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Saluda Businesses

Fine Artists of Saluda, NC

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Anne and William Jameson Follow us On Facebook!
Anne and William Jameson
Saluda  |   (864) 749-3101  |   Visit Website
Visit website to view portfolio, learn of artists and upcoming workshops.

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Chad Blotner Photography Follow us On Facebook! Follow us On Instagram!
Chad Blotner Photography & Gallery
78 E Main Street., Saluda   |   (828) 817-8734  |   Email  |   Website
Hours: Jan-March- Friday, Saturday, 11am to 4pm
April-December -Monday-Saturday, 11am to 4pm

Photography services and photography photos for sale.


Dale McEntire, Sculpture/Painter Follow us On Facebook!
Dale McEntire • Sculpture/Painter
Red Earth Studio - Saluda  |   (828) 749-1402  |   Visit Website
Hours: Studio visits by appointment.

A native of Western North Carolina, Dale works out of his studio in Saluda NC producing paintings in oil and pastel, and indoor and outdoor sculpture in stone, cast glass, steel and bronze.
Earthenpryde Creations Follow us On Facebook!
Earthenpryde Creations
Saluda, 28773  |  828-749-3019  |   Email Us  |   Visit Website
Hours:

Handcrafted in Historic Saluda, NC, by artisan Pride Carson, Earthenpryde Creations primarily specializes in ceramic jewelry, ceramic buttons, and takes occasional ventures into small functional ceramics for the home or garden. Visit our website and online store.!
The Fluky Potter
Gingerly Touched Pottery
Saluda  |   (828) 749-3900  |  Email

Gingerly Touched Pottery is Susie Welsh. Many of Susie’s pieces—sculpture, handbuilt, wheel thrown, and mixed media—are inspired by nature and faces. You can see her work at Kathleen’s on Main Street in Saluda. Contact her by email or phone.
Jim Carson Follow us On Facebook!
Jim Carson, AIS
Saluda, NC  |   (828) 749-3702  |   Email  |   Visit Website
Visit website to learn of upcoming shows and galleries.

Visit website to learn about upcoming workshops and events.
Jim is a member of Plein Air Painters of the Southeast (PAP-SE), an associate member of Oil Painters of America, and a Signature Member of the American Impressionist Society. Nationally known, Jim gives indoor and outdoor workshops throughout the USA. Call, email, or visit website for further information.
Jim Shakleford
Jim Shackelford Studios
Saluda  |   (828) 859-0461   
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Painting for twenty years, his works in realism and impressionism employ bold, colorful strokes, often with impasto surfaces derived from painting with palette knives. He is comfortable painting with a brush or knife, on canvas. His paintings range in size from 16" X 20" to 62" X 75."
Fine Line Builders Follow us On Facebook!
Meanwhile: Wine, Beer and Specialty Foods
171 East Main Street   |  749-9463 (WINE)   |  Email 
Tuesday, Wed, Thursday and Saturday: 10 AM - 6 PM,
Friday 10 AM - 8 PM, Sunday 12 noon - 5 PM
Saluda Historic DepotFollow us On Facebook!
Saluda Historic Depot
32 W Main Street  |   828-749-2321  |  Website  |   Email

Saluda Historic Depot was built in 1903 and served train passengers from Spartanburg to Asheville coming up the Saluda Grade, the steepest mainline standard gauge railroad in the country. The authentic building is now open to the public and houses art exhibits, train models, storytelling and a train and history museum and gift shop. Open Thursday – Sunday 12pm – 4pm, March - December.
The Dancer's Extension, LLCFollow us On Facebook!
The Dancer's Extension, LLC
Saluda  |   (828) 749-9EXT (9398)  |   Visit Website
Hours: Daily Classes, Closed Most Weekends

Our mission at The Dancer's Extension is to encourage healthy and balanced lifestyles through the art of dance. We focus on each individual person to help them reach their health and dance education goals.
The Dancer's Extension, LLC
The Pottery
50 East Main Street, Saluda  |   (828) 713-5719  |   email  |   Visit Website
Hours: Wed-Sat 10-5, Sun 12-4

Handcrafted stoneware pottery, functional pieces from cups and plates to garden urns and tiles.