Rhen.Ovations Studio

High Point, North Carolina is well known for home design and unique decor, but have you heard of Rhen.Ovations located in the heart of Downtown High Point?

Rhen.Ovations Studio is a creative art and design studio. . Founded by Sheena Dawkins, this studio focuses on art, décor, design, and social engagement. Sheena works to introduce a bit of bohemian eclectic in all of her projects. Sheena craves a design challenge and opportunities to show off her ever-evolving style in each unique project.

Shop their exclusive art, handmade products, and unique designs online or visit the studio. Join one of their workshops and events, collaborate with them on your project, and much more.

Haand Pottery

Thoughtful storytellers bridging the past and future with expert craftsmanship.

Always an artist and tinkerer, Mark attended the Penland School of Crafts on a two-year fellowship after college. There he was exposed to a variety of media and learned from the excellent teachers, mentors and highly skilled craftspeople at Penland and in the surrounding community of the Blue Ridge Mountains. He was introduced to ceramics and slip casting while in a class taught by Tom Spleth.

Chris, who had been a potter since high school, went on to study business and accounting in college and graduate school, eventually working for a large corporate accounting firm but continued to pursue his love of pottery.

Alamance Arts

Through adaptive restoration, Alamance Arts Council has turned the 1871 Queen Anne style mansion into an art gallery and a home office for Alamance Arts. The Sister Galleries features changing exhibits of artists of local, regional and national acclaim and includes Picasso’s Gift Shop showcasing gifts and crafts by North Carolina Artisans. The house offers formal reception rooms and a garden, as well as meeting space available for rental to private individuals, civic, and corporate functions.

Alamance Arts is committed to shaping the cultural identity of Alamance County by making art a tangible presence in the lives of Alamance County citizens. They strive to enhance the quality of life by engaging people in a diverse array of art through the delivery of programming and education and through the provision of facilities, advocacy, promotion and funding.

Seagrove, The Pottery Capital Of The U.S.

Seagrove hosts the nation’s largest community of working potters—individuals of national and international reputation. Some families trace their craft bloodlines through nine generations of potters.

Tour and meet 70-plus working potters at work. Studios dot the countryside, tucked among barns, cattle fields, and country gas stations.  November’s Celebration of Seagrove Potters brings together roughly 70 artisans exhibiting everything from tableware to high-end works of art at the Historic Luck’s Cannery. The Celebration of Spring, held annually in April, features more than 65 potters and includes a pottery sale, special events, studios tours, and demonstrations. For the ultimate immersion, stay overnight at one of Seagrove’s bed and breakfast inns: Seagrove Stoneware Inn and Duck Smith House.


Inspired by the blending of art and science, Kaleideum is a perfect representation of a timeless space where children and adults can explore immersive exhibits that inspire wonder, curiosity, and lifelong learning outside the boundaries of a formal classroom. The name was inspired by the free choice learning experience of playing with a kaleidoscope.

By climbing the Beanstalk, exploring constellations in the Planetarium, creating a story in the Enchanted Forest, or discovering the forces of motion in our wind tunnel, Kaleideum is a place of constant change and challenges. Multifaceted, open-ended experiences prompt children to test theories, seek answers to questions, think critically, and explore at
their own pace — all skills that are necessary for their success in a world that constantly changes and continually surprises, yet remains wondrous for all ages.

Bob Timberlake Gallery & Museum

Bob Timberlake is an internationally acclaimed realist painter and designer who makes his home in Lexington, North Carolina. 

Visit the Gallery and experience a uniquely crafted building – home to the fine art work of NC’s most recognized living artist, Bob Timberlake. The Bob Timberlake Gallery & Museum showcases the Timberlake furniture line, inspired by 18th century artisans, an extensive collection of original paintings, limited edition reproductions, and collections featuring historical, artistic, and cultural artifacts.

Nestled in the heart of North Carolina’s Piedmont region, The Bob Timberlake Gallery invites visitors to step into the artist’s life and immerse themselves in his world.  Special events are held throughout the year featuring Bob and other North Carolina artisans.

The Art Gallery at Congdon Yards

The Art Gallery at Congdon Yards (TAG) provides provides quality visual art exhibits and educational experiences for the enrichment of the total community. Throughout the year, TAG plans and implements approximately 15-20 exhibitions featuring solo and group shows. Exhibitions are free and open to the public.

TAG is located in a 10,000-square-foot space in Congdon Yards, on the ground floor of the Factory Building. Half of the footage is dedicated to the gallery and exhibition space, with the other half dedicated to classrooms.