Our last gallery hop of the year is tomorrow, Friday, December 16th from 11am - 8pm and we have two very special events!
3pm Tea Ceremony with Emiko Suzuki
Take a break from the hectic season and enjoy the peaceful tradition of Japanese tea ceremony. Emiko Suzuki, owner of the WNC Japanese Cultural Center, will be doing a 30 minute demonstration on the wabi sabi art for all to enjoy.
5pm Award Ceremony for GFR artist Lucy Clark
Recipient of the Betty Taylor Award for Emerging Artist
We are so pleased for gallery artist, Lucy Clark, who is the first recipient of the Betty Taylor Award for Emerging Artists given by the Arts Council of Henderson County in collaboration with the Community Foundation of Henderson County.
"Lucy Clark is a clay artist who plans to attend a three week workshop to study under master potter, Clarence Cruz, at the Georgia O’Keefe Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu, NM. The grant award will support her attendance at the workshop in early January, and afterward, the construction of a kiln." - Patty Smyers, ACofHC.
Come join us in this very special celebration of one of Western North Carolina's finest artist!