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Greenleaf Gallery - CLOSED

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Louis59 wrote a review Jul 2016
Charlotte, North Carolina2,183 contributions570 helpful votes
My wife and I have enjoyed browsing and buying at Greenleaf Gallery over the years. We’ve purchased items ranging from art to handmade salt & pepper shakers, all unique and creative. This year, we headed back for our annual visit and were very disappointed to learn that Greenleaf Gallery is now closed, replaced by a shop called “Urban Cottage.” While some of the beach-themed merchandise in Urban Cottage is interesting, it seemed to be very over-priced. What was most disconcerting was the behavior of the two women working in the store. My wife and I were the only ones shopping there at the time, and the two women watched us like hawks…we felt like we were under surveillance the entire time! Not sure if they were gauging our reaction to the change in merchandise, or what, but it felt creepy and we did not stay long. We’re very sorry to see Greenleaf Gallery gone, and on our future visits to the OBX, will be looking for other galleries, not “beach home stuff” stores like this one…
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Date of experience: July 2016
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Sally B wrote a review Sep 2015
Durham, North Carolina95 contributions29 helpful votes
Very nice, high quality craft gallery. A good combination of two and three dimensional art work, paintings, ceramics, jewelry, glass, furniture, etc.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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SkiCu29 wrote a review Sep 2015
Cape May Court House, New Jersey225 contributions37 helpful votes
Went in to browse and found some very nice paintings and a few nice things with a "beach" feel to them but I have to say that although some of the paintings were nice, I didn't think the prices were justified simply because it's an "Art Gallery " nonetheless it was a very nice place to browser
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Date of experience: September 2015
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CarolinaJayhawk wrote a review Sep 2015
Chapel Hill, North Carolina15 contributions5 helpful votes
The Greenleaf Gallery features truly lovely jewelry, photos, paintings, small pieces of furniture, and beach artifacts such as carved wooden bird arrangements, etc. It's a lovely setting and the assortment of things is wide. The staff is helpful and knowledgeable while being very friendly. It used to be a must stop for us (in the thirty years we have been coming to Duck) but in the last two years it seems to us that the gallery has increased it's pricing so that it's just prohibitive for us. If you are looking for a very special piece that is a nice memento of the beach, you can find it here. But if you are price sensitive, take a breath before you enter.
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Date of experience: May 2015
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Stef4115 wrote a review Aug 2015
Annandale, Virginia1,305 contributions194 helpful votes
I like to stop into Greenleaf each summer when we're at Duck. It's a nice change from the rest of the shops, many of which are slowing turning into small versions of Wings. The Greeleaf gallery is REAL art.. not mass produced, and will have everything from paintings, to jewelry, textiles, glass, wood working and photography. The prices are what you would expect from real art, so don't go in thinking you're going to get a cheap trinket for the house sitter.
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Date of experience: July 2015
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