Winter Art Gallery Guide from Mile Posts 1-10 Stay inside!
Stay Inside: Winter Gallery Guide
Part 1: Mile Posts 1-10
Looking for an activity that allows you to dodge the wind or the rain? Grab a map and head to your local galleries. Whether you’re a local resident, or just in for the season, these handmade items are sure to inspire. Unique and often one of a kind, be sure to visit often!
Tarheel Trading Company
Fine American Handcrafts featuring a wide variety of high end suitable for mature shoppers
Wooden Feather Wildlife Gallery
Rustic carvings, paintings and more perfect for the hunter or wildlife enthusiast in your bunch.
Gallery and studio in one! Stop by and watch the artists at work for a truly unique experience. Be sure to check out their class selection while you’re there.
Showcasing unique and elegant gifts made by local artisans with eclectic taste.
Kill Devil Hills
KDH Cooperative Gallery & Studios
Cooperative gallery operated by the artists. Showing the work of more than 40 artists. Guests can visit upstairs studios, participate in classes and watch the resident blacksmith at work.
Sea Green Gallery
From vintage button bouquets, to retro turntable clocks and paint chip notebooks, this shop repurposes and breathes life into all kinds of materials. Truly worth checking out.
Mellow Dog Gallery
An eclectic group of artists provide its visitors a place to mellow out and enjoy the view. (Closes in January) While you’re there wander into some of the other waterfront shops and galleries.
What’s your favorite gallery to visit?
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