Through (5/31) – So Great the Devastation: The 1916 Flood, multimedia exhibition. Free.
TH (5/5) through SU (6/12) – Miniature Art Show, juried exhibition. Opening reception: Thursday, May 5.
SU (5/1) through TU (5/31) – Exhibition of the ceramic art of Chiwa Clark, Andrea Freeman, and Julie and Tyrone Larson.
FR (5/6) through TU (5/31) – Moet with Medusa, exhibition of multimedia art by Gus Cutty. Opening reception: Friday, May 6, 7-9pm.
FR (5/6) through MO (5/30) – Now and Then, Swannanoa Valley Fine Art League group exhibition. Opening reception: Friday, May 6, 5-7pm.
SU (5/1) through TU (5/31) – Earthlight, painting exhibition of the work of Karen Keil Brown. Opening reception: Friday, May 6, 5:30-8pm.
Through SU (7/31) – Vintage Ceramics, mixed media exhibition by Asya Colie.
FR (5/6) through TU (5/31) – Barns of Madison County, photography exhibition. Reception: Friday, May 6, 5:30-7:30pm.
SU (5/1) through TU (5/31) – Farmers’ Federation photography exhibit. Held at the offices of the News, Record & Sentinel, Back Street, Downtown Marshall
TU (5/17) through TU (5/31) – “History of the Blue ridge Parkway,” touring exhibition.
SA (5/7) through TU (5/31) – Saluda Art Legends-Past & Present, exhibition of over 17 artists. Opening reception: Saturday, May 7, 6:30-8:30pm.
FR (5/6) through TH (6/30) – Exhibition of portraits of women by Lois Simbach. Opening reception: Friday, May 6, 4-6pm.
WE (5/18) through WU (7/31) – Twelve Voices: International Jewelry, exhibit of 12 influential contemporary jewelry artists curated by Donald Friedrich. Opening reception: Thursday, May 19, 6-10pm.
Through WE (8/31) – Exhibition of the paintings of Denise McCullough.
TH (5/5) through (6/24) – The Halstead Challenge – KINETIC, juried exhibition of 20 brooches with kinetic elements. Opening reception: Thursday, May 5, 5-8pm.
Through FR (6/24) – C. James Meyer exhibition of jewelry pieces that double as small sculptures.
Through FR (6/24) – Exhibition of the works of Dean Allison (glass sculpture), Morgan Herrin (wood sculpture), Charles Ladson (oil paintings) and Mike Smith (photography).
Through FR (6/24) – Exhibition of the encaustic paintings of Dana Brown.
Through FR (6/24) – Exhibition of recent works by eight regional artists.
Through FR (6/24) – Exhibition of sculptural clay and wearable metal designs by Lisa Clague and Deb Karash.
FR (5/20) through SA (7/16) – Apprentices: The Next Generation, exhibition of the pottery work of apprentices Sarah Thurmond, Jenay Martin, Hannah McGehee and Tori DiPietro. Opening reception: Friday, May 20, 4-7pm.
FR (5/20) through SA (6/25) – Antecedents, exhibition of photography assemblage by Jenny Bowen. Opening reception: Friday, June 3, 5-8pm.
SU (5/20) through SA (6/25) – A thing re | sembling a win • dow, exhibition curated by Dawn Roe. Opening reception: Friday, June 3, 5-8pm. Panel discussion & performance: Thursday, June 9, 6-7:30pm.
Through SU (9/4) – Reimagined, painting exhibition of local artists Carol L. MacAllister, Robert Mahosky, Hartley Meinzer, Wendy Newman and Elise Okrend.
FR (5/20) through MO (6/20) – Inspirations: The Artist’s View, exhibition of gallery artists. Opening reception: Friday, May 20, 5-8pm.
SA (5/28) through MO (9/5) – The Magic of Western North Carolina, exhibit of the watercolors of James Scott Morrison.
FR (5/27) through SU (5/30) – Exhibition of 20 artists’ work that is also interpreted by the Ikenobo Ikebana Society into floral designs. Opening gala: Friday, May 27, 5-8pm, with music by Ellen Trnka. $25.
Through (6/30) – Dualistic Similarities: opposing approaches to contemporary steel, exhibition of the work of steel artists Bill Brown and Laurie Marshall. Reception: Thursday, May 26, 4-7pm.
Through SU (8/21) – On Common Ground: Pastel Paintings from the Mountains to the Sea, statewide juried pastel exhibition.
Through (6/30) – Vision and Vistas: Great Smoky Mountains, exhibition of images of the Great Smoky Mountains that helped inspire the creation of the national park. Held at the Fine Art Museum.
Through TH (6/30) – Remembering Lew Wallace, exhibition of watercolor paintings of waterfalls of the late Lew Wallace.
Through SA (6/11) – Art in Bloom, juried exhibition of artworks to be paired with ikebana floral designs on June 9-11.