Built by Artist, Louis Jones, in 1933 in Downtown Gatlinburg, this is the Cliff Dwellers in its new home in the Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community
See Some of our "Most Interesting"
and Unique Creations
As usual, those unique artists are at it again. Heritage Days will be celebrated August 31st through September 3, 2012. No idea what you might find in this "Most Interesting Place"! We will be posting more information both here and on our Facebook Page. "LIKE" us on Facebook to keep up with all the doings!
Heritage Days September 2-5, 2011 Had loads of fun, music, food and demonstrations. Check out a few of our pictures!
Visit the Working Studios
On most days, in the Upstairs Working Studio areas, you will find a number of our artists creating their "Most Unusual" items that will grace the Gallery downstairs when they are complete. We are happy to answer your questions about our crafts and explain the processes we use. Or you may find us collecting leaves, roots, blackberries and flowers from the back hillside or just relaxing while we eat lunch. It is a "unusual place" with lots of fun and laughter. Take the time and visit us in our "natural habitat".
Contemporary & Traditional
Fine Crafts & Art Gallery