Honoring Chuck Marting, Photographer
Black and White Photographs by the Asheville Traditional Photographers Group:
Bruce Black, Bill Logan, Roger Miller, Lee Morgan, John Newton, Jim Norman, Bill Smith, Leigh Svenson and Bob Walther.
ON EXHIBIT: September 2 - 29, 2014
OPENING RECEPTION: September 4, 6-8 pm
Chuck Marting was a musician, trucker, neonatal nurse, traveler, philanthropist and dear friend. To honor Chuck, this exhibit also includes several of his photographs.
Photographs by Keeley Turner
On Exhibit: August 1-30, 2014
Meet the artist: August 19, 6-8pm Blowers Gallery
This exhibition is about being part of the music. Capturing the excitement of the audience and the performer.
The Wonder of Nature
Watercolors by Janice Lape'
ON EXHBIT: June 5-July 7, 2014
OPENING RECEPTION: Sunday June 8, 4-6pm
Janice Lape', an expressionistic creator and beloved teacher, paints in bold colors with a loose flowing technique. She has taught watercolor classes at Woolworth Gallery for over 5 years.
Like Me: An Exploration of Social Identity
Photographs by Shonie Kuykendall
On Exhibit: April 28-May 28, 2014
Opening Reception: April 28, 6-8 pm
"Like Me" takes a look at how photography is evolving socially into an easy way to create one's own visual identity.
International Photo Contest
On Exhibit: April 1 - April 27, 2014
Opening Reception: Tuesday April 8, 12-1pm, Blowers Gallery
Study Abroad is pleased to present the winners of the annual International Photo Contest. The contest and exhibit encourages our UNC Asheville travelers to create a photographic record of their experiences. During the reception, students will share stories of their travels.
Sacred Places, Special Faces: Photos from India nd Bhutan
Photographs by Meredith Norwood
ON EXHIBIT: March 1-28, 2014
Norwood travelled for 6 weeks visiting India and Bhutan. These photographs are samples of places and people who touched her heart and made her laugh.
Robert Wilson vs. Burning Man
Photographs by Pavel Antonov
On Exhibit: January 14 - February 28, 2014
This two part exhibition examines two different events in American culture. Jan. 14-Feb 4, features photographs of the Burning Man Festival in Nevada and from Feb. 6-28, featues photographs of Robert Wilson, "a towering figure in the world of experimental theater."
Pavel, born 1962 in Volgograd, USSR, graduated from Moscow University of Culture in 1991 and spent 7 years exhibiting in Europe, before moving to New York in 1998 to begin work as a freelance photographer. He is known, for his work in theater and fashion photography and his exhibits have spanned from Moscow to Zurich to New York.
Slide Show and Talk by Pavel Antonov on Monday, February 17 from 3:00-4:00 in the Whitman Room of Ramsey Library.
Call for Exhibitors
We welcome art and informational exhibits that support our educational and community goals.
Check our Information for Artists and Exhibitors page or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information.