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at The Grove Park Inn since 1988

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An Evening With The Asheville Art Museum

An Evening With The Asheville Art Museum

Attendees of the 30th Anniversary National Arts & Crafts Conference, February 17th-19th, are in for a real treat. They have first pick of the limited number of seats available for a special evening with the Asheville Art Museum as they welcome speaker Martha Walker Fullington who will be presenting, Richard Sharp Smith: Asheville's Arts & Crafts Architect. This Saturday evening Conference weekend staple is always a treat for those attendees that wish to explore all that...

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Those Pre-Conference Activities

Those Pre-Conference Activities


While at first glance it may seem like the 30th National Arts and Crafts Conference at the Grove Park Inn is a three-day event, we actually have enough pre-conference activities to give you an excuse to come to Asheville a day earlier.


(And to have a good time.)


If three words can sum up the Arts and Crafts philosophy, they are Head, Heart and Hands.


Our Hearts start beating faster when we step into the shows each afternoon and see the fabulous array of Arts and Crafts...

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Your Holidays Just Got Even Better!

Your Holidays Just Got Even Better!

I know it's hard to come by but if you have some extra space in your holiday calendar, be sure to squeeze in at least a few of these amazing events -- all full of Arts and Crafts cheer! From auctions to holiday fairs to exhibitions and home tours, there is something for everyone. Bonus: they would all make wonderful gifts for the Arts and Crafts collector in your life! Be sure to check out your favorite local and regional Arts and Crafts sites for even more holiday...

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What's It Worth?

Dow, Arthur Wesley 'Flowering Orchard or Newbury Willows' Woodblock Print

Dow, Arthur Wesley 'Flowering Orchard or Newbury Willows' Woodblock Print
Arthur Wesley Dow, (American, 1857-1922), Flowering Orchard or Newbury Willows, color woodblock print, signed in block, framed, 4.25" x 7", $3,000-5,000, Provenance: David Judd, Grove Park Inn Conference, February 2010; The Collection of Robert and Elaine Dillof, Croton Falls, NY. Estimate $3,000 - $5,000 (Toomey-Treadway Auction, December 6th, 2014) Sold for $4,687.50.
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