Arts and Crafts
Jackson County Artists
Jackson County boasts a long history of artists of diverse genres. One can find brilliant imagination in works of 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional design, as well as the literary efforts of essayists, novelists, and poets. Jackson County has produced painters, sculptures, woodworkers, metalworkers, photographers, and artists of unique and unexpected mediums. Many artists draw inspiration from their experience in rural Appalachia. Some of the most moving and ingenious art is produced by artists who remain virtually unknown and unrecognized in these wooded hills.
If you are a local artisans and would like your wares listed here or showcased at the Bighill Welcome Ctr, please contact the Bighill Welcome Ctr at email@example.com or 606-965-2485.
Local crafts can also be found at the Stringbean Bluegrass Festival in mid June.
1549 Rice Hill School Rd.
McKee, KY 40447
My name is Jason. I have always had an interest in making things that look nice and are functional. I have been doing leather carving for a few years now, everything I make is hand tooled and stitched. It pleases me greatly to see someone using or wearing something I’ve made. I can make personalized items also.
Sand Gap, KY
Farm Girl Fancies
I am a teaching fiber artists. I love to create unique pieces of quilted wall art. I can create that special piece for you! My husband, Doug, and I live on our farm, Buena Vista Ridge Farm. We have Icelandic horses and enjoy trail riding.
1845 Azbill Rd
Sticks and Stuff by Laverne
•Tobacco stick flags
Laverne Lakes Jarvis
Phone 606-965-2268 or 859-582-3088
651 Pigeon Roost Rd. Annville, ky. 40402. Open by appointment.
606 364 5947 or Vickie Estridge on Facebook.
I have a wide variety of quilts, scarfs, purses and hats. Please call to set up an appointment.
Bettylanes Jams and Jellies
126 oak drive Tyner KY 40486
Homegrown and homemade. We are KY proud
We take old recipes and homegrown fruits and turn it into amazing jams, jellies and butters
We make the usual jams and then we make the unusual ones like persimmon preserves and passion fruit. We r owned by two sisters Agnes Lainy Gumm & Betty Metcalf
We make and sell from our home kitchen One small batch at a time.
We sell from home, at festivals and Farmer's market in Jackson and surrounding counties
Pure Folly Farms
Kay Truett 859-408-8061
We are a small family owned farm/business located in Annville, Ky. We create quality, handmade, goat milk soaps. We use fresh goat milk from our goats, every batch is made from scratch using the finest ingredients. Our soaps can be found throughout the county, including our local farmer's markets. Please contact us for a complete list of these locations.