Jonas Gerard Fine Art

Jonas Gerard was one of Asheville’s most beloved and prolific artists prior to his death on September 25, 2020. He was known for his brilliant acrylic colors and textures that bring joy to people's hearts. Internationally known, Ashevile was his home for more than a decade. Jonas’ Riverview Station Studio is not only home to his art, but is also available as an event space. Inside this 5,000 sq. ft. space you will be cradled in the vibrancy of his work. You are welcome to touch the art and bask in the joy and soulfulness of his work. Linger as long as you like while each painting or sculpture takes life. A stop here is an "Asheville must see" for visitors and locals alike!

Jonas Gerard Fine Art is open year-round, 7 days a week, 10 am to 6 pm with easy access and plenty of free parking.


Welcome music, science, and history lovers! The Moogseum is the museum that brings American inventor Bob Moog's pioneering legacy to life with interactive exhibits that include an immersive dome to experience how electricity becomes sound, a historical exploration of synthesizers, and the opportunity for guests to play both Theremins and Moog synthesizers. The Moogseum opened at 56 Broadway St., in the heart of downtown Asheville, on May 23, 2019, which would have been the inventor's 85th birthday. The museum's mission is to educate and inspire people of all ages, just as Bob Moog did himself.

A project of the Bob Moog Foundation, the Moogseum is a one-of-a-kind multi-sensory experience of the music, history, and science of electronic music that includes exhibits designed for playful exploration of sound, technology, and science.

Envision Moog's creative process by exploring the recreation of his workbench. Step inside an immersive dome where you can learn how electricity turns into sound when it goes through a circuit. Explore an interactive timeline of Moog's life and the history of sound synthesis which includes a music player with over 95 hit songs, from the 60s to today, that include Moog instruments. Dive deeper into the archival center, which features more than 1,000 pieces of rare archival material accessible by touch-screen kiosks, to explore 34 different historically important synthesizers in the Timeline of Synthesis exhibit. There are also rare memorabilia items on display, including one of the first theremins Moog built when he started his company in 1954.

The Moogseum shop offers an array of iconic items for sale to celebrate your visit as well as a curated collection of gifts for discerning friends.

New Morning Gallery

New Morning Gallery delightfully displays an abundant selection of decorative and functional craft — all handmade by American artisans. Ceramics, jewelry, furniture, lighting, glass, home accessories and garden art fill the 12,300 sq. ft. gallery in unique vignettes.
Art For Living
Friendly Gift and Wedding Registry
Located in Historic Biltmore Village adjacent to sister gallery Bellagio Art To Wear.

Southern Highland Craft Guild

The Southern Highland Craft Guild has been shaping the creative economy for 90 years. Exhibiting handmade crafts of North Carolina and the Southeast, the Guild cultivates commerce for craftspeople in the Appalachian regions with four retail locations and an online shop. Today, it is one of the strongest craft organizations in the country--representing just over 800 makers in 293 counties from nine states, hosting 5 educational events and two Craft Fairs each year. What started as a network of the area’s creativity and arts to boost income for craftspeople during the Great Depression, has become an iconic fixture of the craft revival movement.

Momentum Gallery

Miya Gallery

Miya Gallery is located in the heart of downtown Weaverville just a short ride north of Asheville, NC.  We exhibit the works of over 35 local artisans and house the jewelry studios of Jennifer Jenkins, Jason Janow and Mary Timmer, where we specialize in custom design and jewelry repair. Here you will find one of the best collections of hand made jewelry in the area plus fine handcrafts and fine art. From the whimsical to stunning fine jewelry, Miya has become a real gem in the gallery/art scene of Western North Carolina.

Woolworth Walk

Woolworth Walk features about 170 local artists offering jewelry, fine art, decorative art and crafts in it's nearly 20,000 square feet of air-conditioned, quality display space.

The Historic F.W. Woolworth Building in the heart of downtown Asheville, is home to a uniquely "Asheville" experience; a place where you can browse the best local art while sipping a milkshake from the Old Fashioned Soda Fountain.

Our artists range from casual crafter to professionally trained artisans, from retired art hobbiests to Southern Highland Guild Craft members. The diversity of art displayed is vast, and guaranteed to provide you plenty to fall in love with for yourself and for any gift occasion.

Woolworth Walk's goal is to provide a venue for local artists to connect with art lovers, to share their passion in creating art and to enhance your surroundings when you take something home.

Blue Spiral 1

Blue Spiral 1 exhibits work by exceptional artists and object makers in a light-filled, 15,000 square-foot gallery spanning three floors. This spacious setting allows the gallery to offer considerable diversity, affording accessibility to various tastes and aesthetics. Blue Spiral 1 maintains an extensive exhibition schedule, presenting over 25 shows annually. Thematic group exhibitions and individual artist showcases rotate in the Main and Lower Level galleries every other month, while the gallery's Upper Level features a wide array of works by over 100 represented artists.