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Seven Sisters Craft Gallery
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Seven Sisters Craft Galley first opened its doors in 1981 showcasing handcrafted, American-made arts and crafts. Today, the gallery continues that legacy, presenting high level craft in downtown Black Mountain. Owner Andrea McNair is a life-long lover of art and craft. She started working at Seven Sisters in 1995, and in 2002, she had the opportunity to purchase the business. Andrea enjoys making some of America’s finest arts and crafts available to her customers.

The gallery occupies a 4,000 square foot historic building. The large front windows provide plenty of natural light and panoramic views of the surrounding mountains. Located within walking distance of all that downtown Black Mountain has to offer, Seven Sisters has something for everyone.

Visitors to Seven Sisters Craft Gallery can browse pottery, fine art, woodwork, glass work, metal work, cards, bath and body, and an extensive collection of jewelry. Most artists represented in the gallery are from North Carolina and the surrounding region.

Open Monday – Saturday 10 am – 6 pm, Sunday 12 – 5 pm

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