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American Folk Art And Framing

Contemporary folk art including painting, wood fired pottery, found object sculpture, wood carving, and jewelry. Providing innovative solutions for the preservation and presentation of fine art.

Asheville

United States
Address:
64 Biltmore Ave.
28801
Phone: 828-281-2134
Fax: 828-281-2134
Website: www.amerifolk.com


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Artists Represented

Over seventy local and regional artists represented.


Forthcoming Exhibitions

"Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird" April 4-25, 2008
"Angels and Devils" June 6-26, 2008
"Surface Design" August 1-22, 2008


Previous Exhibitions

Michael Banks June 2005
Jimmy Lee Sudduth October 2005
Lila Graves June 2006
Lucy Hunnicutt October 2007


Submission Policy

Please e-mail the gallery to receive submission guidelines.


Press Releases

American Folk Art & Framing is pleased to announce our upcoming show ‚ÄúThirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird‚ÄĚ. This show was inspired by the poem of the same name by the American Modernist poet Wallace Stevens. We invited thirteen of our talented artists to read the poem and let it spark their imaginations. The results include paintings on board and canvas, wood carvings, jewelry, woodblock prints, and salt and wood-fired pottery.

The show will run from April 4-25th, 2008 with an opening reception on Friday, April 4, 5:00-8:00 pm. Participating artists are: Amanda Riddle, Cornbread, Betsy Carr, Eric Legge, Kent Ambler, Kristin Helberg, Kyle Carpenter, Liz Sullivan, Lucy Hunnicutt, Moni Hill, Stacy Lambert, Ivy Billiot, and Shawn Ireland.

American Folk Art & Framing is located in downtown Asheville at 64 Biltmore Ave. We represent visionary and self-taught local and regional artists. We are open daily Monday-Saturday 10:00-6:00 and Sunday 12:00-5:00.


Press Links

http://citizen-times.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=200880201111


Location And Getting There

Asheville, NC 28804


Contact-Directors/Staff

Betsey-Rose Weiss


Opening Times

Sunday 12-5 pm
Monday-Saturday 10 am-6 pm