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Decorating With Art Quilts

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Decorating With Art Quilts

How to Decorate Quick & Easy with Elegantly Handcrafted Art Quilts

People visiting our gallery always seem to be on the look out for new and interesting ways to display the art quilts they get from us. Decorating with art quilts is one way to show off the comforts of the home.

After looking around a bit we have uncovered both traditional and contemporary ways to make art quilts really stand out – other than to just ‘hang them’ on a wall some where.

Here are some tips we picked at AllPeopleQuilt.com: (more…)

St. Patrick’s Day Pinch?

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Wear Green or Get Pinched?

st patricks day 2017

St. Patrick’s Day Pinch? While we won’t pinch you if don’t wear green when you come by the store today, we invite you to check out some of our wonderful “Tipsy” Tumblers handcrafted by Asheville glass blower Terri Sigler.

Okay, we admit it you might not NEED any glassware but once you see these beautiful hand blown tumblers, you are sure to want them.

They made a great thank-you gift idea for you to take along if you are heading out this evening for a St. Paddy’s Day party with a special  someone.

Not to mention, if you are hosting your own “wear green or get pinched” celebration this weekend, nothing makes a mini-bar or a party beverage table stand out quite like these super cool tumblers that “rock but never roll” and their companion blown glass pitchers:

“Tipsy” Tumblers and Pitchers by Asheville Glass Blower Terri Sigler

st-paddy-pinching-handWe invite you to come by Mountain Made soon or we will give ya a pinch! St. Patrick’s Day Pinch any day pinch!

 

Kick Winter to the Curb – Whimsical Garden & Metal Yard Art from Mike Cowan

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Mike Cowan's completed wrought iron gate

Wrought Iron Gates by Mike Cowan

Metal Garden & Yard Art By Mike Cowan

 

Every spring, gardeners will spent their time dreaming of a relaxing summer time oasis filled with wonderful flowers and birds, and other wildlife.

But by using striking metal yard art sculptures or garden structures from artists like Mike Cowan, you can easily extend the beauty of your home’s yards and gardens long past those bleak winter months into the spring season.

 

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Exploring Life Changes Thru Nature with Sue Wasserman

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Writer/Photographer Sue Wasserman

Inside the Artist’s Studio with Asheville Writer/Photographer Sue Wasserman

The some of Mountain Made’s most popular authors and skilled artists and crafts people – found here in Western North Carolina – reveal their personal experiences and professional insights in our continuing series ‘Inside The Artist’s Studio’.

This month we visited with author and photographer Sue Wasserman. Sue has authored two very popular books: Walk with Me: Exploring Nature’s Wisdom and her newest,  A Moment’s Notice.


Both are filled with spectacular nature photography and inspiring personal essays.

Sue has been featured in such local publications such as the Laurel of Asheville:

“Insightful essays and captivating photographs give readers a sense of natural wonder and beauty as Wasserman experiences them. Wildflowers, butterflies and light reflected on water are some of the discoveries she makes with her “internal GPS,” finding in them lessons in understanding…”

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How to Enjoy Your 2017 SoCon Game Breaks

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How to Enjoy Your 2017 SoCon Game Breaks

Here’s What to do in Downtown Asheville

In Between the Southern Conference Basketball Games

How to Enjoy Your 2017 SoCon Game Breaks

If you are coming to the Southern Conference Basketball Championships, eventually you will have a break in the games of your favorite team.

There’s no better time to walk one block over to the Grove Arcade and come inside out of the wind to browse one of the best selections of Western North Carolina artwork in the downtown art district.

 

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