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“How do I start collecting art?”

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“How do I start collecting art? And how do I know if the artwork is any ‘good’?” If you do any kind of research you will soon discover that artwork is frequently labeled as “good”, “great” or “inspirational”. Frankly there are only two rules of thumb you should consider when it comes to buying or […]

The Arts and Crafts Style Comes South

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The Arts and Crafts Movement It was the style that changed America forever In 1910 the Arts and Crafts movement swept across the country, creating a demand for millions of modest, affordable bungalows filled with the handcrafted oak furniture of Gustav Stickley, matte green pottery by Grueby and Rookwood, mica lighting by the Roycroft Copper […]

Super Bowl Party Recipe – Easy Tacos for Football Fans

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Okay, we admit it. This recipe has absolutely nothing to do with the gallery, fine art or handmade crafts. Just our gift as one football fan to another.  You don’t even have to like football  to like this recipe (but as Southerners we do think that’s a bit odd). Still this is a great recipe […]

Is Mountain Made part of a non-profit?

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“Are you part of a non-profit or some other Asheville art organization or group?” NOTE: Here at the gallery, we frequently get questions about who we are and why we do things the way that we do. This blog post is just one of a series of answers to these commonly asked questions. …. No not […]

Jason Probstein: Asheville Glass Blower at Work

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Asheville Glass blower Asheville Glass blower, Jason Probstein is a lampworker and scientific glass blower who lives here in Asheville, North Carolina. He uses Corning Pyrex glass tubing and rods to create his wonderful artwork. He uses a 3000 degree torch to heat and shape his glass art into strong and very durable pieces like ornaments and goblets. Scientific […]

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