Our little brick building is the home of David's Handy Work where he makes concrete textile pottery and recycled pallet wood products in the studio. The gallery part of the building is dedicated to the display of art objects hand made by locals in the Smoky Mountains.
A group of 14 creative people have brought their talents together for an interesting browse of the wares they offer buyers of distinction. Enjoy perusing through the variety of arts and crafts. Inquire about classes to help develop your creative side.
We are all about customer convenience so give us a call if you need us to stay open later to accommodate your schedule. With advance notice we open for groups traveling in our area.
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Sweetwater Gallery is the home and studio of David's Handy Work. David Allen Dick is the resident artist and owner.
He creates hand draped textile concrete pottery and utilitarian pieces of reclaimed wood. His juried creations are seen at popular festivals.
Lee is also a resident artist and owner of SG&S, She is a singer/songwriter who makes jewelry and enjoys acrylic and multi-media art. Her CD recordings are available. 2019 special events will include entertainment. The picture features Lee with Patricia Dick for whom the memorial barn quilt was dedicated.
Sweetwater Gallery & Studio is listed on the Clay County Barn Quilt Block Tour. "Patricia's Pillow" is mounted on the exterior of the building. Pick up a flyer about our inspirational story and a map listing other quilt blocks displayed within the beautiful mountain countryside .
An extraordinary pastel artist, Estelle is equally adept at the fine twigs in a landscape or translucent whiskers on her kitties. Originals of your pets are available by consignment.
This lovely lady is a multi media and pottery artist. From her statues to wall hangings she expresses herself uniquely. Her sweet little faces may remind you of someone.
Truly a golden girl with shiny red hair Christine enjoys painting with acrylic and watercolor. We have several of her originals adorning our walls.
Like Jewelry? We are planning a class of Viking Weave bracelets February 15th. Submit our "get in touch" form. We will send you the details.
Retired after 35 years as an operating room nurse, Deborah still loves details and crafting is what she loves to do now. Her bracelets of viking weave are one of her specialties. Buy one or join her class to make one of your own. Sign up!
The farm is only a few short minutes away where you can meet these lovely animals. Donna and Chuck Burks care for them like babies. They are sheered locally. We carry bagged fiber and carpets.
40 Breckenridge Drive, Hayesville, North Carolina 28904, U S A
Thursday: 11am - 4pm
Friday: 11am - 4pm
Sunday Thru Wednesday - Closed
Hours Available by appointment