Free semi-annual tour of artists studios and galleries in Bryson City and Swain & Graham counties. 10 am - 5 pm each day.

Step-by-step google map directions are available for each of the locations on the Stecoah Valley Center website. Printed drive-about maps are also available at each location. Look for directional signs near each stop on the tour.

Area Studios and Galleries on the Stecoah Arts & Crafts Drive-About Tour

Bryson City

NANTAHALA SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS / SOUTHWESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Building tours, studio demonstrations and art actitives during the Drive About. The school offers a variety of heritage arts classes for personal enjoyment that emphasize Appalachian art and culture. Associate in Fine Arts degree program.

60 Almond School Road
Bryson City NC 28713
828-366-2000

PINCU POTTERY & SAW MILL POTTERY
Hand made pottery for the artful table. Functional, beautiful and inspired by the beauty of Western North Carolina. Watch artisans at work.

80 Hwy 28 South
Bryson City, NC 28713
828-488-0480

WILD FERN STUDIOS & GALLERY
Handmade baskets from hand dyed reed, cane, and paper. Gallery also includes handcrafted pottery, jewelry, soap and metal work.

15 Everett Street
Bryson City NC 28713
828-736-1605

Stecoah

STECOAH ARTISANS GALLERY
Wide variety of traditional and contemporary art and craft: paintings, pottery, weaving, wood, glass, photographs, jewelry and more.

In the Stecoah Valley Cultural Arts Center
121 Schoolhouse Rd (Off Hwy 28)
Stecoah NC 28771
828-479-3364

YELLOW BRANCH POTTERY & CHEESE
Hand-thrown functional stoneware pottery and Yellow Branch Farmstead Cheeses. Tour the working pottery studio and sample locally made cheeses.

Yellow Branch Rd & 1073 Old Yellow Branch Rd (Off Hwy 28)
Stecoah NC 28771
828-479-1042

Other Galleries and Studios on the Drive-About

Robbinsville

Taylor’s Greenhouse

Wehrloom Honey & Essentials

Junk N' Style

Arts and crafts on the tour include native crafts, chain saw art, honeys, candles, skin care products, container gardens, vegetable & bedding plants, herbs, pottery, cheese, basketry on dyed gourds, watercolors and other mediums, photography, handmade baskets, jewelry, soap and metal work.

For more information, visit the Stecoah Valley Center website.