Carol and Johnny are back from their adventures in warm and beautiful Puerto Rico! They are energized and ready to dive back into art, trails, building, gardening, and general sustainable living! So come out and see us before the Great Floods next week keep us all inside.
The creek is flowing beautifully and the gallery is full of fabulous art, from functional pottery to kaleidoscopes, books on sustainable living, and paintings.
We will be open all weekends through spring. Watch for the dates of the Spring Wildflower Hikes, our next public event. The set dates for the Hikes are March 30, April 6, and April 13. For more information see the Springtime Wildflower Hikes event page, or the Liquidambar Blog!
But call/contact us for times before coming out. We are here today and will probably be around all weekend, when we expect better weather, with sunshine on Saturday. With all this rain, the creek will be running strongly along the Hemlock Grove Trail.
Walking on our forest trails will relieve that holiday stress and will give the kids a chance to run, yell, and get dirty.
Support your local artists and S.V.I. at the same time! 10% of sales in the Gallery help support the educational programs here.
Call for info on our work, programs, and open hours. We will probably be open from 11am till 4pm on December 21-24, but check first.
Call Carol at: (404) 698-5444.
Patrick Ironwood will be at North Point Mall in Alpharetta, GA this Friday-Sunday, so visit him there to experience his eerie and spectacular art. You will find the perfect gift for that special person.