Learn About Regional Artists and Bring Their Work into Your Lives
Imagine creating the spaces where you live and work using original art and craft made by the acclaimed artists of Western North Carolina. Let Artistree introduce you to these artists and their work. Learn about the extraordinary selection of architectural and decorative designs available to help you create your own work of art; and define, enrich, and transform where you live and work with:
- Clay and ceramic art sinks and tiles, knobs and handles, tableware, wall sculptures, lamps/lighting, . . .
- Wall hangings, window coverings, pillows, baskets, quilts, table linens and other fiber art to add softness and color . . .
- Hand blown and fused glass lighting fixtures, glassware, stained glass windows, sculptures and accessories to create your own style . . .
- One of kind, hand forged metal railings, gates, fireplace screens and andirons, lighting fixtures, furniture, hardware, and shelving . . . and
- built-in cabinetry, mantles, furniture, and accessories using a wide array of natural hardwoods.
Artistree Home Shows in 2010, featured over 40 local artists in room vignettes that included handmade furniture, pottery, glass, textiles, and more. These events were intended to highlight artists in the Western North Carolina mountain counties. Artistree provided guided van tours to artists’ studios and featured galleries.
Artistreenc.com Jane Willig is available for corporate and residential work. She will:
- collaborate with architects and builders, during the design and building phases, to suggest architectural and design elements and later work with interior designers and home and business owners to illustrate the potential of using other functional and decorative local fine art and craft;
- provide tours to local studios and galleries to select and purchase original works;
- collaborate with artists to customize site-specific work; and
- coordinate the installation of art in you home and business.
Jane Willig has 17 years experience in the arts communities of Western North Carolina and has built relationships with the artists, learned their stories and has a deeper knowledge of their techniques and processes.
(828) 675-9158 office or (828) 284-3827 cell
P.O. Box 419, Micaville, NC 28755