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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Gallery Exhibitions

Are We There Yet?

Are We There Yet? An exhibition about travel, destination and place is our themed exhibition for the summer. It is open June 3rd through July 30th. All items are available for purchase in store or online! Click here to shop and here to flip through our exhibition catalog! This exhibition challenged participating Exhibiting Artist Members to create a new piece of work based on the theme of travel, destination, and place. We are proud to present work by: Clay: Aleta Chandler, Douglas Bringle, Jan Richardson, Mary Gunyuzlu, Penny Truitt. Fiber: Ann Harwell, Kami Watson, Lisa LeMair, Sharron Parker, Susan Webb Lee. Glass: Betti Pettinotti Longinotti. Jewelry: Ali Wieboldt, Christina Lemon, Erica Bailey, Kathy King, Lisa LeMair, Lonni Hopkins, Lucinda Brogden, […]

06/03/22 - 07/30/22

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Art and craft education enrich our community. We champion fine craft & art education. We invite you to engage with our artists.

Unlike traditional non-profits, we strive to build a timeless bond with the community through membership, education and exhibitions.

Quality Fine Crafts!
Building Community!
Enriching Lives!


Innovate, Inspire and Ignite Creativity

As a non-profit arts organization, Piedmont Craftsmen relies on support from those who appreciate fine craft.


Are We There Yet?


Evan Berding’s Wicker Wellborn Chair