Photography was only a fledgling art form in the early 1850s when it became a vital source for documenting otherwise unseen corners of the American West. Despite the technical difficulties, the resulting images — sweeping, magisterial views of plains and cliff sides — are unforgettable. The process has found new life in Objects in Perspective, an invigorating collaborative exhibition by Charlotte-based artists Aspen Hochhalter and Natalie Abrams.
At Artetude Gallery on Patton Ave., artist Leonid Siveriver blends mediums with his piece, “Motion.” Siveriver displayed a variety of pieces Dec. 5 during the last First Friday Art Walk of the season. (The gallery crawl series resumes again in April.) He said the idea of “Motion” came from photography — it’s a bronze casting of […]
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.
It’s still more than a month away from the first downtown Asheville gallery stroll of the season. But that doesn’t mean you can’t make the most of the spring-like weather this weekend and check out some new artwork around Asheville.
View works like “Untitled” by Aspen Hochhalter (seen here) at the December downtown art walk, tomorrow.
Galleries open their doors for another Friday evening art walk on Oct. 1. This is the second to the last of the season (the final art walk takes place on Friday, Dec. 3), so don’t miss out!
Downtown galleries held openings for new exhibits during the bi-monthly art walk on Friday, Aug. 6.
This weekend brings art (Friday is the Downtown Art Walk in Asheville), a great book sale and lots of music. Know of more events that are $5 or less to attend? Please add them in the comments field.
The Sean Pace Gallery, American Folk Art & Framing, The Haen Gallery and others showcase new work.
Art openings, outdoor music, book events, authors, music for dining, music for drinking, a CD release and the Summer Music in Flat Rock kick off. And more. All free or budget-priced.
Last week Xpress ran a list of upcoming gallery and studio tours. Here are a couple additional tours to add to your calendar (along with the original list).