During the last few months we have added several new artisans to our store. After the Nascar collectibles came to the store, we have added the following:

Touch of Glass out of Nashville which offer fused art wind chimes, plates, coasters, ornaments, jewelry, and may other beautiful and amazing things.

Sandra Black has some very different items featuring her chochet.

Sheby Stagner uses the acrylic pouring technique to decorate vases.

Terri Brown has many different clothing items with unique sayings and pictures for both children and adults.

Mike and Beverly Larvia offer decorative wooden items in addition to wood carved pens, duck calls and pepper mills.

Amy Hall with Spurs and Sparkles offer clothing and accessories with an equestrian flair.

Eric and Pamela Medlin from Carolina at Heart do gorgeous leather tooling on unique items like ballcaps, wallets, and belt accessories.

And last but not least is Carlos Lastres from B&C Wood and Epoxy. You must check out his beautiful wood items using Epoxy to add that WOW feature.

For Class Interest:

Due to the continuing pandemic requirements, our classes are being held in the large studio area where the framing used to be. This room allows us to have respectful distancing between students. And everyone is required to wear a face mask to attend class.

We are trying to get more classes scheduled but it is difficult during this time. 

Be sure to check out our Class Schedule page to register and pre-pay for the classes which have begun. We all need some play time due to the pandemic restraints. We will continue to add new class content and instructors. If you would like a specific class, let us know, and we’ll do out best to find an instructor.