Who We Are:

The Artisan Gallery at Massanutten was created by Lauralea Marlyn -Spitler, Artist and Shenandoah Valley entrepreneur. The gallery was inspired by a need for local artists to showcase their art.  The best compliment is when someone buys your art to enjoy at home or give as a gift!

Each section in the gallery is devoted to an individual artist that is always creating.

Our friendly staff is here to help you find just what your looking for!

Come in and meet:

Denise Hensley - She is our full time employee and is full time southern hospitality.

Diane Powell - Grandma of 10 and two new great-grandbabies!  Ask if her cookies are fresh and she'll tell you "Any fresher and they'd still be in the oven!"

Holly Powell - Ms. Awesomeness herself!  She will make you feel at home and loves to cut up!

Amy O'Connor - Our very own Color Street Stylist.  Ask Amy how to get your nails in shape and for a sample of Color Street!

 

The Cabin:

This Cabin was first built from timber from the Jacob Burner home in near by McGahesville.  Both date back to the 1800's.  The cabin was moved in 1960 to its current location.  Ajoining the location in 1870 where the cabin was reconstructed stood the Rockingham Mineral Springs Hotel. The elegant 100 room hotel hosted guests that traveled from far and wide to soak in the waters of 10 nearby mineral springs.  Sadly, the hotel burned bringing an end to the natural healing.

Our Artist Community

Lauralea Marlyn-Spitler
Acrylic Pour, Photographer, Charcoal, Pastels

Judith Lucci - Author, Watercolor

Diane Powell - Baked goods, jams

Amy O'Connor - Color Street Nail Stylist, Wire Wrapped & Beaded Jewelry

Phil Evans - Wood Turned Bowls

Mary Jane Engleman - Acrylic & Pastel Artist,  Clay Jewelry

Steve Lambert - Acrylic Artist

Heather Baker - Chain Maille Jewelry

Sue Stone - Potter

Kimberly & Mitzkalal - Home wood décor

Susan Edleman - Potter