Many of us are overcome by a sense of helplessness when we see a dead animal on the side of the road. But what if there were a way to prevent this often-fatal collision of the natural and modern worlds, and make it easier for humans and wildlife to live in harmony?
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Say the word "March" and you feel warm sunshine and imagine the flowers you’ll soon see everywhere. It has been a long winter, a winter that feels almost like it began last March when the world changed in ways none of us could have imagined.
Aurora Studio & Gallery will host the sixth annual Zelda Fitzgerald Week March 8 through 13 to shed light on the healing aspects of the arts while honoring Fitzgerald—widely known as husband F. Scott’s muse—as a multi-talented artist in her own right.
I know what you’re thinking. Even though spring is on the way, it’s still cold. You’ve got a fire going. All you need is a glass of bold, comforting red wine. You might also be thinking that only red wines pair with heavier dishes and fires. But, think again.
Blue Spiral 1 (BS1) presents the work of Alex Bernstein and Reuben Negrón in two new exhibits running from Friday, March 5, through April 30. The artists will also host virtual events.
Asheville Gallery of Art will explore portraiture in "Portraits of Imagination" featuring works from new members Chris Bell, Bill George, Hyn Patty and Patricia Veatch.
Through Tuesday, March 30, Woolworth Walk will highlight the work of Joe Zoeller and Kasey Jackson in the FW Gallery.
“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.”