Transylvania, one of North Carolina’s most scenic counties, beckons tourists to explore her mountainous terrain with forests, waterfalls, wildlife,and gentle rolling pastures. Its rich arts and crafts heritage is well established in the town of Brevard and along the Scenic 276 South Fine Art & Craft Corridor. This Corridor encompasses a 13-mile stretch beginning just south of Brevard and ending at the NC/SC line. It meanders up the mountain showcasing art galleries, working and teaching studios, shops, charming lodgings, home-style dining and fresh local produce. Many of the studios and galleries provide an opportunity to meet the artists creating pottery, glass art, paintings, sculpture, photography, metal work and more. While in the area, visit the waterfalls and natural settings which inspire these artists at nearby DuPont State Forest and Caesar’s Head State Park. See for yourself the place where nature truly is an inspiration! For more information, visit www.scenic276arts.com.