Kentucky’s rich heritage of art and craft continue today in the workshops and studios of skilled Kentucky artists and craftsmen, such as the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea. Kentucky crafts are uniquely influenced by their surroundings in The Bluegrass State–visit a Kentucky arts and crafts museum or working studio or browse through one of the many shops that showcase these beautiful Kentucky crafted items.
Search below to find a great art gallery, a unique Kentucky arts and crafts museum or attractions such as the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea. Kentucky crafts and artwork are closer than you think–don’t miss out!
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Bowling Green, KY
We're your one stop shop for <strong>Bowling Green and Kentucky souvenirs! Local artists and regional craftsmen are represented here, but our selection of products also ...
The 1817 Saddle Factory, which has been restored to its original layout, is perhaps the oldest industrial building in KY. In 1820 there were 44 workers, mainly indentured serv...
The Appalachian Artisan Center Shop and website are home to an extensive selection of handcrafted items. From pottery to jewelry- furniture to quilts- the rich heritage of the...
in a carefully restored 150 year old building, we are proud to offer
the work of over 650 of Kentucky’s best artisans. We buy directly from
small family busin...
During your visit to Shaker Village, shop for signature oval boxes, tightly-sewn brooms and other gifts. The store also carries traditional children's toys,...
A non-profit organization aiming at preserving traditional mountain crafts, including patchwork quilts and pillow covers, baskets, pottery and many other crafts.
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