John Mac Kah paints the ever changing mountains of North Carolina throughout the seasons. These cards are great for any occasion.
Mickey Dye-Ishikawa of Things from Home soaps uses all natural ingredients to make a wonderful soap that leaves your skin feeling soft.
Circle cat print by Yoshiko Yamamoto is framed in the Arts and Crafts style by Dard Hunter Studios. With her husband Bruce Smith, Yoshiko began the Arts and Crafts Press using letterpress printing for note cards, prints and books.
Using bittersweet vine, grape vine wisteria and honeysuckle for his inspiration, Joe Bruneau weaves his love for the Appalachian Mountains into each basket.
Local artist Mista Whitson portrays her beloved mountains and local places beautifully in her exquisite watercolors.
Bits of lace, buttons and antique photos in the hands of Kathlene Ford Walters become unique greeting cards for any occasion.
Joy Carfaro's pot holders and fabric postcards highlight the mountains and birds found here.
As the only green blacksmith in the area, John Burtner creates useful and beautiful utensils and trays - sure to please everyone.
The darling illustrations and short verse on the back of Cindy Hendrick's greeting cards make her the customers favorite. Each card can be framed to decorate a child's room.
Simone Wilson takes everyday items like forks, spoons, bits of metal and fashions them into whimsical characters, birds and heart wall decor.