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In addition to the Downtown Asheville Art District Walks that occur on the First Fridays, Woolworth Walk also has our own art events regularly.

On the First Friday of every month, there is an Opening Reception for the Featured Artist in the F.W. Gallery. Woolworth Walk also has extended hours during the summer, fall and holiday seasons, a Seconds Sale in February and occasionally hosts a private party.

Woolworth Walk is pleased to announce the following Featured Artist Shows:

September 1–29, 2023Liz Niemeyer + Jessica Hall

For the month of September, local artists Liz Niemeyer and Jessica Hall will be featured in the FW Gallery at Woolworth Walk. 

Liz fell in love with painting during her time at Eastern Illinois University where she studied studio art with talented and inspiring professors. After moving in 2009 to Raleigh, North Carolina, she met more incredible teachers. Through the study and practice of yoga, she finally felt connected to herself and the world around her. She also became a student of reiki, a form of energy healing.

The Blue Ridge Mountains beckoned her to be here so she made the move and since then, birthed two amazing people into the world. Becoming a mother has been the most complex and amazing identity shift she's ever experienced. When she has free time she enjoys gardening, disc golf and just going on walks.

Liz is inspired by the beauty and complexity of our worlds, both the outside natural world and the inner mindbody. Her creative process begins intuitively, working with colors and energies that she feels, and often her paintings will morph into a mountain scape with cosmic elements woven into it. She draws upon her memory of hikes in the Blue Ridge mountains, drives along the Blue Ridge Parkway and her inner emotional landscape to guide her in creating.

Her intention is for her pieces to leave you feeling expansive, inspired and tuned in to your own creativity. 

Jessica Hall's passion for jewelry started at a very young age. Over the years she has continued to experiment, fabricate and expand her skills. In the year 2000, she began studying the art of metal-smithing and has since attended courses at North Seattle Community College, Honolulu Academy of Arts, Revere Academy, The Crucible, Wolf Wax Workshops and more.

Today Jessica's knowledge and experience includes working with enamel, gemstone settings, design, repair and metal work. "My love and passion for the industry is apparent to anyone who's ever had a conversation with me about jewelry." Her styles and inspirations are fueled by nature, past travels, and day-to-day ideas. She incorporates recycled metals and "found" objects whenever possible. Her specialty is in the art of enamel which is apparent in the variety of bold brightly colored jewelry pieces showcased here and at her River Arts District studio.



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