Truly one of the largest artisan communities in Southwest Virginia,
Floyd connects you to an eclectic collection of talented artisans- From Appalachian quilts to modern carvings, ceramics, and fine arts -
Check out some of Floyd's finest below - old favorites AND talented youngins
Andrea Denniston Ceramics
Andrea is a potter working in Floyd, VA where she creates pottery designed for daily use in the home. My color pallet is bright, with translucent blues, shades of chartreuse green, and spots of yellow and red. I use a porcelain clay body that I fire in an electric kiln. With my pottery I hope to add a little pomp to daily life!
Anne Vaughan Designs
Unique layered gemstone jewelry collections, including necklaces, bracelets and earrings handcrafted in Floyd, Virginia and sold internationally.
Artemis was founded 43 years ago as a feminist art and literary journal. The Artemis interpretation of “feminist” is not one of exclusion but one that prioritizes the inclusion of women in all avenues of life and leadership. Artemis publishes female and male, established and new artists and writers from the Appalachian region of the Blue Ridge Mountains and beyond. Founder and Editor, Jeri Rogers, Floyd resident and owner of Artemis Journal publishing company. Artemis is a charitable organization and donates 10% of their profits to a women's shelter in SW Virginia.
Ayurvedaposters illustrates Yoga, Ayurveda, Astrology, Herbology and Meridian point diagrams in the form of posters, charts, and power point presentations.
Blue Heron Pottery
My lace impressed pottery is unique and made solely by me, Jayn Avery. All the work is functional, food and dishwasher safe.
Blue Ridge Alchemy
Glass blowing studio / gallery that features hand made glass works and local artist working in wood, clay, and precious metals.
Daley Glassworks & Metalworks
Daley Glassworks a custom glass studio with over 30 years' experience specializing in custom blown and molded glass pieces. We create original hand-sculpted art glass elements, hand-blown designs and replications, and unique short run restoration glass specific to the needs of the client.
Daley Metalworks is a full service machine and custom metal fabrication shop. From private homeowners or interior designers looking for decorative metal work to architectural elements for large commercial projects, our services can be tailored for your creative project.
Filamina Jewelry, LLC
Paintings and sculptures with a variety of media using recycled paper, repurposed saw-blades, and more. Unique art pieces and various styles of pop-art and traditional with bold colors.
Green Label Organic
Green Label features Organic Cotton T-shirts and tops for men, women and children.
Hona Leigh Ceramics
I am a functional ceramics artist living and working in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Floyd County Virginia. My work is Porcelain, mostly wheel thrown and it is Oven, Dishwasher, and Microwave safe.
Images de Corinne
Images de Corinne offers postcard calendars and note cards with free shipping in the US. Photographs, edited in different ways, from Weathertop Farm in Floyd County and around the world sharing my motto- build a cairn, share beauty, live and love deeply!
Linda Rae Russo
Paintings, ceramic tiles, prints, painted canvas rugs. I am blessed to be doing the work I love and to be surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains and by Nature.
Oak Hill Organics
Welcome Home~ Essential Oil & Greenery Gift and Supply Shop ~ Vibes, Naturally
Handcrafted one-of-a-kind furniture using local hardwoods and slabs we mill ourselves. Beds, slab stools, tables, mirrors, hook/towel boards, cutting boards, and much more.
Poor Farm Pottery
Wheel thrown and ash glazed stoneware pottery, handmade for food presentation and enjoyment.
I make functional pottery out of a proto-porcelain that I’ve designed and made in the studio. I incorporate local raw materials which creates a unique chemistry between myself, clay, and glaze, be it wood ash from the fireplace or rock dust from the quarry.
Shamvara gift shop features beautiful handmade meditation cushions, jewelry, elf hats, and more. We are Elisha Reygle and family, having fun creating whatever we want, as long as it's high quality and colorfully exquisite.
Starroot Art & Music
Starroot is a visionary folk artist, painting colorful art with animals playing music and other happy scenes. Her work is in the collection of the American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore.
Still Waters Studio
Still Waters offers Natural Energetic Healing, Reiki Certifications, Stone Medicine, Customized Natural Stone & Metal Jewelry that is made using Metal Working & Stone Setting techniques. If you feel your heart calling your soul & divine essence to come home, Still Waters Studio may be the perfect opportunity to begin exploring Earth Based Medicine.
The Razor Rock
The razor rock is a product specially developed to let you hone and micropolish any Edge to surgical sharpness in seconds! Due to its revolutionary new design and approach to sharpening it performs even better with age and is capable of thousands and thousands of uses and performs even better with use.
Thistle Hill Botanicals
For many years now Thistle Hill Botanicals has been making our popular ALL natural deodorant that really works. Now we are pleased to be also offer many unique items from other small makers, mostly Made in USA.
Two Bear Mountain
Handcrafted in Virginia, goat milk soap, shea butter lotion, & essential oil soaps!!
Weeping Willow Farm
We are a small family dairy goat farm happily farmcrafting natural soaps, lotions, and many other skin-nourishing products using our own goat milk, herb infused oils & butters, and local beeswax. We love what we do and love to share that passion with our community!
Natural jewelry from the Blue Ridge Mountains. I forage for tree fungi in a healthy and fresh state which become stable when picked, and fashion into earrings, necklaces, etc.
Wood Turning by Jim Grant
Jim Grant has been turning foraged wood pieces and burls into vases, bowls and other various containers for 15 years. Because the materials are foraged rather than hand-selected, Jim works with a number of wood varieties including maple, black walnut and elm. However, his favorite is cherry wood for its sweet smell on the lathe.
While he most often lets the wood tell him what it wants to be, Jim also does one-of-a-kind commission pieces on request.
I create functional porcelain pieces. All work begins on the wheel and is altered by hand. Work is microwave, dishwasher and oven safe. All my work is made from high-fired porcelain clay and fired in an electric kiln to cone 10 (~2350F). I infuse my work with a sense of movement; the soft stroke of the hand giving comfort and thanks through use. My pots will engage the user visually and tactilely through the daily rituals of serving, preparing, and sharing food.