June 2010

June 2010
A Cashiers home tells the tale of a love affair with primitive art

Support the literary arts with these creative bookends

Double meanings: Inspiration found in the contrasts of daily life

Ugly America: Interpreting the state of poverty in this country

Man & Machines: Art and ideas in motion

Polished Delivery: Years of practicing behind the scenes pay off

Going with the grain: Wood and metal combine to form exquisite furnishings

Soul Searching: When painting becomes a meditative process

Past Perspectives: Capturing the flow of time in paper, paint, and ink

Truth be Told: Revisiting cultural icons through street art style

Taking Shape: One potter transforms her body of work

Feast for the Eyes: Putting the fun in functional pottery

Tupelo Honey Café’s chef prepares a sweet spread with a bounty of blueberries picked in his backyard

Go beyond fruits and vegetables at your local tailgate markets

Nantahala Brewing Company is the newest and most refreshing reason to head for Bryson City

Western North Carolina’s first solar field makes good use of wasted space

Iron Horse Restaurant & Tavern fits right in with Hot Springs’ casual vibe

Visit the handmade expo and go crafty with your home design

Visit the handmade expo and go crafty with your home design

Playwrights: Brevard Little Theatre wants to see what you’ve got

Three groups cultivate your creative side

Two species of fireflies unique to Southern Appalachia illuminate the night

Meet the folks who grow your food during the Family Farm Tour