About Us

Welcome to High Country Art and Antique, a charming, eclectic North Georgia art gallery in the heart of historic downtown Blue Ridge.  Situated on the southern end of the Blue Ridge Mountains, just an hour and a half north of Atlanta, we offer an excellent selection of traditional and impressionist fine art, folk art, photography, ceramics, pottery, jewelry, sculptures, antiques and collectibles.  Whether you’re looking for fine oil paintings, acrylics, pastels, or a unique piece of pottery, sculpture or jewelry, most likely we have something you’ll like (and, our folk art is guaranteed to make you smile).  Please take your time to enjoy our web site and come back often as we are adding art to the site almost every week.
 
High Country Art & Antique was established in 1997, and some of our popular local & regional artists are:  Wen Ze Chen, Clifford Bailey, Carol Christie, C.W. Conner, Louis Mason, Mark Gould, Lisa Moore, Sherry Cook, Yuan Rong Zhou, Ann DerGara, Ken Umbach, Bill Suttles, Tres Taylor, Patti Rice Blohm, Nicole Merkens, Laura Bowman, Carolyn Schretzmann-Jebaily, Jerry Pruitt, Betty Wassmer, Kim Swanson, Sara Jacobs Chambers, Katy DeMent, Susan Proctor, Tom & Judy Touchstone, Marilyn Sparks, Suzanne Roy, Tina Kirk, Alissa Cummo, Kathy Meliopoulos, Karen Margulis, Patrick Taylor, Bill Birdsong, Susan Proctor, and Regina Hines.
 
We hope you’ll come visit us in person soon, and enjoy all the wonderful things to do in the north Georgia Mountains. We have something for everyone in Blue Ridge.  From outdoor activities such as fly-fishing, river rafting, hiking, horseback riding, and golfing, to more leisurely fare such as riding the train, browsing in the galleries & boutiques, watching a movie under the stars at the Swan Drive-In, catching a live performance at The Blue Ridge Community Theater, touring the historic Blue Ridge Mountains Art Assn. building, or just enjoying a glass of wine and a delicious meal at one of our many restaurants.  

 

So, come and rent a cozy room or a cabin for a night, or a week, and take a step back in time.  It’s an easy place to visit, but a difficult place to leave. We’re just a few miles from the City, but a world away.  Check out our links page for accommodations and activities in the area.

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