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gallery exhibits + art shows
The Art of Remodeling

The Art of Remodeling

In 2015, when friends Michael Allen Campbell, Julie Ann Bell, and Lynn Stanley opened Trackside Studios in the River Arts District, they created much…

A Hole New World

A Hole New World

In a world of unprecedented division, donuts seem to be the one thing we can all agree on. No matter your age, gender, race,…

Yes, You Mayo

Yes, You Mayo

Annie Gustely is not a Southern gal. She grew up in Ohio and moved to North Carolina in 2007. But her food still lifes…

Canvasing The Kitchen

Canvasing The Kitchen

Traditionally, most food still lifes depict hearty chunks of bread, wheels of hard cheeses, and bowls of fruit. But the menu is changing thanks…

Artful Ascents

Artful Ascents

Painting is a way of preserving a moment in time. Heidi Nisbett learned this while hiking the Appalachian Trail. An Upstate South Carolina native,…

A Wild Card 

A Wild Card 

On a typical day, you’ll probably find printmaker Macon York traipsing around her four-acre property in Laurel Park. After tending to the laying hens,…

Divine Creations

Divine Creations

At 14, Morgan McCarver underwent scoliosis spinal fusion surgery. The 12 months following her operation were dark. As she tells Asheville Made, “It was…

Collage and Crumpets

Collage and Crumpets

Lynn Karegeannes, owner and founder of Full Life Arts in Asheville, is a tea fiend. “For me, tea is a symbol of hospitality, ritual,…

Painting Her Way Through Grief

Painting Her Way Through Grief

On July 2, 2011, Sylva-based watercolorist Pamela Haddock experienced every parent’s worst nightmare. Earlier that day, her 29-year-old son, Joshua, loaded his car with…