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Jonas Gerard Opens Additional Gallery at Riverview Station

Celebrates New Space with a Grand Opening Reception and Painting Performance Jonas Gerard’s new gallery at Riverview Station is the result of the powerful synergies possible when creative growth aligns with a thriving business. New explorations in flow painting techniques and a love for larger canvases, on top of an already vibrant and extensive body  Continue Reading »

HART Stage II front

Most Improved Camper

Comic storyteller C.J. Deering brings her incredibly funny, but all too true, tall tales of life, recovery, and survival to the HART Studio by popular demand. This performance by former mega-rock group tour manager, Los Angeles major record label executive, popular Texas radio deejay, nationally-acclaimed motivational speaker, hysterically funny comic, all-around wonderful person, and experienced  Continue Reading »

Forest Realm, 6x9 by Teresa Pennington

Interview with Fine Artist Teresa Pennington

Teresa Pennington is a self-taught colored pencil artist who often spends as much as four months on one drawing. Pennington has been commissioned by the Biltmore Estate and has completed four series of drawings capturing the grandeur of the house and gardens. Other scenes she has captured include Grandfather Mountain, Cold Mountain, and Mabry Mill,  Continue Reading »


WNC’s New Art Destination at Reynolds Village

The Andrew Charles Gallery opened its doors for business at Reynolds Village in North Asheville in late February, 2014, showcasing the paintings of local artist Joel Cole. It will continue featuring the contemporary work of local and regional painters, sculptors, printmakers, photographers and mixed-media artists in individual exhibitions and invitational group-shows based on themes. The  Continue Reading »