Art Galleries in the Smoky Mountains of Western North Carolina

The mountains of North Carolina have always been a source of inspiration for artists of all mediums , styles, and backgrounds. Make creativity the central focus of your next vacation and explore the eclectic mix of Smoky Mountain art galleries located throughout the region. Whether you are searching for glass art, native arts and crafts, watercolors, fine prints, painted landscapes, pencil drawings, or custom designed jewelry made from local gems and minerals Smoky Mountain art galleries will offer something spectacular. Interested in attending an educational program or special exhibit? Many galleries have art events and seminars throughout the year for those who want to make art, not just view it.

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Gallery of Gems and MineralsFranklinDetails
The Gallery of Gems is a family owned and operated establishment located in The Crystal Falls Specialty Shops on 441 South in Franklin. We have over 42 years of experience in our jewelry and gemstone business specializing in colored gemstones and diamonds set in gold and silver jewelry. We also offer a large selection of minerals, but it is our expertise and exquisite jewelry that we sell at affo ...

Gem FactoryFranklinDetails
The Gem Factory is the largest gem and rock shop in North Carolina. Located in one of the most mineral rich areas of the United States. We offer Custom Stone Cutting, jewelry designing, ring sizing and repairs. Master jewelers in yellow gold, white gold, silver and platinum. With over 3500 sq. ft. showcasing precious gemstones, semi-precious gemstones, raw minerals, jewelry, beading supplies, book ...

Goldhagen StudiosHayesvilleDetails
Art Glass by David Goldhagenand the Goldhagen Gallery of fine craft Glass studio open for public viewing, call 828-389-8847 for blowing times

Qualla Arts and Crafts Mutual, Inc.CherokeeDetails
Located in the majestic mountains of Western North Carolina, Qualla Arts and Crafts is the oldest Native American Cooperative. Founded in 1946, Qualla Arts and Crafts continues to uphold a standard of excellence when it comes to the traditional arts and crafts of the Eastern Cherokee. Showcasing the works of over 250 members, Qualla Arts and Crafts preserves and promotes the traditional arts and ...

Stecoah Valley Cultural Arts CenterRobbinsvilleDetails
The Stecoah Valley Cultural Arts Center is a non-profit corporation formed by a group of local citizens after the closing of Stecoah School in 1994. The Center is housed in the restored 1926 Stecoah Schoolhouse. The Center is highly acclaimed for its summer concert and dinner series, An Appalachian Evening, which features mountain roots music in the historic 300-seat air conditioned auditorium. Vi ...

Traditional Hands Native American Jewelry & Art GalleryCherokeeDetails
A gallery & jewelry shop featuring the work of master silversmith General B. Grant and other well-known Native Artists from several tribes. Located on the Qualla Boundary, Traditional Hands offers a genuine experience of beauty and authenticity for collectors new and old.

Uptown GalleryFranklinDetails
The Macon County Art Association's Uptown Gallery is on Main Street in Franklin, and is a non-profit alliance promoting art in the community. Our gallery is staffed and operated by MCAA members and features ever-changing exhibits by our accomplished local artist. Call 828-349-4607 to join a variety of workshops and classes which are held year-round for artist of all levels and ages. We also invite ...


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