Aptly named with a big personality, Wild Art & Wonderful Things reflects the vibrant art and charm of Fayetteville. We are excited to welcome Brannon Ritterbush and her new shop to town! The space is brimming with handmade pottery, paintings, photographs, hand-carved wooden pieces, copper mixed metal art, and stained glass along with unique gift items. “We are oozing with beautifully crafted things and thoughtful gifts,” said Brannon. Brannon described what makes her products so special, “…they benefit our local community and give talented artists a place to be seen and appreciated.” Most of the items are local and the ones that are not raise funds towards charitable organizations. You could easily discover a new treasure with each visit.
Brannon said her husband and mom really inspired her to pursue her dream. Her mother started a boutique in Georgia not knowing a single thing about running a business and turned it into a thriving business while developing lifelong friendships along the way. “My husband, Kinsey is my biggest supporter, encourager and believes in me when I have trouble believing in myself…he came up with the name Wild Art Wonderful Things and has given me all the confidence and tools I need to run things successfully”, said Brannon.
Kinsey grew up here and it is where they wanted to start the first chapter of their marriage. “There’s no place quite like it. We love living here and to now have a small business here is a dream come true,” said Brannon. Brannon fell in love with the community here in Fayetteville. “The people that make up this town are incredibly unique, compassionate, welcoming, not to mention talented! There is a lot of darkness that surrounds the world, but Fayetteville reminds me that there is an even brighter light that cuts through it. These people love hard and care deeply about others. In addition to all of that, there is so much creativity and raw talent flowing through Fayetteville just waiting to be showcased, which makes it a perfect fit for a shop like mine,” said Brannon.
162 South Court St.
11am-5pm Mon. -Fri.
10am-6pm Sat. & Sun.