A locally-owned destination for fine American made art and craft since 1992 - includes rotating exhibitions, an impressive second-floor studio furniture collection, outdoor sculpture gardens, and working artist studios. The gallery is housed in the historic weaving and woodworking complex of Biltmore Industries, located adjacent to The Omni Grove Park Inn in North Asheville. Open daily except Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day. Free parking on site.
Grovewood is also home to the Estes-Winn Antique Car Museum, the North Carolina Homespun Museum, as well as Asheville’s new Greek and Mediterranean restaurant, Golden Fleece Slow Earth Kitchen. The property, with its six cottages built from 1917 - 1924, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
During this solo exhibition, Grovewood Gallery is offering a window into the creative world of North Carolina-based artist Josh Cote, known for his … more
In celebration of American Craft Week, Grovewood Gallery in Asheville will connect local makers with the public on Saturday, October 8. Visitors will … more
Watch Asheville artist Karen Kennedy needle-felt fall pumpkins using locally dyed wool. Karen is a graduate of Haywood Community College's … more
Watch Asheville artist Yvonne Engler demonstrate the mesmerizing, time-honored art of weaving. On a traditional foot-powered loom, she will skillfully … more
Asheville artists Melissa Engler and Graeme Priddle will demonstrate wood turning techniques as well as various applications of surface design that … more
On Saturday, October 22, Asheville artist Tess Darling will be at Grovewood Gallery demonstrating some of the drawing and painting techniques that she … more
Watch Asheville artist Karen Kennedy needle-felt fall pumpkins and snowmen using locally dyed wool. Karen is a graduate of Haywood Community College's … more
Vessels of Merriment is back for another round! Featuring the works of 14 ceramic artists from around the country, this intoxicating exhibition of … more
Grovewood Gallery will connect local makers with the public on Saturday, February 18. Visitors will have the opportunity to go behind-the-scenes and … more