Gatlinburg Art Galleries
For proof of the Smoky Mountains’ inspirational power, look no further than the exquisite Smoky Mountain paintings, sculptures and mixed-media pieces found in Gatlinburg art galleries. Shop for imaginative works by local artists, and take home perspectives of the Smoky Mountain region that no photograph can capture.
The eight-mile Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Loop is a prime outlet for the area’s finest art pieces–from Smoky Mountain paintings to locally-made pottery, woodcarvings and other handmade crafts. For a full list of Gatlinburg art galleries, see the listings below.
438 Bebb Road Gatlinburg, TN 37738- (865) 436-5647
Unique fine art gallery featuring work by Gatlinburg native Terri Waters. Original watercolors, oils, Giclees and prints of the Smoky Mountain landscape. Located in the Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community.Learn More
795 Buckhorn Road Gatlinburg, TN 37738- (865) 436-3639
Original watercolours and prints by Tennessee artist G. Webb and daughter Cami Monét Miller. Regional books, jams, local roastery coffee, candles, jewelry, unique gifts. Located in a 1910 home place.Learn More
170 Glades Road Suite 21 & 22 Gatlinburg, TN 37738 (865) 430-0923
The Gallery at Gatlinburg features the oil paintings of Iva Prince, pottery including Wildchild Clayworks, Raku, also Metal art, beautiful prints, wood carvings by Copus along with other local art.Learn More
170 Glades Rd Suite 5 Gatlinburg, TN 37738 (865) 436-2363
Using vibrant watercolors, Jann depicts the quilts of the mountain settlers and carries the quilt theme through her “College Towns/States”. Also, home of “Gussie Mae” & “Bootsie” art items.Learn More
668 Glades Road Gatlinburg, TN 37738- (865) 436-6921
Since 1933. Historic building featuring local art & fine crafts: contemporary & traditional handwoven linens, pottery, glass, baskets, gourds, marbling, paintings, wearable art, turned wood, classes, special events & demonstrations.Learn More
1003 Glades Road Gatlinburg, TN 37738- (865) 436-8445 Toll Free: 800-567-3220
Real mountain pioneers, moonshiners, quilters and more are captured in Award Winning Art, prints, originals, landscape photos, crafts, jellies and storytelling-“Paul Murray's greatest detail is emotion". 2.5 miles on Glades Road from highway 321 Parkway.Learn More