Participants & Events

21 N Junction Ave, MONTROSE, CO • Visit websiteJump to events page

A kiln-formed glass studio specializing in glass frit (crushed glass) paintings and dimensional glass sculpture.

761 12th Ave S, Naples, FL • Visit website


Pauline's Gifts


514 Essex Ave, Gloucester, MA • Visit website

307 E Grand River Ave, Lansing, MI • Visit website

New Jersey

473 Watchung Avenue, Montclair, NJ • Visit websiteJump to events page

Fine Art and Fine Crafts in beautiful county parks

North Carolina

524 N Griffing Blvd., Asheville, NC • Visit website

Art Connections offers art studio tours in the western NC region!

26 Lodge Street, Asheville, NC • Visit website

930 Tunnel Road, Asheville, NC • Visit website

A neighborhood tradition, built in 1955 by Ralph Morris Sr. for Stuart Nye and the Southern Highland Craft Guild, a pair of stone houses stand as a monument where time-honored traditions continue. Guild Crafts continues as a craft shop offering the finest handmade crafts including jewelry, pottery, baskets, ironwork, glass, fiber and much more. Visit Guild Crafts and experience where the past meets the present and take home a piece of Southern Mountain tradition.

Milepost 382 Blue Ridge Parkway, Asheville, NC • Visit website

The Folk Art Center is home to the Southern Highland Craft Guild. The center showcases the finest in traditional and contemporary crafts of the Southern Appalachians. In addition to an Eastern National bookstore and Blue Ridge Parkway information desk, the center houses three galleries, a library, and the Guild's oldest craft shop. Beginning in March each year, visitors can see live craft demonstrations daily in the Folk Art Center lobby. The Folk Art Center is located in east Asheville on the Blue Ridge Parkway, a five-minute drive from downtown.

Milepost 294 Blue Ridge Parkway, Blowing Rock, NC • Visit website

Visitors enjoy a marriage of spectacular views, Georgian Revival architecture and stunning handmade crafts at the Manor House. Parkway Craft Center is one of five shops of the Southern Highland Craft Guild and features work from over 300 Southern Appalachian craftspeople. Work on display includes clay, glass, leather, fiber, jewelry, wood, natural materials, paper and metal. Whether visitors are looking for a special accent piece for the home or a unique gift for a special occasion, they will find the perfect selection.

Lucy Clark

Cedar Mountain

8 Easy St, Cedar Mountain, NC • Visit website

I am a professional artist specializing in hand build ceramics in Western North Carolina. I have currently have a working studio and gallery in Brevard, NC., called Artists @ Work.

2689 D Greenville Hwy, Flat Rock , NC • Visit website

2702A Greenville Highway, Flat Rock, NC • Visit website

We represent fine art and craft artists and celebrate them with exhibits and demos throughout the year. WE are happy to participate in American Craft Week. Sherry Masters in AVL shared American Craft Week with me.

106 Main St., Brattleboro, VT • Visit website

Vermont Artisan Designs is a gallery on Main Street in downtown Brattleboro, VT, that features the works of more than 300 American craftspeople and fine artists, mostly from New England. During ACW, the gallery hosts works from participants in the Vermont Fall Open Studio tour.

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