Crawford Art Gallery

Located inside the Perkins Raymond Building, the John M. Crawford 1933 Art Gallery is a memorial to a man who dedicated his life to the arts and who remained devoted to Asheville School. Mr. Crawford was a prominent collector of Chinese calligraphy and painting, and he was a trustee of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Curated by Asheville School Art Teacher Casey Arbor, the John M. Crawford Art Gallery hosts four exhibits by professional artists and two student exhibits per school year.

Recent Openings and Exhibits

Asheville School Features New Exhibit by Cindy Walton - "Confluence: Abstraction and Landscape Coming Together"

Asheville Artist Cindy Walton paints abstract landscapes that pursue the essence and soul of natural beauty. Her upcoming exhibit, "Confluence" will hand in Asheville School's John M. Crawford, Jr. Art Gallery from November 6 to December 17. Walton will join Asheville School for an opening reception on November 9.

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