Weavers from Warren Wilson College holding the blankets they created for the Blue Ridge Blankets Project. Miles Klein (left) and Matilda Law (right). In the dye garden at Warren Wilson College, in Swannanoa, NC.

Blue Ridge Blankets

The Blue Ridge Blankets Project connects fiber farmers, processors, dyers, and weavers in Western North Carolina to produce locally sourced, handcrafted blankets.

Artist Josh Cote outside in the sculpture garden at Grovewood Gallery posing next to one of his wire hare sculptures.

Artist Spotlight: Josh Coté

Artist Josh Coté is known for his intricate, life-size wire sculptures of wild and mythical creatures. His finished works are much like a pen and ink drawing in sculptural...

A grouping of colorful pysanky eggs by Asheville artist Andrea Kulish.

Artist Spotlight: Andrea Kulish

Artist Andrea Kulish, a first-generation Ukrainian-American, has been making pysanky since she was five years old. Pysanky eggs are Ukrainian Easter eggs decorated with traditional folk designs using a...

Bronze bear sculpture by artist Roger Martin sitting on a base outside in a garden.

Artist Spotlight: Roger Martin

North Carolina artist Roger Martin has been creating wildlife sculptures for 40 years. He is a Fellow of the National Sculpture Society and a signature member of The Society...

Landscape oil painting by Asheville artist Bryan Koontz titled Swannanoa Valley from Tanbark Ridge.

Artist Spotlight: Bryan Koontz

Asheville artist Bryan Koontz can date his ancestry in Western North Carolina back to the late 1700s. His deep appreciation for mountain culture, heritage, and scenery is evident in...

Fine furniture table and chairs by Asheville woodworker Andrew Stack.

Artist Spotlight: Andrew Stack

Based in Asheville, North Carolina, fine furniture maker Andrew Stack is inspired by Danish modern design. He says his work is driven by function, and he practices sustainability through...

Landscape oil painting titled The Autumn Gothic by Shawn Krueger.

Artist Spotlight: Shawn Krueger

Shawn Krueger's approach to painting is rooted in the American Arts & Crafts and Tonalist traditions – both based on love and respect for nature, hand-craftsmanship, and good design....

Blackbeard pirate cup handmade by Hog Hill Pottery in North Carolina.

Artist Spotlight: Hog Hill Pottery

Best known for their stoneware pottery inspired by the motifs of the Arts and Crafts movement, Hog Hill Pottery also offers a line of artisan-crafted pirate cups, a customer...

Grouping of Lyman Whitaker Wind Sculptures in the desert.

Artist Spotlight: Lyman Whitaker

Lyman Whitaker is one of Grovewood Gallery’s most celebrated artists. Since the 1980s, he has focused his artistic ability on gracefully capturing the spirit of the wind through his...