The southernmost building on the soundside in Salvo, this gallery is housed in an exquisite replica of an 1874 life-saving station. The building itself attracts well-deserved attention but wait until you see the delightful celebration of creativity inside. Owner Kim Robertson and her fellow in-house craftsmen are exploring and creating exciting, one-of-a-kind jewelry, journals and other Hatteras-inspired items. Robertson also represents more than 100 other local and regional artists, including her mother and artists she met while on the art-show circuit. There’s a broad mix of media from jewelry, pottery, fiber, wood, glass and garden art to all ranges of two-dimensional reproductions and original works of art. Part of the proceeds from the gallery benefit Pea Island Wildlife Refuge and Chicamacomico Life-Saving Station Historic Site.
Pea Island Art Gallery
27766 N.C. Highway 12, Salvo