Asheville Gallery of Art’s April show, “A Visual Contemplation: Land, Sea and Sky,” was a dual presentation of works by Karen Keil Brown and Gayle Havens. Their complementary styles showcase a breadth of vision and technique in landscape painting.
Asheville Gallery of Art’s February show, “Fresh Paint,” featured the work of two new members. Joseph Pearson’s figurative work and Susan Webb Tregay’s folk-art inspired paintings provide a thought-provoking and captivating display.
Asheville Gallery of Art’s December show, “Energy and Life” featured the works of Sun Sohovich and Kari Swanson. Their complementary blend of impressionistic and abstract styles creates glimpses of everyday life filled with vitality and color.
Asheville Gallery of Art’s October show, “Textures . . . Colors,” featured the work of Kate Thayer, whose ethereal rendering of light in her palette-knife oil paintings illuminates the beauty of the natural world.
Asheville Gallery of Art’s August show, “A Retrospective in Figurative,” featured the work of Cheri Brackett, whose dynamic, expressive figures capture the emotions, relationships, and movement of her subjects.