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Red Wolf Gallery
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The reintroduction of the red wolf to the wild provides inspiration for the name of Red Wolf Gallery in downtown Brevard. Red wolves are social animals and, in that spirit, Ann DerGara and her husband curate a collection of work from more than 25 of their regionally and nationally known artist and craftsman friends. Ann is an internationally known printmaker and painter herself. Her career in art introduced her to a network of artists whose work comes together in the Red Wolf Gallery.

Visitors to the gallery will find sculpture, basketry, ceramics, drawings, paintings, jewelry, turned burl wood bowls, dulcimers, and original prints. Displays of art merge form and style and create impressive visuals. The historic building features high ceilings and hardwood floors that frame art and craft from large paintings to pottery, to jewelry. Large front windows let in plenty of natural light for an excellent viewing and shopping experience.

Monday-Saturday 10 am–5 pm, Sunday 1-5 pm

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