Ashe Art Crawl is Back with More than a Dozen Galleries

Published Thursday, July 12, 2012 at 4:39 pm

July 12, 1012. The Ashe Gallery Crawl is Back! Join your Friends and Neighbors in Downtown West Jefferson for Gallery Crawl Friday, July 13 5-8 p.m. 

Participating Galleries Include:

Acorn Gallery

The Acorn Gallery is the oldest fine art gallery in West Jefferson, located in the lush hills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

103 Long Street, West Jefferson

www.acorngallery.com

 

Ashe Arts Center

Located in the Ashe Arts Center, The Gallery consists of changing exhibits of local artists and performances of music, poetry, literature and more.

303 School Ave, West Jefferson 

www.ashecountyarts.org

 

Ashe Custom Framing and Gallery

Ashe Custom Framing & Gallery, with over 18 years of service to the community, is the oldest custom framer Ashe County’s West Jefferson Arts Ditrict.

105 S Jefferson Ave, West Jefferson

 www.ashecustomframing.com

 

Backstreet Beads and Handcrafted Jewelry

Jewelry and Beads of Distinction

111 A North Jefferson Avenue, West Jefferson

www.backstreetbeads.com

 

Bohemia Gallery 

A gathering of artists, musicians and writers living an unconventional life – Bohemia features both local & national artists, as well as live music on the weekends. Bohemia is now the official tasting outlet for New Rivery Winery, Ashe County’s first official winery.

106 N Jefferson Avenue, West Jefferson

www.bohemianc.com

 

Broomfields Gallery

From focal points to the finer points, the gallery provides affordable design solutions in gifts, antiques, collectibles, fine art, art photos, carvings, pottery and textiles. A combination of complementary products and services offers a unique opportunity for those wishing to enhance their surroundings.Featured are the unusual and the unexpected.

414 E. 2nd Street, West Jefferson

www.broomfieldsgallery.com

 

CatchLight Gallery

Join them in hosting Ashe County photographer, Phil Rhyne during the July 13 Gallery Crawl. Phil is well known for his wildlife and nature photography. Being an active outdoors man has allowed him the opportunity to get “up close and personal” with a number of his wild subjects. Meet and Greet with Phil and find out “how he does it.”  You are sure to be entertained.

118 N Jefferson Avenue, West Jefferson

www.CatchLightGallery.net

 

Originals Only Gallery

Original works of art by two of Ashe County’s favorite artists, Joan Stiles Bell and Lenore De Pree will be featured July 13. The gallery is also featuring fine handcrafted wood furniture by Tom Sternal and pottery by David and Sherry Hoffman.

3-B N.Jefferson Ave., West Jefferson

www.originalsonlygallery.com

 

Ripples Gallery

Unique gallery featuring original stained glass, photography and other works by Clayton Proctor. Located in historic downtown West Jefferson, this gallery also offers antiques and handcrafted furniture.

101 North Jefferson Avenue, West Jefferson

www.claytonproctor.com

 

R.T. Morgan Art Gallery

R. T. Morgan creates art in both two and three dimensions. Having worked mainly in stone to the late 1990’s, the artist began working in steel and stainless steel as well as returning to his childhood passion of painting. R.T. has maintained a professional artist studio full time in the Appalachian Mountains since 1986. His art is represented in galleries in the southeast and is placed in corporate and private collections throughout the world.

120 N. Jefferson Ave, West Jefferson

www.rtmorganartgallery.com

 

Shoemaker – Hadley Studio

Stephen Sharpe Shoemaker is a wonderfully, detailed artist located in downtown West Jefferson. You will find giclées, lithographs, puzzles and even original works available for sale. Commissioned work also available.

113 South Jefferson Ave., West Jefferson

www.stephenshoemaker.com

 

The Artists Theatre

The Artists’ Theatre, located in the charming town of West Jefferson is owned and operated by Steve and Lisa Willingham. It is a gallery experience you will remember and want to tell your friends about. The building, built around 1900 has been a varied menagerie of things from the first Ford auto dealership in the 1920s, a movie theater in the 30s and 40s, used furniture store in the 50s, 60s 70s and 80s and an office in the 90s. Now it is perhaps the most unusual gallery you will ever see. Patrons constantly comment on the beauty and aesthetic environment the gallery provides.

8 East Main St., West Jefferson

www.theartiststheatre.com

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