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Where to Shop in Georgia's Blue Ridge
Galleries, specialty shops, antiques, small town atmosphere and friendly people.
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Fine art galleries in the area include High Country Art and Antiques, Multitudes, Fishbone Studios, and Turning Leaf Wood Art, in downtown Blue Ridge, in addition to galleries at The Art Center on West Main.
Crafted in Blue Ridge
Artist Rip Mann at Christmas is Here in Copperhill, has examples of his hand honed bowls in the Smithsonian Museum and the White House. Internationally recognized craftman Bill Oyster, of Oyster Fine Bamboo Fly Rods, has created handcrafted bamboo fly rods for Presidents and for buyers across the globe. Oyster Bamboo's flyrod crafting classes are sold out months in advance. Creative entrepreneur Lynn Kemp, owner of Gawdy Bobbles/Canoe, has also achieved international success with her lines of handcrafted jewelry and canvas bags.
Antiques & Uniques
If you are looking for a really fun shopping adventure, check out our Antique & Thrift Store Self-Guided Tour featuring 32 local favorites to explore along a winding trail from Blue Ridge to McCaysville. Click 2015 Shopping Guide. here to download the free printable guide.
Homemade in Blue Ridge
Don't forget to take home something delicious made or grown in Blue Ridge. The Sweet Shoppe of Blue Ridge was winner of Food Network's "Cupcake Wars" in 2014, and their cupcakes and handmade candies are incredible. Mercier Orchards, grows 30 varieties of apples and makes delicious fried pies, apple cider doughnuts and apple bread from scratch. Take home some pickled okra, hot pepper jelly, locally smoked trout or sourwood honey. Buy some homegrown vegetables from a the Blue Ridge Farmer's Market every Saturday in downtown Blue Ridge.
2015 Shopping Guide