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A Jann Peitso, art!

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Jann and Gene Peitso spend many hours in the national park hiking and meandering while searching for practically-lost sites, cemeteries and evidence of the basis for many often told tales. Jann returns to her gallery in the arts and crafts community and interprets those findings in her loose and juicy, brightly colored style of watercolors. Visit their gallery in the Smoky Mountains Arts/Crafts Village, and the Peitsos can share with you many of the trails that can conjure up a tale or two!

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Alewine Pottery

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A unique craft experience in the Smokies! Since coming to the Smoky Mountains more than 25 years ago, Robert Alewine has been creating beautiful, one-of-a-kind pottery that reflects his love of the area that surrounds his studio and his home. Alewine Pottery is alive with excitement all year long. Stop by anytime and you'll find potters at work, live music, and even fresh popcorn awaiting you. We look forward to seeing you

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Andrea Wilson, Artist

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Andrea Wilson is an awarding-winning artist in the mediums of watercolor and mixed media. She is the winner of the 2008 Grand Prize in the Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage Art Competition and specializing in botanicals--wildflowers, fall leaves and copper plate etchings.

Bearington Collection

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The Bearington Collection is a relative newcomer to the collectible industry, but has made quite an impression on plush collectors around the nation, and internationally as well. Bearington has received recognition from its peers in the plush industry by receiving numerous YOBY (Teddy Bear of the Year) Industry Choice Awards, TOBY Public’s Choice Awards, Golden Teddy nominations, CIB Collector’s Choice awards, Collectible of the Year in Canada, and is rated one of the fastest-growing plush companies in the industry. In addition, Bearington has enjoyed a “warm & fuzzy” relationship with GSMA, paying close attention to details of the “Rocky” and “Bandit” black bear line that GSMA offers to their visitors, as well as other critters such as Farah Foxit (fox), Chester P. Nut (squirrel), and PU Spraysmore (skunk). Each GSMA product is specially tagged and includes a little story about the animal. 

Boogertown Gap

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Boogertown Gap is a local old-time string band playing & singing traditional mountain music on traditional instruments, & Celtic/classical music on flute and guitar. Wife and husband Ruth Barber and Keith Watson serve as the foundation of Boogertown Gap, but they also perform regularly with a fiddler and bassist. Boogertown Gap performs old-time music throughout the local area at a variety of events and functions including for the cities of Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Pittman Center and Great Smoky Mountains National Park. They have performed for live radio shows on WCNY in central New York, W50’s Country in Cosby, TN and WDVX in Knoxville. They also perform for wedding ceremonies, receptions, and private parties. The music of BTG includes ballads, fiddle tunes, dance tunes, and American compositions from as early as the 16th century through the Civil War and up to the early 1900s. Boogertown Gap CDs are available HERE and at all GSMA stores in the area. 

Buie Pottery

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Colorful, hand-crafted pottery by Buie. Browse and watch the potter at work. Creating a variety of items ranging from oil burners, dinnerware, to bathroom accessories and more. "We Have Been Making Dirt Look Good since 1986!"

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Cliff Dwellers Gallery

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Since 1933. Historic gallery featuring fine crafts and art. Contemporary and traditional work of handwoven items, pottery, glass, baskets, gourds, turned wood, marbling, wearable art, paintings and more.  Classes, special events, and demonstrations. 

Folkmanis Puppets

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FOLKMANIS – the leader in specialty puppets. Original, high-quality, award-winning hand, glove and finger puppets featuring nearly 250 top-selling animals and characters inspired by nature and literature. Folkmanis has been making the most innovative and engaging specialty puppets in the world since 1976, delighting imaginations and winning nearly every industry, child development, and kid-tested award.

Gatlin County Leather & Gallery

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Touch the past with handmade Native American inspired clothing made from deer and elk hides. Enjoy Native American music as you look at books, flutes, drums, original Poppen moccasins, Silver and beaded jewelry.

Highland Craft Gallery

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Traditional and contemporary crafts of metal, fiber, glass, clay, wood and leather, handmade by outstanding regional artisans. Featuring the hand-forged ironwork of Smoky Mountain Blacksmith Studio.

Tim Weberding Woodworking

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Third-generation woodworker creates finely crafted specialty gifts including wood baskets, boxes, ornaments, plaques and more. We also specialize in custom designed products. All items in the shop are handcrafted by Tim & Jill Weberding with the help of family and friends.

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William Britten Photography

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Celebrating life in the Great Smoky Mountains. Photography like you've never seen before! Each photograph is hand printed in my Gatlinburg studio. My goal is to capture the spirit of the Smoky Mountains. In your home, these photographs will recall the sense of being miles away, carefree in the deep peace of the Smokies. Please visit my website or facebook page, where I post frequently about new images, favorite Smoky Mountains trails and life in Gatlinburg.

Zeringue Photography

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Kyle Zeringue, a member of the North American Nature Photography Association, has been photographing nature for over 25 years. His gallery, Zeringue Fine Art Photography, is located in Studio 301 at the Lowe Mill Arts Center in Huntsville, AL. Primary subject matter includes landscape and wildlife photography from around the United States with a strong emphasis on the Great Smoky Mountains. Other subjects include wildflowers, macro photography, travel photography, and portraits and figure studies. His work which has won numerous awards in local, regional, and national competitions can be viewed in the gallery and online at www.zeringuephoto.com. Prints are available framed or matted.

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