“This exhibition is a great opportunity to see our new work and larger scale pieces that we are not able to show in our year-round space at the gallery.”
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Called common blue star, blue dogbane or willow amsonia, Amsonia tabernaemontana is a native perennial that loves sun and light shade.
This exclusive event is the first public reading of the new book, and the venue is as magical and mystical as Serafina herself.
Barnhill’s program includes a tour of the traditional Amish barn on the Eliada Home campus, a large dairy barn that burned in 1927 and was rebuilt by Pennsylvania Amish who traveled here for the reconstruction.
An inventory is going on, and brand new kinds of organisms are being discovered right here in the Western North Carolina mountains!
Appalachian people have dug up and eaten this wild member of the onion family for centuries. Ramps are valued both as a spring tonic and for providing relief from cold symptoms.
“We get to create experiences for young people that are real. They challenge themselves and achieve things they can’t anywhere else.”
"In a lot of ways, it takes a brave reader to venture into some of the places I’m going as a writer. I want to go to the darkest places imaginable and search out shattered pieces of humanity.”