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On the Road: Pop Up Exhibition Party
August 18 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pmFree
Join Little Jumbo as we welcome watercolor artist Natalie Ray and the pop up exhibition “On the Road” on Sunday, August 18th. This exhibition features a series of large scale watercolor and gold original paintings featuring both locally and internationally known jazz musicians, many of whom have performed here at Little Jumbo!
Performers such as The Core, Justin Ray, Jacob Rodriguez, Zack Page, Bill Bares, and many other Asheville musicians are the subjects in this series. Also featured in this series are frozen moments from international stages as Natalie travels around the world with her musician husband.
The event will be an experience like no other at Little Jumbo. Join us from 5-7pm for wine, small bites, and art!
About the Artist
Natalie Ray is a watercolor artist based in the beautiful mountain city of Asheville, North Carolina. Watercolor painting has always been a passion for Natalie but she developed her skill as an artist while living in Barcelona, Spain in 2003-2004. After moving to Asheville, Natalie joined the artist community of the River Arts District, continuing her art education under internationally known and award-winning artists. Now Natalie lives and paints in Asheville with her musician husband, Justin Ray, and their two young sons, Wyatt and Wesley.