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Asheville Artist Studios & Artists

River Arts District -working artists studios located on Clingman Ave, Depot St.., Riverside Drive, Take classes. See paintings, pottery, sculpture, jewelry, textiles, furniture.

Jonas Gerard Fine Art - studio located at 240 Clingman Ave in River Arts District, a national known artist, paintings

David Stewart - studio located at 347 Depot St, paintings

UNCA art department -Owen Hall on UNCA campus, exhibits artwork by students, faculty and professional artists.

Brent Skidmore - professor of art at UNCA, unique furniture, mirrors and sculpture.

Virginia Derryberry - professor of art at UNCA, paintings, artwork exhibitions shown throughout the United States

Number 7 Arts The Coop
7 E Main St
Brevard, NC

Michael Carrier Portraits

Crucible Glassworks
106 N Lexington Avenue
Asheville, NC

Benjamin Long IV Studio
122 College Street
Asheville, NC

Mountain Arts Outpost
202 N Main Street
Hendersonville, NC

Swannanoa Valley Fine Arts League Studio
999 W Old Hwy 70
Black Mountain, NC

Art Metal Work

Sculptures by Berry Bate
2 Winners Circle
Arden, NC

Steebo Design
355 Haywood Rd
Asheville, NC

Welding Unlimited Inc
3632 Butler Bridge Rd
Fletcher, NC

Artist Sally Middleton

The Magical Realm of Sallie Middleton -  a wonderful book with illustrations by Sally Middleton. 

Sally Middleton grew up in the mountains of North Carolina near Asheville, more specifically in Chunns Cove. Sally painted wildlife that was native to the area such as wildflowers, foxes, and rabbits.

Black Mountain: An Exploration in Community - With faculty and alumni that included John Cage, Robert Creeley, Merce Cunningham, Buckminster Fuller, Charles Olson, Josef and Anna Albers, Paul Goodman, and Robert Rauschenberg, Black Mountain College ranked among the most important artistic and intellectual communities of the twentieth century. In his groundbreaking history, Martin Duberman uses interviews, anecdotes, and research to depict the relationships that made Black Mountain College what it was.