Artisan’s Gallery Open at Loon Mountain Summit

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By Katelyn Krumperman

Do you like finding unique gifts for family members and friends?  Do you like hand carved wooden products?  If you answered yes to either of these questions, you should check out the Artisan’s Gallery at the summit of Loon Mountain off of Bear Claw Extension.


Inside the gallery you will find a collection of unique items.  From earrings and necklaces to wood carved spoons, the Artisan’s Gallery is a collection of hand made items that you won’t find anywhere else.  Hand painted note cards are displayed on the table and paintings hang on the wall.  The artist, local Jody O’Callaghan, sits at the table painting.


Interested in buying a hand carved walking stick?  On any given day, Jim McHugh, who plays the guitar in the Crunchy Western Boys, can be found outside carving walking sticks.


You will also find hand made hemp necklaces by Sam King who works at the Gondola.  Hand made earrings and a local photographers work can be purchased as well.



The Artisan’s Gallery is open 9:30am – 4:00 pm for another two weeks.  Enjoy the fall weather and be sure to stop in the gallery and say hi. 🙂

One thought on “Artisan’s Gallery Open at Loon Mountain Summit

  1. Skied Loon for the first time in 1/12 and loved the changes, if I may suggest, there is a whole crew of people who would come to Loon on a two fer one day if offered, that is one of the reasons I think your wonderful mountain is not more crowded during the week, because of other mountains around you offering the same. Also, think about increasing the military discount they deserve it. Love the changes, hope you hear me .Sincerely, Ed

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