Barbara Greenberg

Nestled into the Appalachian Mountains in North Carolina, Barbara Greenberg works to help keep the tradition of local handcrafting alive. Dedicated to using local materials, she creates functional art objects from salvaged lumber. Her vases and candle holders are made from abandoned split rail fences, many that were originally built over 100 years ago. Some of the rails are American Chestnut, a wood long gone from the Appalachians due to a blight in the early 1900’s.

Nestled into the Appalachian Mountains in North Carolina, Barbara Greenberg works to help keep the tradition of local handcrafting alive. Dedicated to using local materials, she creates functional art objects from salvaged lumber. Her vases and candle holders are made from abandoned split rail fences, many that were originally built over 100 years ago. Some of the rails are American Chestnut, a wood long gone from the Appalachians due to a blight in the early 1900’s.

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