Through Tuesday, March 30, Woolworth Walk will highlight the work of Joe Zoeller and Kasey Jackson in the FW Gallery.
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“I have such a deep connection with wildlife and trying to capture their true essence,” says Julie Willan. “Each piece that I create, I take time to research and see what moves me to want to make that image come to life.”
“This Arts in March will look similar to our fall event HeART of the Season, created last year in order to provide a safe and enjoyable way for artists to connect with their community,” says HOB executive director Nicole Bentley.
On Monday, March 22, MHC will unveil an online tour of their newest exhibit, Rivercane Renaissance. The exhibit explores the flora’s rich history and, with that, the consequences of its mass eradication.
Simplicity, elegance and wearability are hallmarks of Nancy McAninch's designs. “I don’t like jewelry that is difficult to wear, such as snagging on clothing or poking the skin,” she says. “I like jewelry that looks a bit understated.”
“This new space has provided me with a renewed sense of enthusiasm. It’s always good to go through closets, clean out files, get rid of the old and make space to bring in the new. I’m very excited about bringing the best of arts and crafts to our small town!”
Over the past 15 years Ingles Markets has donated more than $17 million to area schools for the purchase of needed items including audio-visual equipment, computers, musical instruments and lockers.
The goals of this new space at Hendersonville’s Hands On! Children’s Museum are trifold: fostering a safe and educational environment that celebrates diversity; empowering Henderson County’s citizens to learn their history; and preserving the county’s cultural identity and legacy.