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Do You Have What It Takes?
Bring your family and friends here to the historic Grove Arcade for a one-of-a-kind Scavenger Hunt in the of downtown Asheville this Saturday from 12:00 Noon to 8:00 PM. No ticket purchased required to WIN! All ages welcome. Click to learn more => Facebook
Kumihimo or Japanese-Style Beaded Jewelry A lifelong arts and crafts enthusiast, Deborah “Debbie” Hummer moved to Western North Carolina several years ago looking for the inspiring mountain beauty and to join our thriving arts community … the two things that were …Read More »
“How Many Ways Can You Say Mother?” Did you know just about every language has multiple words for “Mother”? English alone has at least nine other words: Mom, Mommy, Mum, Mummy, Mam, Mama, Momma, Ma, and of course the southern derivative, Maw. However you say “mother,” be sure to …Read More »
Black & White Landscape Photography by Max Cooper Max Cooper is experienced professional photographer who specializes in weddings and fine art photography. And since no one we know here at Mountain Made is getting hitched this year — as you can see, it’s Max’s wonderful skill in pinhole camera photography …Read More »
“Are all your arts and crafts made here in Western North Carolina?” Due to the outstanding craftsmanship of the art and crafts available in our gallery, almost everyone secretly wonders, “How can something so beautiful be locally made, especially here in [the backwoods of] North Carolina?” The answer is yes! …Read More »
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 …Read More »
Flower Artwork from Mountain Made Gallery Did you remember that Spring starts next Saturday, March 20, 2021? I know…we almost forgot, too. So much of 2020 has been doom and gloom. Months of uncertainty and worries and rightfully so. Yet Mother Nature is moving forward. From the bitter chills, …Read More »