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A folk art gallery in a restored 100-year-old building. We feature handmade works by Missouri artisans and some from neighboring states. In addition to other types, works include: chainsaw sculptures of eagles, fish, turtles, frogs, bears and mountain scenes; outdoor metal art; and American Indian art.
Renowned artist Doug Bratcher is a nationally known craftsman, handcrafting barrels, buckets, kegs and churns in the traditional style. Doug creates barrels for movies, historic sites, national parks and Civil War reenactments. Bratcher Cooperage has been in business for more than 20 years.
Visit Bratcher Cooperage and watch the barrel creation first-hand. Check out the gift shop for a wide selection of "Made in the USA" gifts, cards and accessories.
Corbin Mill was built in 1889 by O. H. Corbin and Sons as a flour mill on land given by presidential grant to those displaced by the New Madrid earthquake of the early 1800s. As times changed, so did the usage of the mill. In 1922 it became a feed mill, and in 1945, it was purchased by the United Cooperatives.
Today, the mill retains many of its original architectural features including a 24-inch thick limestone foundation, 12-inch to 18-inch thick walls with a tin standing seam roof. The mill was situated by the Great Spring around which the city of Liberty was founded and which was restored to a park-like setting in 1991.
Now used as an artisan retail center, Corbin Mill houses hand work arts and supplies for rug hooking, knitting, embroidery, beading, and cross stitch.
Hannibal boasts a strong arts community offering year-round arts programs. The Hannibal Arts Council hosts a full exhibit schedule in its galleries, plus workshops, school touring and dozens of art programs and services.
Tour the factory where natural soaps are handcrafted by Best of Missouri Hands artisans, the old-fashioned way. Smell the amazing fragrances of the fresh, natural scents used to make more than 60 varieties of soap and other products. All products are available for purchase.
This Mennonite-owned business features handcrafted interior and exterior home decor items. On-site artisans demonstrate furniture building techniques. There is a large collection of Farm House scented candles and hand lotions. Shop for unique, handcrafted gifts.
Art from the Midwest, including pottery, jewelry, photography, oils and watercolor. Exhibits change monthly. Workshops offered. Many pieces are available for purchase.
Wheel thrown and hand-built functional stoneware pottery made in our studio. Select ready-made cottage furniture or design your own. Also, clay and wooden birdhouses, clay birdfeeders and cedar garden benches made by the artists.
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