Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Woodland Gallery Review

I first visited Woodland Gallery today. I have been wanting to discover a pottery place and Woodland Gallery sort of landed in my lap. I missed a street and accidentally discovered Woodland Gallery. If you like supporting mom and pop businesses, you will love this resourceful store.

After speaking with a very pleasant employee, I discovered that an incredibly talented family runs the store. The father specializes in photography, the mother makes the pottery and teaches classes, and the daughter designs jewelry and art and makes clothing alternations especially bridal gowns. She also creates couture dresses.

Woodland Gallery has pottery pieces, jewelry, art, quilts, and other handmade art. I especially loved the melted bottle serving trays.  You can even bring in your glass bottle and have it melted down into a serving tray.

You can take pottery classes in the studio that is located behind the store. There are classes for children 8 years old and up, teens, and adults.  The studio has 5 potter's wheels.

If you're a mom, they have a mom's night out on the weekdays.  It is $25 per person and the class size is 5 adults.  You can call 348-0060 to schedule an appointment.

You can also take a sewing class too.

 It is located at 126 Powell Drive, Hendersonville, TN 37075.  Their phone number is 615-348-0060. 

Their hours are:

Noon to 6 p.m. Tuesday - Friday and on Saturday from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.  

Please visit their website at www.woodlandgallery.net for further information such as class schedules, costs, directions, etc.

Thank you for stopping by Life in Hendersonville!


  1. Cheri! I had no idea what was behind those closed doors! What a neat-sounding little gallery. I will definitely have to check it out now.
    16 Sassy Street

  2. Check out the new piece (on my blog) that I just completed at Argie's Cottage! It is the French Desk ;)

  3. I can't wait to see it! You're so talented Lisa.