We’ve got fingerless gloves, scarves, hats & more from Baabaazuzu! These colorful pieces are made from recycled wool sweaters & lined with fleece, & no two are alike.
We’re so happy to introduce our newest fine craft artist to Heartwood Gallery, Kentucky-based potter Amelia Stamps! Amelia’s pottery expresses a quiet strength through fine details, soft colors, & exquisite forms. We have a variety of mugs, tea sets, bowls, plates, & much more for you to discover.
See our latest selection of Amelia’s work at Heartwood Gallery. We are open Mon-Thurs 10-5, Fri & Sat 10-6, & Sunday 11-4. Call (828)749-9365 or e-mail email@example.com for artist & gallery information.
Hello November! Bring the natural beauty of the great outdoors into your home with fine crafts inspired by nature, like these hand patinated bronze Table Art servers by Michael Michaud & ceramic dish by potter Joey Sheehan.
We have a few new items from Asheville potter Karen Newgard, including olive oil pourers, bowls, mugs, vases, & lidded jars. Stop by Heartwood Gallery to see them all!
We have stunning new work from California artist Philippa Roberts at Heartwood Gallery. Necklaces & earrings combine vermeil with deep lapis to make an elegant & sophisticated look.
Fall in love with the delicate warmth of chocolate moonstones with vermeil findings in this collection by artist Alicia Van Fleteren. Made in Northern California, Alicia’s jewelry designs are influenced by the exotic aesthetic of her Asian culture.
“Because she made space, new growth was possible.”
Visit Heartwood to see the Liminal Collection of jewelry by North Carolina artist Ginger Meek Allen.
“The Collection: The sometimes murky space after the end of one season and the beginning of another is the liminal space. It’s often vague but filled with promise. These forms were inspired by liminal experience, and the open spaces are more powerful than the lines and forms around them.
Product info: These earrings flow from the front to the back of the ear, with a minimal presence that holds itself in place because of the tension created by the form.”
Do you think we can summon the cooler weather if we go ahead & pull out the hats & scarves? We’ve got some irresistibly soft & sturdy knit threads from Solmate Socks to keep you warm! These colorful scarves, hats, & fingerless gloves are made in Hickory, NC, of cotton remnants from t-shirt factories that would normally go to the landfills.
Aren’t these owls a hoot? Made by Prairie Dance in Sioux Falls, SD, this steel art is great indoors & out, giving your home a versatile festive look. We have pumpkins, too!
Game on! Visit Heartwood Gallery for fun novelty items handcrafted by artists from around the country, like this cribbage set. Made by Heartwood Creations, this wooden box holds a deck of cards & pegs while showcasing exquisite wood inlay. The box is hinged & comes with a magnetic closure it keep from falling open.