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Located on the Wilderness Road Artisan Trail in Caylor, Crockett Studio offers paintings which reflect the countryside of Virginia. Open by appointment; notice the view through the studio windows. Crockett Studio is located near the Chadwell Station Trailhead in the Cumberland Gap National Historical Park. You may contact her at 276-445-4967 or email@example.com to make an appointment.
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217 Turkey Trail, Jonesville, VA 24263
John Hageman of Flying Wood Chips demonstrates his wood carving craft during Lee County Day at Heartwood. His carvings include birds, animals, fish, caricatures, wood spirits, walking sticks, busts and masks. His professional affiliations include National Wood Carvers Association, Mountain Tradition Woodcarvers and Carroll Carvers. Flying Wood Chips carvings are available for purchase in Heartwood artisan’s center in Abingdon, year-round through 'Round the Mountain juried crafts. Call for an appointment and leave a message.
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100 Edens Drive
Dryden, VA 24244
Mike Gamble's handmade ceramics include hand painted tiles, unique mugs, "Flower Keepers," cookie jars, elegant fruit/serving bowls, plates and complete dinner sets. His professional affiliations include the Artisans Centers of Virginia Potters Council. Mike Gamble's ceramics are available for purchase in Heartwood artisan’s center in Abingdon, year-round through 'Round the Mountain juried crafts. You may also purchase items through his website or contact him for an appointment to view his collection of pottery.
4449 Sugar Run Rd
Jonesville VA 24263
Sugar Run Baskets offers handmade baskets made from white oak. Like the early American pioneers, Gary Carroll goes to the woods and carefully selects a tree that is suitable for basket material. All material for the baskets are made the old fashion way by using hand tools such as axe, froe, drawknife and knife. Sugar Run Baskets are both functional and decorative. With care, they will last for generations. Sugar Run Baskets are available for purchase in Heartwood artisan’s center in Abingdon, year-round through 'Round the Mountain juried crafts. They are also available at the Museum of Appalachia in Norris, TN. Sugar Run Baskets is open by appointment at.