The Yellow House is proud of our talented artists and is thrilled to provide you with a list of the 8 best Waynesville, NC art galleries. Six of these art galleries are all on North Main Street. We encourage you to read our related post about local antique shops as well.
Blue Owl Gallery (11 North Main Street): Whether you are looking for pottery, jewelry, or other artistic gift items, the Blue Owl Gallery has a wide selection of styles and colors to choose from. Purchased items are thoughtfully packaged.
Pennington T Art Gallery (15 North Main Street): Pennington T features the work of color-pencil artist Teresa Pennington and a wonderful variety of eye-catching nature scenes and prints.
Earthworks Gallery (21 North Main Street): An eclectic store, Earthworks Gallery is filled with original fine art, hand-built furniture, Native American and local pottery, one-of-a-kind sculptures, and handcrafted jewelry as well as handmade garments, scarves, and accessories.
Twigs and Leaves Gallery (98 North Main Street): This quaint shop has a variety of little treasures including a fine selection of exotic teas and candles and is home to over 140 primarily local and regional artists.
Goblin Lane (136 North Main): Features pottery, jewelry, home accessories, garden art and artisan soaps are just a few of the treasures you will find at Goblin Lane. Original sculptures that bring life into you home or garden.
Cedar Hill Studio (198 North Main Street): This now over five-thousand square foot, beautifully renovated and remodeled gallery represents the works of over ninety talented artists and crafters. Owned by artist Gretchen Clasby.
Art on Depot (250 Depot Street): Cathey Bolton is the artist & owner, the space is her working pottery studio as well as a Fine Arts & Craft Gallery. A beautiful selection of pottery and most pieces can be used in the oven and microwave.
Great Smokies Creations (85 Muse Business Park) is a fine art gallery providing custom framing and featuring twelve gifted local and regional artists.
Artistic Yellow House Bed and Breakfast guests will love our Rockwell Suite, named in honor of the great American artist, Norman Rockwell. This two-room suite is decorated with Rockwell prints. Guests can use the suite’s sketchbook and pencils to create their own art as they enjoy their private balcony that overlooks the Blue Ridge Mountains.