Jean Wall Penland had been active on the Asheville art scene for more than four decades.
She worked for two decades as marketing manager for Asheville's only milk processing plant, Milkco, before devoting her efforts to her art.
Longshore's unrelenting message of female empowerment has won her legions of fans.
Also, Brewgrass is Saturday, the Asheville Outdoor Show Sunday, and more.
McPherson's work recently graced the cover of Hi-Fructose magazine.
Zelda Fitzgerald and eight other women died in Asheville in a tragic fire.
Wander through rooms of the house and experience different visual, auditory, sensual, and emotional experiences.
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.
Alexander will raffle off one of her pieces at the March 8 event.
Asheville poet James Nave new 12-week The Artist's Way course starts Feb. 10 in Asheville.
The River Arts District is undergoing massive change, and this is just the latest example.
Applicants see a city nearing a tipping point with the impact of downtown development and tourism, and they want to have a voice in how it shakes out.
The art project exhibits artworks by emerging and established national and international artists in a downtown storefront window.
Dreamlike landscapes. Mysterious dwellings. Melancholy. Isolation. It's all there in Dansie's work.
The opening reception for the show, curated by artist Andy Herod, is 5 p.m. Friday at the arts council's gallery in the Grove Arcade.
Ashvegas is teaming up with RX Prints in Asheville to feature the work of local artists on limited-run T-shirts. Wade kicks off October with a zombie design.
PaperFrank is working to increase his profile in Asheville ahead of an upcoming art show.
There's no location disclosed yet for the tattoo star's shop.
A total of $5,000 in reward money is being offered in this mysterious case.
The film features the amazing story of Marcus C. Thomas. The film is produced by Bob Peck of Asheville Multimedia.
Eighteen painters, potters, jewelers, woodworkers and others will welcome visitors into 8 different studios in the neighborhood.
The Asheville native wants to smash stereotypes about tattoos in the black community.
Rich Nelson will hold an open house on March 9 at his Depot Street studio.
Joshua Marc Levy will talk about what makes great album cover and poster design.
This is a pretty neat story. From revpictures.wordpress.com: Marcus Thomas is an amazing local artist, a dear friend and inspiration. He is a quadriplegic–paralyzed below the neck–and uses his mouth to paint some of the ...
Here’s the great note from loyal reader Daniel, who wants folks to know about his new studio in Asheville’s River Arts District: And to elaborate on what The Lift is… my wife Michelle and I ...