Brenwood Forge & Farm, feature

Brenwood Forge & Farm, feature

This week we are featuring the two artists of Brenwood Forge & Broom: David “Woody” Harman and Brenda Harman.

Woody, a blacksmith, is a member of the Artist Blacksmith Association of North America and the Appalachian Blacksmith Association. He has been blacksmithing for 35 years. Brenda, a broom maker, is juried with the Allegheny Highland Arts and Craft Center in Clifton Forge, VA. She made her first broom in 1993. Both artists are founding members of the Pocahontas County Artisan Co-op and juried members of Tamarack. Both are also members of the West Virginia Art Guild.

Stop by the following locations to see more of their work:

Harman-Cattails with Lily Pads

4th Avenue Gallery, Marlinton
Shop at Leatherbark Ford, Cass
Allegheny Highlands Arts & Crafts Center, Clifton Forge, VA
Addison Visitors Center, Webster Springs

About Mountain Arts District

The Mountain Arts District is a place, a network, a resource for artists, and on-line, it is a directory for all people and events in our mountain counties. Its purpose it to promote the unique arts and culture of north central West Virginia, spanning the counties of Barbour, Pocahontas, Randolph, Taylor, Tucker, and Upshur. MAD was formed by a collective group of volunteers to strengthen the arts economy, establish the area as an arts destination for tourists, and increase the development of public arts. Join us!