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Category Archive: Wood Art & Furniture

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 […]

5 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do with a Hand Crank Coffee Grinder

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Hand-Turned Wood Coffee (Mill) Grinders by Bill Wanezek While we all understand how convenient it is to buy pre-ground coffee, hand blasting your way through your favorite roasted beans – just before brewing – guarantees you the boldest, brightest morning cup you have ever tasted. Which is why we are so glad that local woodworker […]

Fun Bamboo Serving Platters by Caroline Greiner

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Bamboo Platters – Great Gift for the Foodies in Your Life We want to give a big welcome to our newest Mountain Made artist, Caroline Greiner. We love her work because she has taken beautiful handcrafted bamboo serving platters and along with colorful resin and hand “painted” wonderful water-scapes on each one. We think her platters […]

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. […]

Whirligigs – whimsical wind sculptures by Van Stronach

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Whirligigs are wind-powered kinetic garden ornaments and are the descendants of weathervanes. The origin of whirligigs is unknown. But since both farmers and sailors have used weathervanes since ancient times, these comic versions are thought to have been handcrafted by either group during downtimes. Whirligigs are also called gee-haws, spinners, whirliJigs or whirlybirds. Here in […]