Shop for art handmade right here in Southeast Ohio in the Historic Square Arts District! Feeling creative? Many of the shops and galleries offer private lessons or workshops.
The Historic Square Arts District is a quick left off of Rt. 33 in Nelsonville. From the North, take a left off of Rt. 33 at the Rocky Outdoor Gear Store. From the South, take a right at the same spot.
FullBrooks Café offers fair trade organic coffee, specialty espresso drinks, a light lunch and breakfast menu, and delicious desserts.
Nelsonville Pottery & Gifts features pottery made on site, a full line of ceramic supplies, and offers locally made art work.
In collaboration with the popular Final Fridays event on the Historic Square in downtown Nelsonville, local farmers will join the fray from 5pm-8pm every Final Friday from May through October.
Don't miss Southeastern Ohio's premiere quilt shop carrying over 2,000 bolts of fabric. Classes and personal instruction are offered on a regular basis with longarm services available.
Headquartered in Nelsonville, ROCKY® Outdoor Gear is a world leader in rugged outdoor and occupational footwear.
Art enthusiasts will find functional and art pottery, decorative sculpture, beautiful wood boxes, original oil paintings and prints, fine art jewelry and more at our Fine Art Ceramic Gallery.
View unique artwork by local and regional artists in Stuart's Opera House's Gallery 1879.
The Hocking College Student Art Gallery is a unique, cooperative gallery that is exclusively student-run. All of the fine artwork displayed in the gallery is created by up-and-coming student artists.
Hoodlett's is a family owned and operated clothing store featuring women's, men's and youth clothing and accessories.
Majestic Galleries is a contemporary white wall gallery. The gallery is cooperatively run and owned by regional artists with an interest in experimental and challenging contemporary art.
Local photographers, Heather and Jeffrey Morris, provide professional photography for Southeastern Ohio.
Paper Circle is dedicated to the celebration, preservation and advancement of paper and book arts. The 2,400 square foot gallery hosts a variety of programs, workshops and activities and also hosts six gallery shows annually.