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 50 local artists.
Join the Cliff Dwellers Gallery in celebrating the year-long 75th Anniversary of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Visit us in the heart of the Smoky Mountain Arts & Crafts Community. Artist-owned cooperative in a wonderful historic building. We sincerely appreciate your support of the Gallery!
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75th Anniversary Special exhibits
at Cliff Dwellers Gallery
DLIA Discover Life in America photograph display of the overlooked wonders of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Amazing detail.
Louis E. Jones paintings, cirica 1930's. The original artist, builder & resident of Cliff Dwellers. On loan from Jim Gray & Louise Bales.
Edward E. Hunt photographs, cirica 1930's. Black & White images of the Park being carved out of the mountains by Mary Louise Hunt's father.
Collection of artwork by our artists. Specially designed pieces with a historical perspective to commemorate the 75th Anniversary. Purchase will benefit the Park.
Annual Fall Gallery Gathering
October 21 - 25, 2009
Join us for our fall celebration of art, craft & fellowship! Lots of demonstrations by our artists. The Gallery turns into its own art & craft fair! Everyone enjoys our Gallery Gathering! Stop by & see why!
"A Most Interesting Place"
A Landmark Shop in Gatlinburg, TN since 1933
Cliff Dwellers Gallery
668 Glades Road, Gatlinburg, TN 37738