Joanne O’Sullivan

Joanne O’Sullivan
A Sparta furniture maker takes craftsmanship personally

Penland fellow Seth Gould elevates toolmaking to an art form

A Waynesville purveyor of jams, jellies, and pickles updates tradition with unexpected ingredients

A father-daughter team in Ashe County stretches maple syrup making to its southernmost limits

A home in Asheville’s Ramble neighborhood balances contemporary design with warmth

Cristina Córdova’s larger than life paintings grace Penland’s grand new gallery

The new Farm Heritage Trail highlights North Buncombe’s scenic working landscape

Catch iconic performers and innovative arts at Appalachian Summer Festival

Kehren Barbour and Michael Luchtan’s Post Piano Project explores sustainability through art and music

Asheville artist Nancy Hilliard Joyce puts a new spin on the circle of life

Artist Hayden Wilson builds on a legacy in glass

Barkley’s Mill in Barnardsville revives the old-fashioned grits tradition

Asheville’s In Blue leather goods marries two local favorites: music and making

Asheville artist Matt Tommey’s sculptural baskets reflect nature’s wild creativity

After 30 years as a sculptor, Stoney Lamar is more prolific than ever

Bike parts maker Cane Creek Cycling Components keeps manufacturing on track in the mountains

Potter Reiko Miyagi brings deep meaning to her ceramics

Penland artist David Chatt proves beadwork can transcend handicraft

Asheville artist Andy Farkas tells poetic stories through delicate prints and engravings

WCU Fine Art Museum offers a retrospective exhibit of Vadim Bora’s portraits

Boone artist Arthur Hash rethinks the way we see and wear jewelry

Asheville’s Old Wood Co. revives North Carolina furniture making, one table at a time

Kim Ellington keeps the Catawba Valley pottery tradition alive

Burnsville artist Mel Chin defies convention and challenges the definition of art

Inspired tours bring art lovers to artists where they live and work

Muralist Molly Must uses public art to tell community stories

Asheville designer Robert Nicholas re-envisions salvage materials as bold lighting

Swannanoa painter Sally Sweetland brings an architect's eye to painting

George Peterson pounds, carves, and cuts salvaged wood and skateboard decks into modern art

Photographer Rob Amberg chronicles the raw beauty and complexities of everyday life in Madison County

From opening a new studio to teaching, ceramist Jason Bige Burnett is in art overdrive

Andrew Hayes’ metal and paper sculpture deconstructs the book

Daniel Nevins' latest work takes a powerful new turn

Waynesville artist Margaret Roberts transforms watercolor with collage techniques

Polk County artist Janet Orselli reanimates abandoned objects to create uncommon beauty

Metal artist David Earl Tomlinson puts a tough spin on the classic quilt

Layers of texture and color beautify Deb Karash's vivid art jewelry