668 Glades Road
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
A Most Interesting Place
for over 80 years
This historic building was constructed in 1933 on the main street in downtown Gatlinburg. It was the home and gallery of artist Louis E. Jones. In 1994, the structure was moved to this site. Today, the gallery showcases contemporary & traditional artwork of over 60 local artists.
In the last few weeks, one of our tried and true partners,
Diana Bruhn-Hafner, decided to retire and pursue a more leisurely life style.
During that process, one of our long time vendors decided to make a larger
commitment to the Cliff Dwellers and took over Diana's interest in the Shop.
We welcome Weaver, Sherry Mummert to the Management side of the Gallery and wish
Diana the very best in her retirement!
Check Us Out:
Web - www.cliffdwellersgallery.com
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook - facebook.com/cliffdwellers - Become a fan!
TV spot - www.WTCITV.org - TVPBS Southern Accents, Season 17, Episode 7
Days September 4-7, 2015 Labor Day Weekend Go
back in time to the early days of Gatlinburg & see
weaving, basket making, spinning, dyeing yarn, painting gourds
marbling and more.
Gallery Gathering October 21-25
Join us once more for loads of demonstrators and even the Pea
Pickin' Hearts will be joining us on Saturday to sing for
on Gatlinburg April 8-10, 2016
The entire Craft Community will be offering classes in
various arts and crafts. Several of our artisans have signed
up to teach knitting, marbling, pottery and weaving Watch for
the launch of the Hands on Gatlinburg website coming soon!
"A Most Interesting Place"
A Landmark Shop in Gatlinburg, TN since 1933
Cliff Dwellers Gallery
668 Glades Road, Gatlinburg, TN 37738