Last Art After Dark of the season

Dec 04, 2013

Get into the swing of the holidays this Friday for the final installment of Art After Dark.

Shops, restaurants and galleries are dressed to the nines, and stay open late to provide festivities and entertainment. Festive Art After Dark flags denote participating galleries, such as Haywood County Arts Council’s Gallery 86, Earthworks, Jeweler’s Workbench, Twigs and Leaves Gallery, TPennington Art Gallery, Grace Cathey Sculpture Garden and Gallery, Cedar Hill Studios and the Village Framer.

Stop by and visit Gallery 86’ show, “It's A Small, small Work," featuring more than 70 local artists to find that perfect Christmas gift. The exhibit will run through Dec. 28.

At Twigs and Leaves Gallery artful “elves” will be ready to greet you, inspiring you with the perfect gift giving ideas. Pick up Photographer Jeff Stoner’s new book collaboration, “Current” that he will sign for you. Purchase honey infused body products by Sherrye Perry, owner of Gypsy Bee.

Be dazzled by Jeweler Don Haywood’s necklaces. Friday evening, as you stroll through the galleries, enjoy holiday, piano music by Waynesville’s Dr. Bill Stecher and delight in the seasonal hors d’eurves.

While you are out, don't miss the ever popular guitarist/singer/songwriter, James Hammel, who will be at The WineSeller from 7 to 10 p.m. His eclectic mix of jazz standards and songs everyone knows from Sting to James Taylor will surely get you in a joyous mood for the holidays.

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