Housed in a century-old former church, this gallery is one of 120 shops and studio spaces along the 8-mile Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community Trail. In the truest sense of Appalachian spirit, Jim Gray tells stories through creative expressions—watercolors, oil, pencil drawings, pen-and-ink sketches, and sculpture. Viewing his work is like meeting a new friend: you'll learn what Jim did and where he did it. Behind the gallery, Ogle's Broom Shop is home to third-generation broom makers whose functional and decorative brooms and hiking sticks are treasured by craft aficionados. Next door, meet six gallery artists who show and sell works at Cliff Dwellers. Pick up a map to the entire arts-and-crafts trail from the Gatlinburg visitor center.