Exhibition Directory

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Asheville Gallery of Art’s July show, “Abstract Art: Emancipating the Mind,” featured the work of Sally Lordeon, whose paintings capture her passion for abstract impressionism. 

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Asheville Gallery of Art’s June show, “The Wonder of It All”

featured the works of Anne McLaughlin and Sandra Brugh Moore, whose complementary painting styles capture the magic of experiencing the natural world.

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Asheville Gallery of Art’s May show, “The Color of Rain,” featured the work of Cheryl Keefer, who is well known for her atmospheric rainy street scenes and luminous landscapes.

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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.

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Asheville Gallery of Art’s March show, “Fresh Air,” featured the work of Sue Dolamore whose plein air paintings show her love both of the process and the natural environment.

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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.

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Asheville Gallery of Art’s January show, “A Colorful Beginning” ushered in the year with an expressive interpretation of color by more than 20 member artists.

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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.

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Asheville Gallery of Art’s November show, “Celebration” featured a group show of member artists’ work to mark the gallery’s 30th anniversary.

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 September show, “Life Is Art,” featured the work of Michelle Hamilton. Her colorful encaustics use the textural capabilities of the medium to give meaning to abstraction.

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.

Asheville Gallery of Art’s July show, “Bright & Bold,” featured the work of Bee Adams, whose dynamic, colorful paintings simultaneously tease and delight the eye.

Asheville Gallery of Art’s June show, “Color Our World,” featured the work of Reda Kay whose use of vividly bold color and symbolism captures the essence of time and place. 

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