Gallery NewsBeautiful New Location! Appalachian Gallery has relocated to 270 Walnut Street - the historic "SandCastle" building... NEW BLENKO WATER BOTTLES & DAISY BOWLS!
HURRY IN -- THESE WON'T LAST LONG!
BACK IN STOCK! WV Handcrafted Cutting Boards made with WV woods by Jim Good, including WV-State-shaped boards!
NEW COLLECTION OF WOOD-FIRED POTTERY by Brian VanNostrand -- including rare items such as his mugs, pitcher, blue-green and celadon glazed jars -- quantities are very limited!
STUNNING NEW MANDALA ART by Linda Gribko! Each amazing image is created from a single photograph of WV flora and other natural elements. Framed & unframed prints as well as blank cards are available -- examples of several different mandalas are shown below:
New selection of beautiful hand-turned bowls by David Shough -- made from West Virginia Cherry, Maple and Ash
NEW ITEMS! Beautifully handcrafted purses (with lots of pockets!) by Suzanne Kniceley and fun, colorful clutches (with lots of zippers!) by Tom Milne in a variety of prints and colors! TRUST YOUR SYMBOL OF ACCOMPLISHMENT WITH THE KNOWLEDGEABLE PROFESSIONALS AT APPALACHIAN GALLERY FOR FINE QUALITY CRAFTSMANSHIP AT REASONABLE PRICES.
We have an extensive selection of frame styles and acid-free mat colors, as well as a variety of glass types, including UV glass to protect your document from fading. And you have the peace of mind knowing that our expert framing is done by us right here in our local framing studio!
NEW PHOTOGRAPHS of Morgantown area landmarks by Carol Coffman
Finely Handcrafted Furniture by Peter Cornett of Hacker Valley, WV
Original woodblock prints by Eddie "Spaghetti" Maier
ADORABLE handcrafted soft toys by Kristen Bertha & Penelyn Peterson
We're on a brand new mobile web app
Appalachian Gallery offers the highest quality full line of professional custom framing services for Morgantown and the surrounding area. Additionally, Appalachian Gallery promotes the artistic endeavors of West Virginian artists & craftspeople by providing a beautiful & unique venue for the sale of their works. Finally, Appalachian Gallery promotes the arts in our community through providing educational opportunities for area youth and partnering with local charitable and service organizations in Morgantown by providing goods & services in kind.