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Website of Appalachian Gallery

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Enter Appalachian Gallery 
to discover a wellspring of 
finely handcrafted works
by West Virginia artists & artisans,
as well as the area’s finest 
professional custom framing 
and comprehensive source of 
information regarding the care 
and preservation of   fine art 
& memorabilia.

 


Gallery News

Beautiful Historic Location! 
Appalachian Gallery's current location is 270 Walnut Street, in the lovely "SandCastle" building...
 
 

The best place for your framing & gift shopping -- 
   Morgantown's Most Beautiful Store!

Parlor_w_patrons.JPGTwo floors of  fine crafts & art from West Virginia

 

WE HAVE WEST VIRGINIA PUZZLES!
Puzzles featuring scenes of WV by photographer Frank Ceravalo
PLUS FOUR NEW IMAGES! ($18.50)Puzzles17.jpg


WV POTTERY handcrafted with local clay!WVmugs_4-17.jpg
 
NOVELS, POETRY & PHOTO BOOKS BY WV AUTHORS:
A Song For WV & Green-Silver And Silent -- by WV Poet Laureate, Mark Harshman
Prickett's Fort -- pictorial history of local landmark by Greg Bray
Alice Saw The Beauty -- new poetry by Mary Lucille DeBerry
West Virginia - A Wider View -- coffee table book of panoramic photographs of WV
Valley At Risk -- new novel by Witness At Hawks Nest author Dwight Harshbarger
Mountains Girls -- often humorous autobiographical work interwoven with historyBooksCollage2014.jpg
 
 
CHILDREN'S BOOKS BY LOCAL AUTHORS -- Cindy Bandy O'Brien's books, Grandma's Jewelry Box,  Can I Do It? Yes, I Can!  and Agitated!; Barbara Myers and granddaughter & co-author Lily Hamilton's books Lily & Nana and Lily Goes to School; and How Many is Lola? by retired teacher & counselor Mike Fike.
(Softcovers $8 - $9.95; Hardcovers $17.95)
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Mission Statement

Appalachian Gallery offers the highest quality full line of professional custom framing services for Morgantown and the surrounding area.  Additionally, Appalachian Gallery promotes the artistic endeavors of West Virginian artists & craftspeople by providing a beautiful & unique venue for the sale of their works. Finally, Appalachian Gallery promotes the arts in our community through providing educational opportunities for area youth and partnering with local charitable and service organizations in Morgantown by providing goods & services in kind.

New App!
We're on a brand new mobile web app

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