Beginning Friday, Dec. 1, Terry Taylor’s latest series, Re:Views, will be on display at 305 Hillside Street. The three-day exhibit will feature Taylor’s creative endeavors over the last seven years.
Since he was 11 years old, Jem Klein has perfected the craft of flute making.
Westside Artists Co-op holds its grand opening, Saturday, Nov. 5.
In 2011, Lara Nguyen began teaching at Warren Wilson College. She works in a number of mediums that include painting, drawing and performance-based and installation art. More recently she’s added murals to her repertoire.
From his Weaverville home studio, self-taught artist Stefan Vinyarszky carves intricate figures and landscapes from wood and stone.
Encaustic painter Julia Fosson, whose workshop is located in the Hatchery Studios in the River Arts Districts, spent years unaware of the art form. It is a multifaceted, multilayered medium that involves beeswax, blow torches, heating guns and hot plates, along with dammar — a type of tree sap in which the beeswax is cooked.
There is a magical and surreal quality to the lamps Pamella O’Connor creates at Hanji Home, her shop and business, located at the Wedge Studios in the River Arts District.
Many of Christie Calaycay’s designs incorporate patterns and structures inspired by the natural world. Her more recent projects — like her Balangay inspired necklaces and earrings — aim to explore cultures.
When you enter Broken Road Studio in the River Arts District, your focus will naturally gravitate toward the saturated colors and scenes of Phil DeAngelo’s acrylic paintings.
Metal has always been prominent in Murray’s life. As a child growing up in Princeton, Ky., she spent her afternoons in her father’s shop, Murray Drilling. With a broom in hand and rollerblades strapped to her feet, she swept the floors at a quick pace, earning cash for gadgets and tools of her own.
As Easter nears, Kulish will be opening up registration for her studio-based classes in pysanky, where she will lead attendees through the Ukrainian craft, just as her mother had those many years ago.
Glassblower John Almaguer’s journey to his craft — and to Asheville — has been a complicated one.