Qualla Arts and Crafts Open Air Indian Market showcases traditional, hand-made Cherokee arts and crafts. Free to public.
Fred Wilnoty was an exceptional Cherokee carver of stone, wood and sometimes bone.
These sturdy baskets are made from split oak trees and hand-dyed with walnuts, berries and roots.
Traditional rivercane baskets both single weave and double weave, and used in the home for storage.
Honeysuckle baskets are intricately woven from honeysuckle vines found in nature around Cherokee, NC.
The Cherokee’s love for wood and stone carving was born out of necessity. Today, carvings are pure art.