In this difficult time, with many of our favorite places temporarily inaccessible, Betsey-Rose Weiss, owner of American Folk Art & Framing, wanted to create an exhibition of artwork inspired by simplicity.
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Two significant things happened to Bill Hall when he moved to New York, planning to stay at least one year but not more than two.
Like Dorothy entering Oz. That’s how Sara Hall, graphic designer for The Laurel of Asheville and a multi-talented artist, describes her trip to a fabric shop years ago.
“The trail should be a good way for people to ease back into traveling, as many of the stops are located along scenic backroads that provide a leisurely drive and offer plenty of space, often outdoors, for enjoying a craft beverage while social distancing.”
A global movement that began with an artist in England as a way to help artists get around closed studios and galleries has found its way to Asheville’s River Arts District.
During the period of uncertainty associated with COVID-19, hand-build potter Lucy Clark has turned to a different medium as a way of keeping faith alive and reaching out to people regardless of their situation.
As a fly fishing guide, two of the most common questions I am asked are: “How do you pick out flies to fish?” and “What fly should I use during [insert a month or season]?”
As of press-time, Asheville Gallery of Art (AGA) has not identified a reopening date, but the gallery has decided on a theme for the reopening show.