ARTS & CULTURE

Visual Arts

Visual Arts
Fiber sculptor Anne Lemanski narrates messages through her delicate conceptual creatures

Heather Knight imbues her delicate porcelain creations with textures inspired by elements of land and sea

At the hands of Leo Monahan, paper takes on a colorful, three-dimensional life

With birds in mind, one woodcrafter captures history in miniature

Lorraine Plaxico draws a harmonious union between art and architecture

Step aside, kids. The Catawba Science Center is giving grown-ups a chance to experiment after hours

Margaret Couch Cogswell injects child-like wonder in all her creations

Suzanne Q Evon’s evolution from glamour girl to luxe jeweler

Joel Queen expands on his legacy with contemporary and foreign influences

Wood shop rocks with the right tools

Lisa Klakulak sculpts accessories out of the woolliest of mediums

On your mark, get set, sew!

The Pipes Are Calling: Patrick Sky’s 40-year mission to revive an ancient Irish bagpipe

Double meanings: Inspiration found in the contrasts of daily life

Ugly America: Interpreting the state of poverty in this country

Man & Machines: Art and ideas in motion

Polished Delivery: Years of practicing behind the scenes pay off

Going with the grain: Wood and metal combine to form exquisite furnishings

Soul Searching: When painting becomes a meditative process

Past Perspectives: Capturing the flow of time in paper, paint, and ink

Truth be Told: Revisiting cultural icons through street art style

Taking Shape: One potter transforms her body of work

Feast for the Eyes: Putting the fun in functional pottery

Superheroes converge in Asheville for an assembly of comic proportions

Orient Expressed: Judith Duff creates her own translation of Japanese pottery

A photo exhibit zooms in on the best of the Blue Ridge

Jeff Pennypacker knows how to break the ice

An exhibit in Sylva puts art within reach with pieces priced at less than $200

Sew Cool: Katie Park's got a soft spot for sculpture and knitting

Ralph Berger transforms scrap metal into designs of intricate beauty

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Photographer Jon Leidel captures all the notable moments