What: “Bob Dylan at Connemara”
When: 4-6 p.m., February 10, 2019
Where: The Gallery at Flat Rock, 2702-A Greenville Highway, Flat Rock
How much: $15 Purchase tickets here.
Live music event to highlight the impact of Carl Sandburg on the young Bob Dylan - featuring The Gathering Dark.
The Gallery at Flat Rock is excited to present “Meaning and Object: Life in Glass,” an exhibition of new work by glass artist Alison Chism, from October 18-28. Alison is the recipient of the 2017 Betty Taylor Award for Emerging Artists; her new body of work has been made possible through the award’s monetary prize distributed by the Community Foundation and the Arts Council of Henderson County.
An opening reception for “Meaning and Object: Life in Glass” will take place from 5-7 p.m. on October 18; the reception is free and open to the public. On October 25, Alison will present an artist talk at 5:30 p.m.
The Gallery at Flat Rock is excited to present “In the Land of Dreams,” an exhibition of paintings by artist Cynthia Wilson, from Aug. 16 – Sept. 9.
Primarily working in acrylic paints, Cynthia looks to tap into the realm of dreams and the distinct imagery and uncanny emotion they evoke. Some years ago, while at the Kanuga Dream Conference, she learned that dreams are for wholeness and healing, and that at least some of the dream symbols are universal to all people.
An opening reception for “In the Land of Dreams” will take place from 5-7 p.m. on Aug. 16; the reception is free and open to the public. On Aug. 23 Cynthia will present an artist talk at 5:30 p.m.
The Gallery at Flat Rock is proud to present “More Creatures Great & Small,” the second exhibit at the gallery to feature beloved beasts depicted in various media, by ten artists. The group show, which runs July 26 – Aug. 12, 2018, will include works by Valerie Beck, Diane Kilgore Condon, Marsha Hammel, Bobbie Polizzi, Holly Schlater, Lauryn Welch, Katherine Maloney, Larry Calkins, Becky Street and Ken Sedberry.
“More Creatures” will formally kick off on July 28 with an opening reception from 5-7pm.
Join us for demonstrations in the art of floral arranging. Laura Felt will demonstrate designs in the Ikenobo school of Ikebana, Emiko Suzuki will interpret a piece of art work in Ikenobo style of Ikebana, and Hannah Hall will show us how she designs her beautiful creations with what’s in season.
In a celebration of ephemeral beauty, The Gallery at Flat Rock pairs twenty professional floral designers with an equal number of artists to present imaginative interpretations of juried works of art for its third annual ‘Art in Bloom’ exhibit happening May 26 through May 28, 2018. A Preview Reception from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, May 25 will benefit high school art programs in the Henderson County Public Schools system. Click on event title to learn more.
A Preview Reception from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, May 25 will launch Art in Bloom. The reception is $25 to attend and proceeds form the evening will benefit the Henderson County public school art programs. Click on event title to learn more.
Exhibit: April 26 - May 20, 2018
April 26: Opening reception, 5 - 7pm
May 5: Artist Talk, 3pm
The Gallery at Flat Rock is proud to present RetroForward, a retrospective exhibit of artwork by Marsha Hammel, a Hendersonville-based painter whose colorful canvases depicting musicians, singers and dancers have been exhibited nationally and internationally. The RetroForward exhibition will include pieces by Hammel dating over the 30-year period between 1987-2017.
This first-ever month-long art obsession will launch March 3, with artists taking their respective art forms to the floorboards of the gallery in what promises to be a riotous display of creative activity.
Crafted as a stimulating cultural alternative to the endless mind-numbing basketball of that other March event, March Art Madness will get viewers involved with a free raffle offering a $150 prize for the art fan who clocks the most visits to witness artists in action as they show off their skilled finesse in paint, clay, wood and drawing media on the gallery floor.