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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. […]
The art of painting on rocks is thousands of years old. Almost every culture has some form of cave painting, or rock art. Phyllis Alden is a local Asheville artist, who has taken this wonderful art form and used it to turn plain old river rocks into whimsical and yet realistic cats and dogs. …. […]
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One-of-a-Kind Ceramic Bunnies When ceramic artist Sondra Hastings brought in these wonderfully cheerful and playful bunnies, you can just imagine the reactions! These little guys can put a smile on just about anyone’s face. What a great spring-time gift or joyous Easter homecoming idea!
As you can see, we are ready for SoCon (the Southern Conference Basketball Tournament). SoCon starts this Thursday, March 7th and ending Monday, March 10th. No matter who is your favorite team, we invite you come by Mountain Made and check out our amazing collection of glass basketball sculptures, “Hot Hands, Cool Glass” by local glassblower […]
Hand Blown Glass Basketball Sculptures By Asheville Artist Terri Sigler Mountain Made is thrilled to present to you, one of the more interesting and unique glass sculptures we have ever had on display in the gallery. Anyone who has seen or played enough basketball has, at one time or another, seen a player go through […]
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 …Read More »
“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and I have quite an eye for finding that beauty in some bizarre places,” says watercolor painter Sharyn Fogel. She goes on to say, “I was born in the mountains of Western North Carolina. Eventually I will die here (not anytime soon, …Read More »
American Craft Week Oct 4th – 13th, 2019 Often people wonder if the arts and crafts sold here at Mountain Made are actually “made here, in the mountains”? The answer is always yes! As part of our mission, we only work with local artists we know. People who live and …Read More »
WNC Landscapes by Cherokee Painter Jenean Hornbuckle Mountain Made gallery is happy to welcome Cherokee landscape painter, Jenean Hornbuckle. Jenean paints some the best mountain landscapes in oil on canvas, we have seen. She believes that her extraordinary ability to capture the beautiful or our Western North Carolina mountains and …Read More »
INTERACTIVE PUBLIC ART EVENT At MOUNTAIN MADE “BACK TO SCHOOL COLLAGE” Did you know that a Collage: (from the French: coller, “to glue”) is a technique used in the visual arts. Collages are created from an assembling and then gluing different forms of media and using them to create a …Read More »
Live Art Demo – Saturday 8/17/2019 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM Quilts made from Pounding Leaves & Flowers? Among our Mountain Made artists, Bonnie Lucas is one of our better known master quilters. In 2014, Bonnie was selected as a semifinalist among 405 other contestants in the American Quilter’s Society QuiltWeek. …Read More »