Come see Handmade Sculptural Leaves "contemporary fossils"created by local artist, John Wayne Jackson. At Seven Sisters Gallery, 117 Cherry St. Black Mtn NC
Until December 2, 2017 - At Swannanoa Valley Museum, 223 W. State St. Black Mountain. Rafael Guastavino and his son created more than 1,000 unique tile domes and vaultings. Locally at Biltmore Estate and the Basilica of St. Lawrence in Asheville. This major exhibit about the Guastavinos' life has been in Boston, Washington, DC and New York City. Admission by donation. Museum Open Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5pm. Visit the exhibition then venture nearby to Christmont Conference Center, the location of his former estate…
Enjoy artwork created by Swannanoa Valley Fine Art League artists on display at The Monte Vista Hotel, 308 W. State St. Black Mtn. FREE Michelle Hamilton's encaustic and mixed media art, Patricia Cotterill's oil "personality plus" cows and goats, Bobbie Roberts' oil landscapes, flowers and portraits, Ann Bevan's oils representing springtime in the mountains Diane Hammer's South American Red Toed Tree Frog collection Sylvia McCollum's silver jewelry Alan Kaufman's whimsical, one-of-a-king found art objects.
Our market is a seasonal Saturday morning community event featuring organic and sustainably grown food, arts and handcrafted items and much more. A family event every Saturday from May through November.
Display of over 25 artists' works! Tuesday - Saturday 11am-5pm. Sunday 1-4pm at Red House Studios and Art Gallery.
May 20 - June 30 at Flood Gallery Fine Art Center (2160 Hwy 70, Swannanoa, NC.) Exhibit is an exploration of masks showing portraits of people hiding their inter-most personas behind exotic masks from around the world. Call 828-273-3332 for seasonal hours or to make an appointment.
Every Thursday evening 5-7pm. Enjoy free wine tasting and great sale prices. Gourmet dinners are also available with reservations.
Andy Cohen and Ash Devine performing original and traditional folk and country blues at the Flood Fine Art Center, 2160 US 70 in Swannanoa. Thursday, May 25, at 7pm by donation.
"The Wild Child" by Francois Truffaut (France 1970; 1 hr 23 min) An essentially true story of a "wolf boy" who lived like and animal in the woods. Thoughtful statement on the way young people grow up, explore themselves, and attempt to function creatively in the world. Friday, May 26, 8pm. Open donation.
Sat. May 27 6pm at Black Mountain Pool. Donation - $5.00 Prizes and gift certificates from local merchants. Need not be present to win. Benefits programs of Black Mountain Lions Club.
Nearly 100 tartan banner carriers march in one of the nations largest Kirkin of the Tartan worship services. Pagenantry begins at 10:15am May 28, outside Anderson Auditorium when the Montreat Scottish Pipes and Drum Band plays at the Popin' on the Green. Worship service is 11am in Anderson Auditorium. Assembly Inn in Montreat will be open for buffet lunch with a Scottish flair for those with reservations -828- 669-2911. First-come, first-serve. Reserve now.