Explore the result of what years of passion can produce. Though talent may play a small role in an artist’s ability, many would argue that it’s dedication, experimentation and hard work that inevitably turn an artist into a master.
It’s well-known that the Asheville area is a haven for the arts and there are a number of artists that call Madison County home. North of Asheville, the artists here in Madison County find inspiration from the beautiful natural surroundings of the Blue Ridge Mountains and create incredible pieces in their private studios. From pottery and woodworking to painting, take a tour and see some of the amazing studios of these talented local artists. Below are some of the studios open to the public by appointment.
“Incredible! We had the most amazing time visiting the studio. So inspiring.”-Dawn L. (Mudluscious Pottery)
Studios in Madison County, NC
Bucky Parker’s work is a combination of philosophy and art in wood form. His studio is in the Marshall High Studios on Blannahassett Island adjacent to downtown Marshall.
Creek View Studio
Art has no bounds, discover the impressive work of Bill Weldner as he explores the extremes around us at his studio in Spring Creek. Find out more
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Madison County has a wealth of agritourism opportunities to indulge in, come check out a working farm or pop by a farmer’s market and enjoy some farm-fresh produce. Find out more
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Explore a new hobby or interest! There are a number of ways to try out a new passion in Madison County. Find out more
Laugh, admire or sing along at one of the amazing performances of the Southern Appalachian Repertory Theatre presented at Owen Theatre in Mars Hill, North Carolina. Find out more
Take to a steed and enjoy the majestic Appalachian Mountains like never before. The natural beauty is even better when enjoyed on horseback! Find out more