Visit artisan’s studios…participate in the process, delight in their story, savor the materials. Stop in a winery/brewery/cidery...sip and enjoy. Mosey on into an art/craft venue…enrich your soul. Take pause at an agri-artisan farm…pet an animal, discover where craft begins. Drop anchor at a cultural site…revel in regional history and customs. Feast at unique culinary eateries ...meet the artisan chef, taste the flavors of the region. Finish the day at a B&B or quaint country inn...relax, revive.....wake up and do it again!
Let those you visit know you are on the Artisan Trail Network or trail by its name. CLICK HERE TO FIND A TRAIL
The Artisans Center of Virginia's “Artisan Trail Network” connects visitors to Virginia’s artisan and artist studios, galleries, craft venues, museums, festivals and agri-artisans (farms, waterman experiences, markets, vineyards, breweries, etc.) as well as local restaurants, lodging & cultural points of interst all across the commonwealth. .
Create a journey of discovery as you plan your unique Virginia adventure on the Artisan Trail Network!
Expand your creative and agri-artisan business endeavors by attending Invoking Art as Business Workshops & Seminars.
ACV Studio School Locations:
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Attend the ACV Statewide Artisan Conference, March 16-18 2015
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ACV affiliates feature Virginia artisans who are widely accomplished and distinguished at creating fine craft… the best in their field!
Discover the joy of owning hand-crafted, functional pieces, heritage craft items, unique collectibles and wear-ables of the highest quality made by a Virginia craft artisan.
"Magical one of a kind clay sculptures depicting nature spirits, faeries and animals enhanced with found natural objects."
O Shenandoah County Artisan Trail Artisan Studios Ceramics: Sculptural,
"I make unusual furniture: elegant, beautiful, and superbly built."
Wood: Functional Accessories (non-wearable); Furniture,
"My work has been greatly influenced by my love of nature and of primitive pottery."
"What I love about creating functional pottery is the idea that the viewer gets to have a unique relationship with a piece of art"
O Shenandoah County Artisan Trail Artisan Studios Ceramics: