancy Dillingham “Poems from the Heart” As part of our continuing series, Inside the Artist’s Studio, this month we will be pulling back the curtain and learning more about the creation process behind Nancy Dillingham’s poems from the heart. But first, did you know that Nancy Dillingham is a sixth-generation Dillingham from the Big Ivy community […]

Jason Probstein: Asheville Glass Blower at Work


Scientific Glassblowing, Asheville NC Schedule of Live 2018 Demos by Jason Probstein … Asheville Glass blower, Jason Probstein is a trained scientific glass blower who lives here in Asheville, North Carolina. He uses Corning Pyrex glass tubing and rods to create his wonderful artwork. He uses a 3000 degree torch to heat and shape his glass art into strong […]

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