Ed & Kate Coleman

Visit Heartwood Gallery to see new work from North Carolina potters Ed & Kate Coleman. We have all new designs in their ceramic tiles, which measure about 3 x 3” & can display on a wall, & we’re in love with their new tiny bottles!

Prayer Towers by Holden McCurry & Ed Byers

New ceramic prayer towers by Ed Byers & Holden McCurry (Asheville, NC) are at Heartwood Gallery. These sculptures house a piece of paper inside for you to write your prayers or thoughts on. Each tower is handcrafted using traditional ceramic tools & found objects, like bark, to create rich texture, & the elements of nature & architecture  stir the imagination.

Ugone & Thomas Lighting

Brighten your home with the uniquely handcrafted lamps & luminaries by Ugone & Thomas, from Easthampton, Massachusetts. Each lamp incorporates reclaimed materials with traditional artist processes to create a modern, industrial look with an illustrative twist. The lampshades are made on archival giclée paper in a wide variety of patterns.

Annual Coon Dog Day & Gallery Hours

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This Saturday, July 7th, is Saluda’s annual Coon Dog Day Festival, a homecoming and celebration for dogs and their people! The parade begins at 11am & is followed by live music, crafts, street dance, and more, all in downtown Saluda. What began as a chicken supper fundraiser for the local Coon Club has grown into an event that attracts over 10,000 people each year.

Heartwood Gallery will be open after the parade from 12-4pm. We will resume our regular business hours on Sunday the 8th.  

Mountains by Motawi Tileworks

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 “Climb the mountains & get their good tidings. Nature’s peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you, & the storms their energy, while cares will drop off like autumn leaves.” ~John Muir


Bring the mountains into your home with these ceramic tiles by Motawi Tilewoks, from Ann Arbor, Michigan. the designs are inspired by the Arts & Crafts movement, & can be displayed on a wall, a stand, or incorporated into a tile installation.