October Stories & News at Artsville Collective
Here's what's happening at Artsville this October as 2022 prepares to come to a close. Join a live or virtual art discusion or celebrate at Artsville Gallery.
- Artsville event roundup
- Art a la Carte: "The Art of Collecting" on Friday, October 14 at Blue Spiral 1 or Zoom
- Last chance to see "A Walk in the Woods"
- New show opening Sat., Nov. 5: IMPRESSED: Print, Paint, Dye, Repeat
Art a la Carte: "The Art of Collecting" with Merrily Orsini and Rick Heath
Join a discussion with contemporary glass connoisseurs Merrily Orsini and Rick Heath on Friday, October 14. Attend Artsville’s lunch-and-learn discussion on Zoom (12-1pm) or LIVE (11:30am Meet & Greet, 12-1pm Discussion) at Blue Spiral 1.
This couple has spent years learning about glass through travel, research, volunteering, visiting and collecting. No matter what you collect or may be considering, this dynamic duo will provide tips on how to collect and showcase your finds. For information on this live and virtual free event head to our event calendar.
LAST CHANCE! Come see "A Walk in the Woods" before it's gone.
“A Walk in the Woods” is on display through October 30 at Marquee Asheville. A Walk in the Woods is a group exhibition where five guest artists approach the glory of the Carolina woodlands with fresh takes on nature through their personal perspective. View work from Jim McDowell; ceramic face jugs, Jo Miller; basket illusion woodturning, Mary Farmer; encaustics, Bronwen McCormick; watercolors, and Ellen Golden; abstract photography. Head to our event calendar for more information.
“IMPRESSED: Print, Paint, Dye, Repeat,”Artsville Collective’s Holiday Show at Marquee, shows ten outstanding artists from Sat., Nov. 5 to Sun. Jan 22 in the River Arts District.
The gallery has been turned into a shop of handmade art for gifting with artists and area studios participating together to turn Artsville Collective into an intimate display of wide variety. Artsville extends a special thanks to the studios of Local Cloth for sponsoring the works of four advanced fiber artists: Joanna White, Joan Berner, Eileen Searcy and Pam Granger Gale, NC Glass Center for introducing us to glass blower Christian Hessler, an exciting new talent to Asheville’s art scene, and The Encaustic Studio at Pink Dog Creative where Lynn Bregman Blass and partner Sarah St. Laurent create mixed media and encaustic collections. Additional featured artists include Leo Monahan, Cynthia Llanes, and Daryl Slaton. Head to our event calendar for more information.