(This business is no longer located downtown Sevierville).
If you are interested in opening a business in downtown Sevierville then I recommend that you make haste because spaces are filling up quickly—which is great news! Several art galleries and a restaurant are taking shape. I visited an art space last Friday after the farmer’s market and can’t wait to go back. Let me take you to Charlotte’s Creative on Bruce Street.
I saw mention of Charlotte’s Creative grand opening on Facebook so I knew that I could nt miss it. It is almost across from Sims Barber Shop on Bruce Street. It is very near the Sevier County Heritage Museum. Here is a link to her Facebook page.
Charlotte’s Creative is beautiful inside! The front section is like a combination shop/gallery. Love the rugs! Everything is arranged beautifully!
Artist, Charlotte Wear, and a friend, are ready for the grand opening event on Bruce Street.
Books for sale by a local author.
The violins are beckoning!
Charlotte Wear has taken classes from the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, as well as the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. The artist has finally created her dream space in downtown Sevierville. In this space, there will be a shop, a teaching area, a working area, and maybe a performance area. She will teach classes with diverse kinds of media. Her goal is to teach at least classes 3 days a week using metal, glass, textiles, or clay, and more. My friend and I are trying to decide which class to take first.
Paige McClure attending the grand opening of Charlotte’s Creative.
A gallery wall.
Entertainer, Sam Lewis, played music for the evening event. Charlotte told me that she had heard him play at Barley’s in Knoxville and enjoyed his music very much. Sam Lewis has opened for Leon Russell and played with Chris Stapleton. That sounds like a good pedigree to me!
You can hear Lewis’ music on these CDs. Here is a link to his Facebook page. You can see that he has a busy schedule!
Artists and family attend the grand opening evening event.
These earrings are beautiful. Must shop here soon when I have more time. You can always use another set of earrings!
Charlotte Wear introduces singer, Sam Lewis to a full house.
Remember that name—Sam Lewis. He is a rising star.
As I went to my car to go to a cookout, I noticed that there were many cars parked downtown. Some were at Charlotte’s Creative.
Others were arriving to get a good seat for the movie, “9 to 5” with Dolly Parton.
Things are busy on Fridays now in downtown Sevierville—and that is a very good thing. Get out and enjoy!
See you at Charlotte’s Creative for a class some time when we are out and about in Sevierville.