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Final Days for Wooden Stone Gallery

by | Jan 6, 2021 | Bottom Left Box, Local, Local Businesses, News

The Crawfords – owners of Wooden Stone Gallery – announced the upcoming closing of their gallery.


It is with great deal of sadness that Van, Evalyn, and Drew Crawford announce that Wooden Stone Gallery will be going out of business by the end of February. It has brought us great pleasure since 2005 to work with our amazing artists and bring you handmade fine art that we believe enhanced your life, the lives of your friends and family, and those fortunate enough to receive gifts from our gallery.

We will be having storewide sales starting January 13th

  • Jan 13 – 16    items discounted 20% storewide
  • Jan 20 – 23   items discounted 40% storewide
  • Jan 27-30    everything discounted 60% storewide
  • Feb 3- 6   (including fixtures) make an offer

Some of the consignment artists will be pulling their works out before the sale starts. If you have favorites you should shop soon.

Shopping in January and early February:

  • Open: Wednesday – Saturday, 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Closed: Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays
  • We will consider appointments on Mondays & Tuesdays between the hours: 11:00 to 5:00

A few of the larger items will be sold on a Silent Auction basis during the first 3 weeks of our sales. See a few of these Silent Auction items below:


Leonard B. Marschark 18th Century Federal Style Clock

North Carolina Mountain Artists Metal Leaf Chair

Brian Boggs Sculpted fan-back rocker

Wild Horses Inc Floppy Ear Bunny

BluesWood Southern Belle w/ Delta Mirror


About the Gallery

Since its beginning, Wooden Stone Gallery has grown to represent over 400 artists and craftspeople from the United States and Canada. Over 100 of these Artists are residing in the Carolinas. The Gallery strives to support the efforts of American craftspeople who design and create quality work that is beautiful, durable and unique.

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