Landscape oil painting by Asheville artist Bryan Koontz titled Swannanoa Valley from Tanbark Ridge.

From the Studio: Bryan Koontz

Asheville artist Bryan Koontz can date his ancestry in Western North Carolina back to the late 1700s. His deep appreciation for mountain culture, heritage, and scenery is evident in his work, which he paints in a realistic style similar to that of the mid-to-late 19th century American landscape painters.

Fine furniture table and chairs by Asheville woodworker Andrew Stack.

From the Studio: Andrew Stack

Based in Asheville, North Carolina, fine furniture maker Andrew Stack is inspired by Danish modern design. He says his work is driven by function, and he practices sustainability through sourcing wood native to the region and using environmentally responsible finishes.

Landscape oil painting titled The Autumn Gothic by Shawn Krueger.

From the Studio: Shawn Krueger

Shawn Krueger's approach to painting is rooted in the American Arts & Crafts and Tonalist traditions – both based on love and respect for nature, hand-craftsmanship, and good design.

Blackbeard pirate cup handmade by Hog Hill Pottery in North Carolina.

From the Studio: Hog Hill Pottery

Hog Hill Pottery, the studio of husband-and-wife team John and Scottie Post, is located in Catawba County, North Carolina, the western part of the state in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. John and Scottie are best-known for their stoneware pottery inspired by the motifs of the Arts and Crafts movement, but they also offer a line of artisan-crafted pirate cups - a customer favorite here at Grovewood Gallery.