Thank you for visiting with us. We hope that you will come and bring your family soon and browse our unique art galleries, spend a day or two touring nearby artists' studios, attend one of our area festivals or art events, do a little birding, bike along our scenic roads, catch some trout, take a day trip or longer to beautiful Roan Mountain, or just relax along our Creek Walk.
You might want to stay longer when you see our good schools, locally owned and operated restaurants, library, competitively priced real estate, and friendly people. Take a look around Bakersville.com, we're pretty sure that you will want to take a look at the Town of Bakersville, North Carolina!
New Exhibits at Crimson Laurel Gallery
On October 4th, Crimson Laurel Gallery in Bakersville, NC will be opening three shows for this month: “Current Work,” by featured artist Lynn Duryea, ceramic professor at Appalachian State; figurative sculptural work entitled “Humanity” by artists Lisa Clague and David Robinson; as well as sculptural and functional work of ceramicists Shadow May and Jerilyn Virden.
These three outstanding shows will feature significant collections of work both sculptural and functional with many of the pieces made especially for these exhibitions.
“What I Know,” an exhibit of work by by Dana Moore opens on September 4th and runs through November 14th, with an artist's reception on October 4th, from 5 - 8pm.
Mica, a cooperative gallery of fine craft, is located at 37 N.
Mitchell, in downtown Bakersville. Gallery hours are 10 am - 5:00 pm. Monday through Saturday. Sunday hours
are 12 noon-5:00 pm.For more info, visit www.micagallerync.com or follow Mica on Facebook at www.facebook.com/micagallerync, or phone 828-688-6422.
Visit Anita's Art Gallery
Anita Connelly would like to invite you to stop by the Bakersville Emporium and Anita's Art Gallery in downtown Bakersville. New work, including Robbie Bell's new "Zinnia Garden" series, and a wonderful selection of bluebird and wren houses, are just a few of the surprises that are currently being showcased.