Mahogany House gallery features artists in April
The mahogany house art gallery and studios will feature artist Court McCracken and artist and photographer Kristalyn Bunyan during the month of April.
McCracken lives and works in Asheville and works in a series exploring organic systems. She studies both movement and pattern of ecology along with human behavior through found nature objects. The exhibit at mahogany house art gallery and studios features her acrylic and colored pencil drawings on rives paper.
Bunyan has been living in the Western North Carolina area since 2003. In 2007 she graduated from Mars Hill College with a bachelor's degree in art with concentrations in printmaking, religion/philosophy and women's studies. Her art includes both print making, transferring images and photography.
Interest in the feminine, cultural norms and landscape occupy the forefront of her perspective. The exhibit at the mahogany house includes some of her close up photography images.
Court and Kristalyn have studios in the Hatchery Studios Building in the River Arts District of Asheville. The artists' work will be on exhibit through the month of April at the mahagony house art studio and galleries at 240 Depot Street in the Historic Frog Level on Waynesville. Mahogany house is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.