McPherson’s work recently graced the cover of Hi-Fructose magazine.
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Also, there’s a new art exhibition open in the window at 54 Broadway in downtown Asheville, and much more.
The series of events, which includes a driver appreciation day and listening sessions, is sponsored by the nonprofit Just Economics.
Hoss Haley, Virginia Scotchie, Constance Williams, Carl Pittman, Cassie Ryalls Butcher and more will be featured.
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Visitors will encounter otherworldly beasts, bejeweled skeletons, and nameless but oddly familiar animals in the series.
The show will include photography, paintings and an immersive, multimedia element.
The gallery owners expect to be open in their new space by mid-October.
Also, Terpsicorps opens its newest show on Thursday, which is its response to HB2, and more.
The exhibition reception is set for 8 p.m. on July 5.
The venue will feature live music, art, and refreshments and will be filled with new and vintage guitars, banjos and other instruments.
The year’s first Downtown After Five, a 10th anniversary party for Echo Mountain Studio and much more.
The flea market, full of handmade art and antiques, includes more than 75 vendors.
The art show opening is set for 7 p.m. on Friday.
Alexander will raffle off one of her pieces at the March 8 event.
There will be more than 15,000 square feet of mural space and more than 50 artists invited to paint over three days.
The art project exhibits artworks by emerging and established national and international artists in a downtown storefront window.
The East West Pop Up Shop gets going, and more.
Proceeds of art sales go to Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity.
The first-ever maker showcase will give folks an up-close look at some Big Crafty artists.
Jenny Fares of Sound Mind Creative has produced and organized the event, which features more than a dozen Asheville artists and designers.
Beer, dogs, art and artists.
In Asheville, Bartell collaborated with a variety of other local musicians and artists, including Ahleuchatistas, Ursula Gullow and Nathanael Roney.
Dreamlike landscapes. Mysterious dwellings. Melancholy. Isolation. It’s all there in Dansie’s work.