Over the last six years Castell Photography Gallery has organized an uninterrupted roster of the most innovative and intelligent photography exhibitions that Asheville has yet seen. The gallery has shown some of the medium’s greatest practitioners — historic and contemporary, national and local. But that has now come to an end.
Gus Cutty opens a new collection of works in aerosol at The Satellite Gallery on Nov. 1.
Mark your calendar: Friday, Dec. 7 is one of those days in Asheville where everything is happening. Art openings, music and a singalong are all on the agenda.
Julie Ambrustar, Tiffany Ownbey, Joyce Thornburg, Dulci Ellenberger, Alli Good and Bridget Conn all open new exhibits this weekend (Friday and Saturday, Oct. 5 and 6). The works range from illustrations and papier-mâché to music and photography.
The space was far enough off the beaten path to add alternative art to the mix. But it was also far enough to restrict foot traffic, exposure and sales.
“Anything Goes — Everything Shows” is the tagline for the exhibition, which runs from Saturday, Sept. 15 through Sunday, Oct. 27.
The exhibit, which celebrates motherhood, opens on Friday, May 11. Image of “Best Kept Secrets” by Peggy DeBell.
See not one, but three new exhibits will be held all on one place, featuring metal work, reclaimed art and a group show.
“I-de-ta-tions,” the new exhibition by painter Christopher Holt, which opens at The Fine Arts Leage Gallery on Thursday, April 26, includes images from Cataloochee Valley, Jamaica, Haiti, Italy and Australia.
Following tonight’s opening reception for juried show Manipulated, juror Ariel Shanberg will be available for questions during a meet-and-greet at 5 p.m. on Saturday.
Hint: It’s neither a library nor a book store.
Sullivan is one of many artists exhibiting new work at the downtown Asheville Art Walk this Friday.
Asheville’s first downtown art walk of 2011 kicks off this Friday, April 1 at 5 p.m., as does the Altamont Theatre’s grand opening bash.
Even with the Abigail Washburn show at the Grey Eagle postponed (she was supposed to play Asheville on Saturday, Jan. 15, but landed a Prairie Home Companion gig instead — can’t begrudge her that!), there’s still too much to do on this particular Saturday. Unless you have super powers you’ll never fit it all in. (Still, it’s worth a try…)
View works like “Untitled” by Aspen Hochhalter (seen here) at the December downtown art walk, tomorrow.
Downtown galleries held openings for new exhibits during the bi-monthly art walk on Friday, Aug. 6.
The River Arts District Studio Stroll takes place this weekend; continuing Sunday from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Take a virtual tour with Xpress.
Local (at least for the summers) artist Miguel Paredes introduces his Miami/N.Y., lush/urban, complex/stark collection of oils, acrylics, and mixed media on canvas at The Satellite Gallery.