In 1963 a group of friends and acquaintances gathered around a kitchen table to discuss their love of crafts. From that first conversation came Piedmont Craftsmen – a guild of crafts artists and crafts collectors whose devotion to the handmade object and ties to the heritage of craft work in the region have spanned several generations. The guild has expanded its mission, over its 50+ year history. Click the button below to read more about our history!

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Organic Deco

An exhibition by artist members Tavia Brown and Annie Grimes Williams in metal and jewelry. August 5th-27th. Organic: Taking cues from nature, organic design uses shapes that are irregular and imperfect, and which are often curved, flowing and unpredictable. This design aesthetic also uses textures that reflect or mimic elements found in the natural world. Art Deco: Art Deco was the predominant decorative art style of the 1920s and 30s. It was characterized by geometric shapes or stylized natural forms, bold outlines, and often strong colors. Juxtaposing two different aesthetics Tavia Brown and Annie Grimes Williams use the lines and design elements of art deco and pair them with organic surface textures, colors and shapes. For this collaborative show, Annie […]

08/05/22 - 08/27/22

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Organic Deco


Evan Berding’s Wicker Wellborn Chair