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North Georgia Area Art Galleries

Recognized as one of the top 5 art towns in America by “Good Morning America”, one of the top ten fine craft towns in America by American Craft Week, and one of the top 5 art towns in Georgia by the Georgia Council for the Arts and the Georgia Municipal Association, Blue Ridge is a destination that beckons to the creative traveler.

Beyond the prominent local galleries recommended below, true art lovers flock to Blue Ridge for our legendary art festivals. Every year in September, the Fall Plein Air Event welcomes plein air artists to capture the natural beauty of autumn in Blue Ridge. The annual Arts in the Park festival series in Downtown City Park hosts more than 170 artists, exhibitors, and vendors offering fine arts and crafts demonstrations, food, and family-friendly entertainment in the spring and fall.

Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association

420 West Main Street

Blue Ridge GA 30513


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The Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association and Art Center is the epicenter of arts and culture in Blue Ridge, Georgia. Home to the non-profit Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association, the Art Center hosts more than 35 rotating exhibits and events each year, providing valuable multi-cultural exposure and education to both residents and visitors alike in the areas of literary, visual, musical arts, and more. Enjoy classes with local artists, family-friendly events, or take a stroll down the nation's only Trout Art Trail. Paying homage to Blue Ridge's title as the Trout Capital of Georgia, the Trout Art Trail features uniquely crafted trout artworks - available for purchase.

Multitudes Gallery

723 East Main St.

Blue Ridge, GA 30513


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Multitudes Gallery in Blue Ridge specializes in the art of hand-blown glass. Representing the works of more than 75 nationally and internationally known artists, including regional artists' creations in jewelry, ceramics, iron work, photography, woodworking and painting. New items depicting North Georgia's unique mountain culture are acquired regularly.

Turning Leaf - A Fine Art Gallery

651 East Main Street

Blue Ridge, GA 30513


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A fine art gallery featuring the works of more than 50 local, regional and national artists, Turning Leaf showcases masterpieces spanning almost every medium in the creative realm. Find assorted styles of paintings, pottery, sculptures, metal art, dolls, baskets, jewelry, photography, and so much more for both functional and decorative use. New works of art arriving daily, and custom orders are welcome!

High Country Art and Antique

715 E. Main Street

Blue Ridge , GA 30513


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If eclectic art is your thing, High Country Art and Antique in the heart of historic downtown Blue Ridge is sure to have something that speaks to you. Showcasing a broad mix of traditional and impressionist fine art, folk art, photography, pottery, jewelry, sculptures, antiques, and collectibles, High Country Art & Antique was established in 1997.

Fishbone Gallery

723 E. Main St.

Blue Ridge, GA 30513


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Fishbone Gallery features the original works of noted ceramicist Betty Wassmer. Wassmer's style incorporates roosters, birds, chickens, owls, flowers and other Southern folksy elements in the design of one-of-a-kind art platters, dinnerware, face jugs, and more.


524 E. Main Street

Blue Ridge, GA 30513


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One of the newer Blue Ridge galleries (opened in 2013), Pezrok pays tribute to the creative aspects of minerals and gems. Specializing in "nature’s artistry", Pezrock celebrates the natural treasures of the earth through the design and creation of home furnishings and decor made of carved driftwood, petrified wood, teak, and more.

High Country Framing, Inc.

491 E. Main St.

Blue Ridge, GA 30513


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For more than a decade, Mike and Christie White have aimed to provide the highest quality custom framing at a fair price at High Country Framing. The gallery also features a large selection of original works and high-quality reproductions from local artists, as well as an assortment of framed local maps and mirrors.

For fans of culture and the arts in all forms, Blue Ridge, Georgia is brimming with possibilities. Check out the drama of the Blue Ridge Community Theater, the picturesque beauty of the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway, the culinary designs of the restaurants and craft breweries, and the natural allure of our parks and mountains. Beauty may be in the eye of the beholder, but here in Blue Ridge, beauty is everywhere.