Canvas and Cork is located in the Stanton Storehouse in down-town Dahlonega, just off the square. The Stanton Storehouse is on the national register of historic buildings and overlooks Hancock Park. Canvas and Cork occupies the first floor and is an inviting, eclectic space filled with original art and fine local wine. Everything from recycled glass work, pottery, jewelry and paintings in all mediums are available for purchase in 2 artists studios, and additional gallery space features the work of 12 more local artists.
Canvas and Cork also offers weekly art classes in a variety of mediums as well as private wine and paint parties and monthly Irish music jams.
Our tasting room features wines from Cavender Creek Vineyards, and includes a selection of red, white and pink wines from locally grown grapes as well as muscadine wines from Still Pond Vineyards in south Georgia for those who enjoy the sweeter side of life.
Coming Events at Canvas & Cork
Practice alcohol ink and share ideas and tips. Bring your own tile, Linoleum or white board: we'll supply the ink and other supplies. No agenda, just fun! $15
Billy Roper workshop! Lino block carving and printing, Thursday, Sept 28, 6-10 pm, $55 (does not include carving tools) call 706-525-1563 to register and get supply list.
Create a bird and flowers from your Linoleum block carving in this workshop with Billy Roper.
Come celebrate our 3rd anniversary at our Student Art Show!
Come join us for our Student Art Show, woodturning demo, Second Saturday Stroll and 3rd Anniversary! Sept. 9 - all day (artists reception 5:30)
Come jam or sing along on our front porch, Saturday, August 29, 2-5 pm
Come sing along. Lyrics provided. Fun and free!
Canvas and Cork Student Art Show and Reception, Sept 9,...
We'll be doing small landscapes that will be framed and finished (bring your own frames) details to...
Sneak preview and hold the date! Linoleum tile carving and ink print class with Billy Roper. Thursday, Sept. 28th., 6pm. Details, including supply list, coming soon!
Stroll to Canvas and Cork, The Pig and the Poppy and Hall House Fine Art, Aug. 12, 5:30-8:00