All Places in Woodlawn

  • Robert Beecher

    A North Carolina native, Mr. Beecher relocated to Austinville, VA, in 2013.  He has worked with scrollsaws since 1998 and creates quite a lot of different types of craft items.  He also is happy to do custom work.

  • Paulette Smith

    Paulette Smith resides at 12 Alexis Court, Durham, North Carolina.  Paulette enjoys sewing, crafts, and working in her gardens.  She has been sewing for fifty-five years.  Her items are on display for sale in the Carroll County Tourism Gift Shop located  at 239 Farmers’ Market Drive, Hillsville,Virginia.

  • Bonnie L. Turner

    I have been doing corn shuck wreaths and arrangements for 40 years.  I have written six novels.  I have been active in local festivals for two years now, and I have had my books and products in several locations in Virginia and North Carolina.  They are also listed on Amazon.

  • Darcy Meeker

    All my work is about flowing line, texture, opaque vs. translucent, and figure-ground play.  Whatever medium I’m working with usually asks you to touch it.  It’s all about curves and texture, light and shadow.  I’m only interested in work that conveys that kind of sensuous pull. My translucent alabaster sculptures Read more [...]

  • Pat DeBlasio

    Pat DeBlasio was born in Elk Creek, Virginia.  After marriage, she and her husband relocated to the Hampton Roads area.  In 1979, they moved to Chesterfield County, Virginia, where she still resides.  Her sisters, Charlotte Pollard and Lola Bryant live in Galax, Virginia.