The Grove Arcade holds its Asheville Downtown Art Gallery Walk from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday. The evening will feature art exhibits, demonstrations, live music and refreshments.
If you've never been to the Grove Arcade, you've got to go. It's one of Asheville's most architecturally inspiring buildings, which is saying a lot in a town full of great architecture. Interesting historical footnote: It was a precursor to the now-ubiquitous mall.
Here is the promo from their official website:
"Celebrate the first downtown gallery art walk at the Grove Arcade on Friday, April 4th. Mountain Made is featuring the new work of local potter Maud Boleman (pictured). Boleman creates functional pottery the color of flowers such as peony, marigold, periwinkle and lilac. Mountain Made is also hosting live music from Robert Thomas. Cherokee carver and storyteller Freeman Owle will be demonstrating and entertaining visitors at the Grove Arcade ARTS & Heritage Gallery. Owle works in wood and stone and his presentation is organized in conjunction with the Shifting Winds exhibition, currently on view. "