Process, Product and Community at Asheville BookWorks

Asheville is a hub for book arts, and at the center of the hub is Asheville BookWorks. Some of the most talented book and print artists from Asheville and across the nation teach and take classes, participate in exhibits and lectures, and celebrate at annual events at BookWorks. This exhibit highlights BookWorks as a resource for seasoned artists and newcomers alike and celebrates the artists who create, teach and learn at BookWorks.

The exhibit includes work by Dan Essig, Andy Farkas, Jessica White, Gwen Deihn, and Heather Allen-Swarttouw, amongst many others, in the mediums of bookbinding, papermaking, printmaking, letterpress and extended processes such as sculptural books, journals, and one-of kind art books.

Donít miss the gallery talk! Laurie Corral, director of Asheville BookWorks, and Frank Brannon of SpeakEasy Press, will talk about book arts and give an introduction to BookWorks.

On View: Aug 17 Ė Sep 28
Closing Reception: Sep 28 5-7pm

Call 251-6436 for directions or more information

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Gwen Diehn's Faubourg nan Main Bon Dieu relief print

Frank Brannon's Cherokee Phoenix Advent of a Newspaper

Participating Artists

  BookWorks Faculty

Frank Brannon
Laurie Corral
Dea Sasso
Dan Essig
Annie Cicale
Bonnie Allen
Jessica White
Bridgette Elmer
Andy Farkas
Gretchen Oury
Daniel Maw
Katherine McGinn
Cheryl Prose
Gwen Diehn
Heather Allen-Swarttouw
Tracie Pouliot
BookWorks Students

Nancy Darrell
Mary Carol Koester
Judith Beers
Una Barrett
Liz Simmonds
Kelly Kelbel
Virginia McKinley
Alice Oglesby
Laura Ladendorf
Kristalyn Bunyan
Holly Fouts

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