Whittle & Stitch – Folk Art in the Blue Ridge


The first exhibit for 2013 is called Whittle & Stitch: Folk Art in the Blue Ridge.
The exhibit is sort of a departure from the norm as it includes contemporary items from local craftsmen as well as traditional handcrafts, including quilting, embroidery, woodworking and more.
There are already several items on display, but we always want to include everyone, so if you have something you think would be appropriate, please consider loaning it to the Society for display in the exhibit.
The exhibit opened in February and will last through May. Starting in 2013, exhibits will span 4 months. This will give the museum committee more time between showings and it will allow more time to enjoy their work. The museum is open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, 10am to 5pm, across from the courthouse. Stop by and see the display!

Rustic, split-wood Cabin by John & Devin Ulery of Designs In Wood in Sparta, on loan from Wilma Foster.

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