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 9 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.
Kansas woodworker Don Gauthier, known for his finely crafted furniture, will be at Grovewood Gallery from 11am – 4pm on February 17 & 18 in … more
Susan Lenz: In Stitches opens at Grovewood Gallery in Grovewood Village on Friday, February 17, 2017. This exhibition will showcase framed textile art … more
Asheville artists Melissa Engler and Graeme Priddle will demonstrate woodturning techniques as well as various applications of surface design on … 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
The annual Sip & Shop event at Grovewood Gallery in Grovewood Village will feature American-made art and craft, demonstrations by local artists, … more