“I so look forward to the beauty of the old trees and the mist rising off the lake during morning meditation.”
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Summer is on the wane when you see the gold of goldenrod flowers at the edges of roadsides and in open fields.
“The hellbender is this wonderfully weird, almost dinosaur-like salamander that needs very cold, very clean water with really big rocks to survive.”
“This year I became involved with a photography print critique group which has compelled me to begin looking at photographers’ work again and to begin examining my own images. The series of photos that I’ll be presenting at the Open Studio Tour is called Wanderlust, images taken with my phone on explorations locally and when traveling,” Camarata says.
“Attendees will be surprised and delighted to find so many takes on art depicting autumn and Halloween and to have the opportunity to purchase items that are a bit different from what is commercially available,” says participating artist Dorann Nelson.
Tickets are now on sale for The Wortham Center for the Performing Arts 2019/2020 season featuring more than two dozen shows by top touring performers in music, theatre, dance, comedy and other arts. San Francisco’s Kronos Quartet kicks things off with a concert on Tuesday, September 17, at 7 p.m.
From Here and Far Gallery opened in Biltmore Village in July. “I feel the purpose of From Here and Far Gallery is to promote passion between the artist and the customer,” says Hayes.
With another school year beginning, it’s a good time to reflect on how we all constantly educate ourselves with the many exhibitions, symposiums, literary events, festivals and stage productions in Western North Carolina.