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.
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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...
A non-profit organization aiming at preserving traditional mountain crafts, including patchwork quilts and pillow covers, baskets, pottery and many other crafts.
The Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea features a wide range of Kentucky’s outstanding artisan works in its galleries, exhibition and shopping areas. Whether on display in...
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...
Bowling Green, KY
This 80,000 sq. ft. museum's flagship exhibit, "A Star in Each Flag:
Conflict in Kentucky," offers visitors a chance to walk through a
simulated campsite, view a slave cabin...
Heavenly Homestead Cheese is committed to a product that helps people stay connected to their local farms. Visitors of all ages are welcome to schedule a tour of the far...
Welcome to Amanda Bridges Pottery! The objects I create often incorporate highly embellished surfaces. Most of my pieces are one-of-a-kind, wheel-thrown, slab built and a...
One of the oldest stoneware
manufacturers in the United States, Stoneware
has been dedicated to the tradition and careful craftsmanship of transforming clay i...
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