An exhibition of 12 quilted wall hangings. The daughter of a talented seamstress, Strong began quilting 15 years ago. The Asheville artist creates both traditional and artistic pieces using a variety of fabrics, including satins, velvets, and flannels. On display December 2002 - January 2003
Biltmore Industries Archive
An historical exhibit of manuscript material, photographs, and artifacts from the Biltmore Estate Industries, Biltmore Homespun Shops, Biltmore Industries, and related craft enterprises in Asheville, N.C ,1901-1991. In cooperation with Grovewood Gallery, Inc, whose website can be found here. On display November 2002.
Travels with Walter and Little Pocahontas by Nancy Hofmann UNCA Work Study Coordinator Nancy Hofmann shares photographs and paintings created by her grandfather Walter Layman. Layman, an artist and lecturer whose photographs appeared in The National Geographic Magazine, had a special interest in documenting the fast-disappearing way of life of Native Americans. With his canine companion Little Pocahontas, he traveled across the United States photographing members of many different tribes.
Cuba caminando by Thomas Kielczewski Digital travel photographs and collages by UNCA senior Thomas Kielczewski. Kielczewski, a multimedia arts and sciences major at UNCA, visited Cuba in 2001. On display September 2002.
Reflection of Self by Sarah Kate Eubanks
An exhibition of 25 photographs by UNCA senior Sara Kate Eubanks. The show is a culmination of her work toward her bachelor of arts degree at UNCA. On display August, 2002.
Subtle Elegance by Michael Morrison and Curry Schiavone Photography by Michael Morrison. Cast sculpture by Curry Schiavone. The show is a culmination of Morrison's and Schiavone's work toward their bachelor of arts degrees. On display May 2002.
Self-Portraits in Silence by Lindsey Peterson Lindsey Peterson's self-portrait oil painting series. The show is a culmination of her work toward her bachelor of arts degree at UNCA. On display April 2002.
Honoring Women by HandMade in America Diverse works by seven women artists, including works in clay by Cynthia Bringle, machine embroidery on cloth by Edwina Bringle, wall quilts and published books by Georgia Bonesteel, hand-marbled paper and fabric and published books by Patty Schleicher, hand-marbled paper and fabric by Mimi Schleicher, metal sculpture by Paige Davis, and baskets by Billie Ruth Sudduth. Presented by HandMade in America, whose website can be found here. Curator: Norma Bradley. On display March 2002.
Student Views of Greece Work inspired by summer experience in Greece, working on an archaeological dig. Photographs, prints, pottery, sketches. On display February 2002.
Three Views of Greece by Dr. Dorothy Dvorsky-Rohner, Dr. Alan Hantz, and Suzzy Sams A drawing and photography exhibit. The images were created during UNCA's field experience course in Archaeology last summer. Students, faculty, and staff traveled to Athens, Mycenae, Delphy, Mykonos, and Crete for one month of study and cultural experience. Highlights from the trip included archaeological field work at a Neolithic site on the island of Mykonos, lectures at major museums, and site tours on Crete and mainland Greece. On display January 2002.
Call for Exhibitors
We welcome art and informational exhibits that support our educational and community goals.