Ann Hord-Heatherley is a mixed-media figurative artist.  A member of the Southern Highlands Craft Guild, Ann has shown her work in numerous regional art shows, including The Craft Fair of the Southern Highlands, John C. Campbell Fall Festival, and Weaverville Art Safari.  Her work is currently at Ariel Gallery, the Folk Art Center, and The Bascom.  (See "Locations" page for details).  

Her dolls, though sometimes historical, have a timeless quality that connects with people on an emotional level. 

Currently you can see Ann's work at the Folk Art Center of the Southern Highlands Craft Guild and at The Bascom in Highlands, NC.


Ann lives on a tiny farm in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina with her partner, one mini Bernadoodle, three cats, eleven goats, fourteen hens, and two giant white dogs.

                                                               Member Southern Highland Craft Guild