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Wire Art – Bonsai Tree Sculptures by Jim Beghtol

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  Wire Trees by Asheville Artist Jim Beghtol Today there are many artists that use interesting kinds of materials to make fine art. Wires are one of the most interesting of forms used in art and Mountain Made artist Jim Beghtol, we believe is master of this craft. Jim creates hand crafted copper and steel wire sculpted trees.  His wire sculpted […]

Cherokee Leaf Pounding Quilts by Asheville Artist Bonnie Lucas

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Cherokee Leaf Pounding Quilts Among Asheville artists, Bonnie Lucas is a well-known master quilter. In 2014, Bonnie was selected as a semifinalist among 405 other contestants in the American Quilter’s Society QuiltWeek. The American Quilter’s Society’s quilter’s contest is now in its 31th year. Cherokee leaf pounding quilting is her of her specialties. UPDATE: Bonnie will be […]

What is an Asheville Art Walk?

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“What is the Downtown Asheville Art District’s Art Walk About?” What is an Art Walk? Just about any size city, town or hamlet, nowadays has an art walk of some kind. And the Asheville Downtown Art Walk is no different. An Art Walk is basically a self-guided and self-paced tour of small studios, galleries or organizations that […]

How to Enjoy Your 2017 SoCon Game Breaks

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Here’s What to do in Downtown Asheville In Between the Southern Conference Basketball Games How to Enjoy Your 2017 SoCon Game Breaks If you are coming to the Southern Conference Basketball Championships, eventually you will have a break in the games of your favorite team. There’s no better time to walk one block over to […]

The Arts and Crafts Style Comes South with the National Arts & Crafts Conference

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The Arts and Crafts Movement It was the style that changed America forever In 1910 the Arts and Crafts movement swept across the country, creating a demand for millions of modest, affordable bungalows filled with the handcrafted oak furniture of Gustav Stickley, matte green pottery by Grueby and Rookwood, mica lighting by the Roycroft Copper […]

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