Below is a list of artists who live and create in Clarksville. Click the Clarksville link (left) to download a map and list of participants in the upcoming 50 Miles of Art Studios and Galleries
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The Great River Road Pottery
and Wood Shop
Bud and Erin Garrison
Traditional stoneware pottery and cottage furniture.
107 South First St.
Simpatico an Art Gallery Co-op
A selection of lampworked beads, purposeful pottery, hand painted and dyed silks, botanical jewelry, fused and stained glass, watercolor, collage, nature photography and custom silverwork from Best of Missouri Hands. Niche Magazine 2007 Top Retailer Award nominee for Best New Store.
105C South First St.
Bent Tree Gallery
John, Marcia and Stacy Whitt
Rustic furnishings and accents, baskets and fiber art. –One of a kind leather handbags and belts, handmade note cards. Niche Magazine 2006 Top Retailer Award nominee.
102 South Second St.
Raintree Arts Council
The Apple Shed
Community arts agency facility featuring art exhibits by regional artists, concerts, and theatre productions.
709 Hwy 79 South
(573) 324-3668 or (877) 858-7260
The Windsor Chair Shop
Ralph and Caron Quick
Handmade 18th century traditional Windsor Chairs, candle boxes, spoon racks and other colonial items. Early American Life Magazine Top 200 Traditional Craftsman since 2004.
107 North First St.
M&M Greenwell Fine
Mike and Margie Greenwell
Master cabinetmakers designing and making furniture for three generations. Custom furniture, lathe work, mouldings and millwork, antique repair and replacement parts, carving
and repair carving.
110 S. Second St.
Bee Naturals -
Soaps, oils, bath salts, potpourri and candles.
103 North First St.
Andrew Meyer, Gary and Judy Rice, and Lance Stroheker
Exquisite hand blown glass, fused glass, glass jewelry, and etched glass. Glass blowing demonstrations in
118 Howard St.
Links to Other Sites...City of Clarksville -- Hannibal Visitors & Convention Bureau -- Louisiana Chamber of Commerce
Hannibal Arts Council -- Missouri Division of Tourism -- Pike County Development
Louisiana Mayor’s Office of Economic Development -- Raintree Arts Council
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