Feb
15
Fri
Brandy Clements: Chair Caning & Seat Weaving @ Grovewood Gallery Tickets
Feb 15 @ 11:00 am – Feb 17 @ 4:00 pm
Brandy Clements: Chair Caning & Seat Weaving @ Grovewood Gallery | Asheville | North Carolina | United States

Brandy Clements of Silver River Center for Chair Caning – the nation’s only fully dedicated chair caning school and museum – will be at Grovewood Gallery on February 15-17 from 11am-4pm demonstrating a variety of seat weaving techniques, including hand-woven chair caning (laced caning), Shaker tape weaving, Danish cord weaving, and more. This is a hands-on demonstration where visitors are encouraged to step up and learn a few weaving techniques. Bring a photo of your special chair and get advice on restorations, or just share your chair’s story.

Demo: Traditional Oil Painting with Bryan Koontz @ Grovewood Gallery Tickets
Feb 15 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Demo: Traditional Oil Painting with Bryan Koontz @ Grovewood Gallery | Asheville | North Carolina | United States

Bryan Koontz, who was chosen to create the artwork for Biltmore’s 2018 Christmas wine labels, will be at Grovewood Gallery on February 15 and 16 from 11am-4pm demonstrating traditional oil painting techniques – working on a landscape, using photos to aid his memory, or painting en plein air (weather permitting).

Koontz is an Asheville native who can date his ancestry in Western North Carolina back to the late 1700s. His deep appreciation for the mountain culture, heritage, and scenery is evident in his artwork, which he paints in a realistic style similar to that of the mid to late 19th century American landscape painters. Employing traditional methods and archival materials, his aim is to produce works of art that will endure and be cherished for many generations.

Feb
16
Sat
Demo: Traditional Oil Painting with Bryan Koontz @ Grovewood Gallery Tickets
Feb 16 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Demo: Traditional Oil Painting with Bryan Koontz @ Grovewood Gallery | Asheville | North Carolina | United States

Bryan Koontz, who was chosen to create the artwork for Biltmore’s 2018 Christmas wine labels, will be at Grovewood Gallery on February 15 and 16 from 11am-4pm demonstrating traditional oil painting techniques – working on a landscape, using photos to aid his memory, or painting en plein air (weather permitting).

Koontz is an Asheville native who can date his ancestry in Western North Carolina back to the late 1700s. His deep appreciation for the mountain culture, heritage, and scenery is evident in his artwork, which he paints in a realistic style similar to that of the mid to late 19th century American landscape painters. Employing traditional methods and archival materials, his aim is to produce works of art that will endure and be cherished for many generations.