Asheville Craft Shop - Gallery of the Mountains fine craft by local and regional makers in the Grove Park Inn
Gallery Of
The Mountains

Celebrating the Artistic Talent of Southern Appalachia Since 1984.

Asheville Craft Shop

Located in Asheville’s historic Grove Park Inn, Gallery of the Mountains features fine American craft by local and regional makers.

 

Discover Beauty in Small Batches

Woodworker Ken Wheeler in his home studio in Saluda, NC.

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT

Ken Wheeler, a woodworker based in Saluda, NC, creates one-of-a-kind birdhouses and furniture from reclaimed wood. A longtime “green” artist, Ken prides himself on repurposing local materials to create items of beauty, duration, and function.

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We’re Part of the Blue Ridge Craft Trails

The Blue Ridge Craft Trails celebrates our region’s rich craft heritage and connects travelers and artists across Western North Carolina. Travel along the Trails to visit artists in their studios, shop galleries full of local artwork, and discover scenic treasures and cultural gems along the way.

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Exterior view of the historic Grove Park Inn in Asheville, NC.

Inside the Historic Grove Park Inn

Our Asheville craft shop and gallery is situated inside the historic Grove Park Inn, a hotel that boasts the largest public collection of American Arts & Crafts style furnishings in the world. Opened in 1913, the Inn was built by the legendary E.W Grove and his son-in-law, Fred Seely.

Adjacent to The Omni Grove Park Inn is one of Asheville’s hidden gems. Known today as Grovewood Village, this historic site is home to our nationally recognized sister gallery. Visit Grovewood Gallery to explore handmade works by over 350 American artists.

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An Asheville craft shop - Grovewood Gallery.

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Kind
Words

“Cultivate a greater appreciation for Appalachian art at Gallery of the Mountains, which pays homage to the Asheville region’s talented artisans. This small shop brings plenty of local appeal to the historic Omni Grove Park Inn but is worth a visit in its own right.”

– The SmokyMountains.com Local Expert Team