Etowah, NC Artists and Artisans
Since 1997, through my business, In the Spirit of Decor, I've been blessed with wonderful opportunities to share my love for the Decorative Arts with others. I offer an extraordinary range of finishes from textures, colors, sheens, murals, gilding, tromp l'oiel and embellishments that reflect the personality of each home, business and client I work with. I also create antique ornamental mirrors and reverse gilded backsplashes and 3-d wall murals (Bas Relief)
- 6 Fernwood Ave. AshevilleNC2880650506
Why buy new when you can get exactly the look you want with an existing piece? Once More Decor specializes in custom painted furniture, designed and hand-painted specifically for the individual client.
- 284 Country Woods Drive RutherfordtionNC2813950507
For almost a decade, W. P. Originals has been creating fine artwork. The artwork produced have included a range of mediums including sculpture, pastel drawings, and charcoal and pencil drawings. W. P. Originals has focused on one medium recently--oil paintings. While many artists have turned to modern and digital art, W. P. Originals continues to create traditional paintings in the most beautiful, realistic way.
- 2002 Riverside Drive AshevilleNC2880450503
James Daniel is the nation's leading portrait artist who lives and works in Asheville, NC. He creates beautiful portraits of children, academic institutions, corporate executives, and, families.
- P.O. Box 7313 AshevilleNC2880250503
We offer art by Cleaster Cotton. Cleaster works in several media, including mixed media acrylic paintings, collage, prints, drawings, pen and ink, hand-rendered and computer illustrations, textile design, installation art, assemblage, photography and sculpture. Cleaster is the planet’s premier Exo-Political artist.
- 362 Depot St. Suite 101 AshevilleNC2880150504
Heather Knight is an internationally renowned ceramic artist who has garnered attention from the worldwide art and design community since she opened Element in 2007. She works almost exclusively with porcelain and her work is widely recognized for its striking combination of modern esthetic with textures, patterns and shapes inspired by nature. Knight received her BFA from the University of North Carolina at Asheville in 2006. After serving as a resident artist and instructor at Odyssey Center for the Ceramic Arts in Asheville, she held a teaching position at the Greenville County Museum of Art in South Carolina. Knight opened the doors to her studio, Element, in 2007 in Asheville, North Carolina, and has focused on her art full-time ever since, elevating her body of work into an internationally sought after brand. Her art has been exhibited nationwide, as well as in France, The Netherlands, United Kingdom and Dubai. Knight and her art have been featured on The Nate Berkus Show, as well as in many publications including Interior Design Magazine, House Beautiful, Coastal Living, Portland Spaces, Charleston Home, American Craft and Bon Appetit. In spite of the rapid growth of her business, Knight has stayed true to the handmade nature of her art and considers it an integral part of her process. She uses zero means of mass production, creating each piece from conception completely by hand. An active member of its vibrant and eclectic artist community, Knight has called Asheville, North Carolina, home for nearly 15 years. Her Husband Mike joined the studio business in September 2012, and their son, Caleb is now also a regular fixture. Her studio and showroom, Element Ceramics, is located on Depot St. in Asheville's River Arts District.
- P.O. Box 67 Horse ShoeNC28742
We make and sell large, high-tech, commercial kaleidoscopes, including a window model, to transform your home or office. They are built like Army tanks...screwed not glued. New development - we have recently decided on focusing on a narrower target market. That being large resort hotels, in large cities. Stay tuned, while we adjust our marketing materials. A new sideline-funeral homes might want to know that there is room on the floor inside of the scope, to put a low chest of ashes wrapped in a nice white or pale gray cloth. About the size of two antique cigar boxes, end-to-end.
- 300 Long Shoals Road APT 13DArdenNC2870450502
Sisyphus Tiles handcrafts 11 different tile shapes in 54 colors that can be mixed or matched to create a unique look for your tile project
Handmade tiles, mosaics, and murals for your home. The tiles can be used indoors or out and can be installed on floors, walls, swimming pools, tub surrounds, and more. Sharon will work with you to create a custom look for your project. Handmade art tiles add a beautiful personal touch to any installation.
- 77 Gentry Dr AlexanderNC2870150502
Design build modern custom metal furniture,accessories and sculpture, We are Asheville locals and love serving our city. Almost everything we do is custom and we would love to design a piece e for you
- 116 Lyman Street, Studio 295 AshevilleNC2880150501
Maggie Minor creates exclusive free flowing fine art sculpture and wall art using experimental techniques and influences from her travels around the world. She works closely with interior designers and clients to create work that adds an elegant yet vibrant feel to spaces. Her work is in homes all over the US including the Hamptons. Maggie is the author of Adventures of a Curious Sculptor, a memoir of her travels around the world. It is available on Amazon.
L.E.B. Glass Studio LLC has been serving South Carolina and the southeast since 1987. We are a full servce stained glass studio-taking commissions for residential, sacred and commercial installations. We specialize in stained glass repair and restoration. We also teach and sale supplies.