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Lumberyard Artists Gather For Event

Lumberyard Artists Gather For Event

The Lumberyard Arts District in Brevard will be buzzing on Friday night as artists from The Haen Gallery, Circle Factory, and Lumberyard Studios gather to present new work, demonstrate techniques, and present installation art during Brevard’s Gallery Walk from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. Artists J. Aaron Alderman, Mary Farmer, and Ben Nixon will demonstrate their…

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Annual Lynn Boggess Exhibition Planned

Annual Lynn Boggess Exhibition Planned

We are excited to announce our annual Lynn Boggess exhibition. We hope you will join us to see a stunning collection of new work from this extraordinary artist at the opening reception on Saturday, October 17th from 5:30–7:30pm in our Asheville Gallery. RSVP by clicking here.  

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ARTICULATIONS Opens May 30, 2015

ARTICULATIONS Opens May 30, 2015

The Haen Gallery at Lumberyard Arts in Brevard is proud to debut stunning new work by twelve sculptors with a new exhibition entitled ARTICULATIONS. The opening reception for the show will be Saturday, May 30th from 5pm to 8pm and will run through the end of July. ARTICULATIONS introduces the work of Kenn Kotara, John…

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New work by sculptor Dana Gingras

New work by sculptor Dana Gingras

Three stunning new pieces by Dana Gingras have arrived at our Asheville gallery and they are a new direction for this talented artist. Slip cast stoneware, these vibrant sculptures are a labor of love and a process that Gingras has developed. Each involves a long process of mold-making, casting, sanding, firing, and the skillful application…

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Ben Nixon at the Asheville Art Museum

Ben Nixon at the Asheville Art Museum

ASHEVILLE ART MUSEUM ADDS BEN NIXON TO COLLECTION  A stunning photograph by Asheville-area photographer Ben Nixon has been acquired by the Asheville Art Museum for their permanent collection. Nixon creates landscapes of extraordinary beauty through the unwieldy nineteenth-century wet-plate collodion process, a hands-on photographic technique that offers the artist tight control of materials and yet…

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Mildred Jarrett triptych in Nashville Airport

Mildred Jarrett triptych in Nashville Airport

We are excited to announce that this stunning 12′ x 5′ triptych by Mildred Jarrett will be on display at the Nashville airport beginning in March 2015. Look for it in the Southwestern ticket area and contact our gallery for more information. You can also see more of Jarrett’s work and learn more about this…

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Two New Paintings by Marlise Newman

Two New Paintings by Marlise Newman

Two new paintings by Charlotte, North Carolina artist Marlise Newman have arrived in our Brevard gallery. “Reflections Of” (shown above) is an oil on canvas and 40″ x 30″. “The Hills” (shown below) is an oil on panel an 30″ x 30″. To see more work by this talented artist, please click here.  

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Two New Ursula Gullow Paintings

Two New Ursula Gullow Paintings

We are thrilled to have two stunning new paintings by artist Ursula Gullow and excited that one of them features a new subject matter for her… the symphony! The piece above, appropriately entitled “The Symphony” is 40″ x 30″ and oil on canvas. Gullow has also delivered a new painting from her “Grand Central Station”…

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Angela Black Joins Gallery

Angela Black Joins Gallery

We are proud to announce that Tennessee-based sculptor Angela Black has joined our gallery. Black’s sensual sculptures are hewn and masterfully sculpted from carefully chosen woods such as walnut, maple, oak and cherry. Black chooses to carve aspects of the human figure from the wood as she believes the tree perfectly mirrors the stages of…

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Stunning New Colby Caldwell Piece

Stunning New Colby Caldwell Piece

A vibrant contrast to the winter cold, this stunning piece by Colby Caldwell, entitled “After Nature [137]” is now in our Brevard gallery. An archival ink jet print waxed & mounted on wood panel, it is 55″ x 45.5″.  See more of Colby Caldwell’s work here.

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