King Street Art Collective
585 West King Street, Boone, NC 28607
Check out this temporary satellite gallery and holiday artisan market while you can! There will be changing exhibits and activities celebrating the art
Location: Above Doe Ridge Pottery
Address: 585 West King Street, Boone, NC 28607
Daily 10am-6pm, Winter 10am-5pm
Hands Gallery is a Co-op Gallery that was established in 1975 and features the work of over 24 artist members. Each of the members has a full display of work in the gallery. You will find handmade items from sculpture, paintings, furniture, pottery, basket weaving and more. The gallery offers a broad range of member’s work as well as the fine work of consignment artists. The members operate the gallery, so you're likely to meet one of them. Feel free to ask questions about their work. Visitors may even catch a glimpse of one of the artist members at work while overseeing the gallery.
Dancing Moon Earth-way Bookstore
Monday - Thursday--11AM–5PM
Friday & Saturday--10AM-6PM
Common Good Co.
Monday - Friday--11AM–5PM
Common Good Co. is an experience all its own. Owners Jacob and Melina, both incredibly talented artists in their own right, offer an artistic experience. They carefully curated more than just a shop or gallery, they curated a lifestyle. They have forged relationships with an incredible group of artists who provide an eclectic mix of mediums that make you feel like an interior designer with each piece you add to your collection.
Doe Ridge Pottery
Monday - Saturday--11AM–5PM
Just downstairs from the King Street Art Collective is Doe Ridge Pottery where you can purchase work from over 12 local clay artists. Doe Ridge Pottery is currently hosting a Mug Show where gallery artists are encouraged to keep coffee and tea mugs in stock. These mugs make excellent stocking stuffers and small gifts for just about anyone.
The Jones House - Cultural and Community Center
Temporarily closed; open hours vary
Private virtual music lessons are happening right now! If you are interested in learning more visit their music lessons page or email them.
For Open Jams, call
(828.268.6280) to secure details about free future music. Bring your own instrument or watch the folk music in a personal atmosphere.
The Jones House Gallery is exhibiting the work of local photographer, Rachel Salmon. “Wataugraphy” is Rachael’s very first gallery exhibition, a showcase of what Watauga County means to her. Her photography features classic scenes that capture the essence of the High Country. Rachel is a regular exhibitor at the Watauga County Farmers Market. She was a 2019/2020 recipient of the NC Arts and Watauga Arts Council Artist Support Grant