Mike Smith has lived, taught, and photographed in and around Johnson City, Tennessee, for nearly 40 years. An army brat born in Germany in 1951, Smith served in Vietnam before attending the Massachusetts College of Art, receiving his MFA from Yale, and eventually relocating to Johnson City. But East Tennessee is a part of the world where even decades of hard work and residency don’t turn a transplant into a real local, as is suggested by the title of Smith’s 2004 book, You’re Not from Around Here.
Sharon Core grows rare blooms from seed in order to painstakingly recreate the arrangements of the masters...
Interview with Dawn Roe covering her current exhibitions at TMG and Revolve Asheville.
Jade Doskow's Lost Utopias is one of the featured portfolios in the July/August issue.
Interview with gallery artist Dawn Roe regarding her work and process.
Jade Doskow's Lost Utopias open at Front Room Gallery.
Works by 12 artists who have had such solo outings are brought together in SECCA’s latest group exhibition, on view through April 22 in the Main Gallery. Playing on North Carolina’s status as the 12th state to have ratified the U.S. Constitution, it’s titled “12 x 12: 12 Artists from the 12th State.”
Web feature on our "Future Past" exhibition.
Premeier issue of The Reservoir featuring and interview with Stacy Kranitz on her current project on Cancer Alley.
Article on the collaborative project by Stacy Kranitz and Zoe Strauss.
Web feature and gallery of Kranitz's current exhibition at TMG.
Interview with Kirsten Stolle regarding her exhibition "What Goes on Here."
Interview with Kirsten Stolle about her work upcoming exhibition.
The Top 5 things to do the week of August 10-17, 2017 in Asheville, NC. Exhibition "Transplants" was chosen.
Article on the gallery and current exhibition "Transplants."
General Gallery Press. Interview about the gallery and current exhibitions.
Feature on exhibition, McNair Evans: Confessions for a Son.
Web feature on Representing Place: Photographs of Appalachia.
Web feature on current exhibition, "Representing Place: Photographs of Appalachia"