Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Hive Alive Art Show

Hive Alive Art Show

Just around the corner from where Matt Willey will be painting a larger-than-life bee mural is Art MoB Studios and Marketplace, where the work of over 80 local and regional fine artists and fine crafters is on display. Art MoB artists have donated selected artwork for sale, with 100% of proceeds going to the “Bring the Hive Alive” bee mural project. Most artwork including paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, glasswork, woodwork, and more is priced from $25-100. One-piece will be raffled off at an upcoming artist reception. “Art MoB and our artists believe in giving back to the community, to show our support to those that support us, and for the benefit of the bees and their hives. So much depends on this.” – Michele Sparks, owner of Art Mob. Everyone is invited to join us to view and purchase artwork. All CDC guidelines are in place from the time you come in the door. No cost to view the show. Visitors are encouraged to purchase artwork to support the project. The Hive Alive Art Show runs Saturday, October 3 – Sunday, November 15 during gallery hours (11 AM – 5 PM, Monday, Wednesday – Saturday. 1:00- 4:30 PM on Sunday. Closed on Tuesday.).

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Hive Alive Art Show

Hive Alive Art Show

Just around the corner from where Matt Willey will be painting a larger-than-life bee mural is Art MoB Studios and Marketplace, where the work of over 80 local and regional fine artists and fine crafters is on display. Art MoB artists have donated selected artwork for sale, with 100% of proceeds going to the “Bring the Hive Alive” bee mural project. Most artwork including paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, glasswork, woodwork, and more is priced from $25-100. One-piece will be raffled off at an upcoming artist reception. “Art MoB and our artists believe in giving back to the community, to show our support to those that support us, and for the benefit of the bees and their hives. So much depends on this.” – Michele Sparks, owner of Art Mob. Everyone is invited to join us to view and purchase artwork. All CDC guidelines are in place from the time you come in the door. No cost to view the show. Visitors are encouraged to purchase artwork to support the project. The Hive Alive Art Show runs Saturday, October 3 – Sunday, November 15 during gallery hours (11 AM – 5 PM, Monday, Wednesday – Saturday. 1:00- 4:30 PM on Sunday. Closed on Tuesday.).

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Hive Alive Art Show

Hive Alive Art Show

Just around the corner from where Matt Willey will be painting a larger-than-life bee mural is Art MoB Studios and Marketplace, where the work of over 80 local and regional fine artists and fine crafters is on display. Art MoB artists have donated selected artwork for sale, with 100% of proceeds going to the “Bring the Hive Alive” bee mural project. Most artwork including paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, glasswork, woodwork, and more is priced from $25-100. One-piece will be raffled off at an upcoming artist reception. “Art MoB and our artists believe in giving back to the community, to show our support to those that support us, and for the benefit of the bees and their hives. So much depends on this.” – Michele Sparks, owner of Art Mob. Everyone is invited to join us to view and purchase artwork. All CDC guidelines are in place from the time you come in the door. No cost to view the show. Visitors are encouraged to purchase artwork to support the project. The Hive Alive Art Show runs Saturday, October 3 – Sunday, November 15 during gallery hours (11 AM – 5 PM, Monday, Wednesday – Saturday. 1:00- 4:30 PM on Sunday. Closed on Tuesday.).

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Hive Alive Art Show

Hive Alive Art Show

Just around the corner from where Matt Willey will be painting a larger-than-life bee mural is Art MoB Studios and Marketplace, where the work of over 80 local and regional fine artists and fine crafters is on display. Art MoB artists have donated selected artwork for sale, with 100% of proceeds going to the “Bring the Hive Alive” bee mural project. Most artwork including paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, glasswork, woodwork, and more is priced from $25-100. One-piece will be raffled off at an upcoming artist reception. “Art MoB and our artists believe in giving back to the community, to show our support to those that support us, and for the benefit of the bees and their hives. So much depends on this.” – Michele Sparks, owner of Art Mob. Everyone is invited to join us to view and purchase artwork. All CDC guidelines are in place from the time you come in the door. No cost to view the show. Visitors are encouraged to purchase artwork to support the project. The Hive Alive Art Show runs Saturday, October 3 – Sunday, November 15 during gallery hours (11 AM – 5 PM, Monday, Wednesday – Saturday. 1:00- 4:30 PM on Sunday. Closed on Tuesday.).

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Hive Alive Art Show

Hive Alive Art Show

Just around the corner from where Matt Willey will be painting a larger-than-life bee mural is Art MoB Studios and Marketplace, where the work of over 80 local and regional fine artists and fine crafters is on display. Art MoB artists have donated selected artwork for sale, with 100% of proceeds going to the “Bring the Hive Alive” bee mural project. Most artwork including paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, glasswork, woodwork, and more is priced from $25-100. One-piece will be raffled off at an upcoming artist reception. “Art MoB and our artists believe in giving back to the community, to show our support to those that support us, and for the benefit of the bees and their hives. So much depends on this.” – Michele Sparks, owner of Art Mob. Everyone is invited to join us to view and purchase artwork. All CDC guidelines are in place from the time you come in the door. No cost to view the show. Visitors are encouraged to purchase artwork to support the project. The Hive Alive Art Show runs Saturday, October 3 – Sunday, November 15 during gallery hours (11 AM – 5 PM, Monday, Wednesday – Saturday. 1:00- 4:30 PM on Sunday. Closed on Tuesday.).

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Hive Alive Art Show

Hive Alive Art Show

Just around the corner from where Matt Willey will be painting a larger-than-life bee mural is Art MoB Studios and Marketplace, where the work of over 80 local and regional fine artists and fine crafters is on display. Art MoB artists have donated selected artwork for sale, with 100% of proceeds going to the “Bring the Hive Alive” bee mural project. Most artwork including paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, glasswork, woodwork, and more is priced from $25-100. One-piece will be raffled off at an upcoming artist reception. “Art MoB and our artists believe in giving back to the community, to show our support to those that support us, and for the benefit of the bees and their hives. So much depends on this.” – Michele Sparks, owner of Art Mob. Everyone is invited to join us to view and purchase artwork. All CDC guidelines are in place from the time you come in the door. No cost to view the show. Visitors are encouraged to purchase artwork to support the project. The Hive Alive Art Show runs Saturday, October 3 – Sunday, November 15 during gallery hours (11 AM – 5 PM, Monday, Wednesday – Saturday. 1:00- 4:30 PM on Sunday. Closed on Tuesday.).

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Hive Alive Art Show

Hive Alive Art Show

Just around the corner from where Matt Willey will be painting a larger-than-life bee mural is Art MoB Studios and Marketplace, where the work of over 80 local and regional fine artists and fine crafters is on display. Art MoB artists have donated selected artwork for sale, with 100% of proceeds going to the “Bring the Hive Alive” bee mural project. Most artwork including paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, glasswork, woodwork, and more is priced from $25-100. One piece will be raffled off at an upcoming artist reception. “Art MoB and our artists believe in giving back to the community, to show our support to those that support us, and for the benefit of the bees and their hives. So much depends on this.” – Michele Sparks, owner of Art Mob. : Come and explore the arts! Everyone is invited to join us to view and purchase artwork. All CDC guidelines are in place from the time you come in the door. No cost to view the show. Visitors are encouraged to purchase artwork to support the project. The Hive Alive Art Show runs Saturday, October 3 – Sunday, November 15 during gallery hours (11 AM – 5 PM, Monday, Wednesday – Saturday. 1:00- 4:30 PM on Sunday. Closed on Tuesday.).

Hive Alive Art Show

Hive Alive Art Show

Just around the corner from where Matt Willey will be painting a larger-than-life bee mural is Art MoB Studios and Marketplace, where the work of over 80 local and regional fine artists and fine crafters is on display. Art MoB artists have donated selected artwork for sale, with 100% of proceeds going to the “Bring the Hive Alive” bee mural project. Most artwork including paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, glasswork, woodwork, and more is priced from $25-100. One-piece will be raffled off at an upcoming artist reception. “Art MoB and our artists believe in giving back to the community, to show our support to those that support us, and for the benefit of the bees and their hives. So much depends on this.” – Michele Sparks, owner of Art Mob. Everyone is invited to join us to view and purchase artwork. All CDC guidelines are in place from the time you come in the door. No cost to view the show. Visitors are encouraged to purchase artwork to support the project. The Hive Alive Art Show runs Saturday, October 3 – Sunday, November 15 during gallery hours (11 AM – 5 PM, Monday, Wednesday – Saturday. 1:00- 4:30 PM on Sunday. Closed on Tuesday.).

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Love Hendo – Shop Local Saturday @ The Bee Mural

Love Hendo – Shop Local Saturday @ The Bee Mural

On this first Saturday of November, Main Street will be closed to allow for pedestrian fun and the expansion of downtown restaurants and retail stores. Just off Main Street, along Third Ave. E., be sure to also stop by the bee mural site to watch The Good of The Hive artist Matt Willey painting pollinators on the exterior wall of Hands On! Children’s Museum; check out a colony of live bees in the glass observation hive; purchase local honey, jun (a healthy beverage made with raw honey), and bakery items; shop for local artwork; buy a souvenir T-shirt; and more. Vendors/exhibitors include Honeybee Bliss, Bee City USA – Hendersonville, The Good of the Hive, Hands On! Children’s Museum, Art MoB Studios & Marketplace, Loretta Zedella Butterfly Flight Yoga, Shanti Elixirs, Deena’s Bakery, and more.
Location: N. Main St. (at corner of Third Ave. E.) + Bee Mural Site (Azalea Parking Lot, Third Ave. E. Entrance)

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Hive Alive Art Show

Hive Alive Art Show

Just around the corner from where Matt Willey will be painting a larger-than-life bee mural is Art MoB Studios and Marketplace, where the work of over 80 local and regional fine artists and fine crafters is on display. Art MoB artists have donated selected artwork for sale, with 100% of proceeds going to the “Bring the Hive Alive” bee mural project. Most artwork including paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, glasswork, woodwork, and more is priced from $25-100. One-piece will be raffled off at an upcoming artist reception. “Art MoB and our artists believe in giving back to the community, to show our support to those that support us, and for the benefit of the bees and their hives. So much depends on this.” – Michele Sparks, owner of Art Mob. Everyone is invited to join us to view and purchase artwork. All CDC guidelines are in place from the time you come in the door. No cost to view the show. Visitors are encouraged to purchase artwork to support the project. The Hive Alive Art Show runs Saturday, October 3 – Sunday, November 15 during gallery hours (11 AM – 5 PM, Monday, Wednesday – Saturday. 1:00- 4:30 PM on Sunday. Closed on Tuesday.).

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Hive Alive Art Show

Hive Alive Art Show

Just around the corner from where Matt Willey will be painting a larger-than-life bee mural is Art MoB Studios and Marketplace, where the work of over 80 local and regional fine artists and fine crafters is on display. Art MoB artists have donated selected artwork for sale, with 100% of proceeds going to the “Bring the Hive Alive” bee mural project. Most artwork including paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, glasswork, woodwork, and more is priced from $25-100. One-piece will be raffled off at an upcoming artist reception. “Art MoB and our artists believe in giving back to the community, to show our support to those that support us, and for the benefit of the bees and their hives. So much depends on this.” – Michele Sparks, owner of Art Mob. Everyone is invited to join us to view and purchase artwork. All CDC guidelines are in place from the time you come in the door. No cost to view the show. Visitors are encouraged to purchase artwork to support the project. The Hive Alive Art Show runs Saturday, October 3 – Sunday, November 15 during gallery hours (11 AM – 5 PM, Monday, Wednesday – Saturday. 1:00- 4:30 PM on Sunday. Closed on Tuesday.).

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Hive Alive Art Show

Hive Alive Art Show

Just around the corner from where Matt Willey will be painting a larger-than-life bee mural is Art MoB Studios and Marketplace, where the work of over 80 local and regional fine artists and fine crafters is on display. Art MoB artists have donated selected artwork for sale, with 100% of proceeds going to the “Bring the Hive Alive” bee mural project. Most artwork including paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, glasswork, woodwork, and more is priced from $25-100. One-piece will be raffled off at an upcoming artist reception. “Art MoB and our artists believe in giving back to the community, to show our support to those that support us, and for the benefit of the bees and their hives. So much depends on this.” – Michele Sparks, owner of Art Mob. Everyone is invited to join us to view and purchase artwork. All CDC guidelines are in place from the time you come in the door. No cost to view the show. Visitors are encouraged to purchase artwork to support the project. The Hive Alive Art Show runs Saturday, October 3 – Sunday, November 15 during gallery hours (11 AM – 5 PM, Monday, Wednesday – Saturday. 1:00- 4:30 PM on Sunday. Closed on Tuesday.).

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Hive Alive Art Show

Hive Alive Art Show

Just around the corner from where Matt Willey will be painting a larger-than-life bee mural is Art MoB Studios and Marketplace, where the work of over 80 local and regional fine artists and fine crafters is on display. Art MoB artists have donated selected artwork for sale, with 100% of proceeds going to the “Bring the Hive Alive” bee mural project. Most artwork including paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, glasswork, woodwork, and more is priced from $25-100. One-piece will be raffled off at an upcoming artist reception. “Art MoB and our artists believe in giving back to the community, to show our support to those that support us, and for the benefit of the bees and their hives. So much depends on this.” – Michele Sparks, owner of Art Mob. Everyone is invited to join us to view and purchase artwork. All CDC guidelines are in place from the time you come in the door. No cost to view the show. Visitors are encouraged to purchase artwork to support the project. The Hive Alive Art Show runs Saturday, October 3 – Sunday, November 15 during gallery hours (11 AM – 5 PM, Monday, Wednesday – Saturday. 1:00- 4:30 PM on Sunday. Closed on Tuesday.).

Hive Alive Art Show

Hive Alive Art Show

Just around the corner from where Matt Willey will be painting a larger-than-life bee mural is Art MoB Studios and Marketplace, where the work of over 80 local and regional fine artists and fine crafters is on display. Art MoB artists have donated selected artwork for sale, with 100% of proceeds going to the “Bring the Hive Alive” bee mural project. Most artwork including paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, glasswork, woodwork, and more is priced from $25-100. One-piece will be raffled off at an upcoming artist reception. “Art MoB and our artists believe in giving back to the community, to show our support to those that support us, and for the benefit of the bees and their hives. So much depends on this.” – Michele Sparks, owner of Art Mob. Everyone is invited to join us to view and purchase artwork. All CDC guidelines are in place from the time you come in the door. No cost to view the show. Visitors are encouraged to purchase artwork to support the project. The Hive Alive Art Show runs Saturday, October 3 – Sunday, November 15 during gallery hours (11 AM – 5 PM, Monday, Wednesday – Saturday. 1:00- 4:30 PM on Sunday. Closed on Tuesday.).

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Bee Sweet!

Bee Sweet!

Weather permitting, stop by to meet artist Matt Willey as he works to bring the bee mural to life, brushstroke by brushstroke! What will he be painting when you visit? Maybe a drizzle of honey dripping down the wall from the honeycomb above? Perhaps the festive orange and black colors of a monarch butterfly’s wing? But what would Halloween or Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) be without some sweet treats? And what could be sweeter than honey? While supplies last, Matt will also have some pure honey sticks, honey candies, colorful sugar skull stickers, and “I love pollinators” stickers for the kids. Let’s also have a little fun and give him some tricks to go with his treats… bring along your best bee joke or pollinator pun to see if you can make Matt giggle and smile! Halloween, Día de los Muertos, and Pollinator costumes also encouraged!

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Bee Sweet!

Bee Sweet!

Weather permitting, stop by to meet artist Matt Willey as he works to bring the bee mural to life, brushstroke by brushstroke! What will he be painting when you visit? Maybe a drizzle of honey dripping down the wall from the honeycomb above? Perhaps the festive orange and black colors of a monarch butterfly’s wing? But what would Halloween or Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) be without some sweet treats? And what could be sweeter than honey? While supplies last, Matt will also have some pure honey sticks, honey candies, colorful sugar skull stickers, and “I love pollinators” stickers for the kids. Let’s also have a little fun and give him some tricks to go with his treats… bring along your best bee joke or pollinator pun to see if you can make Matt giggle and smile! Halloween, Día de los Muertos, and Pollinator costumes also encouraged!

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Hive Alive Art Show

Hive Alive Art Show

Just around the corner from where Matt Willey will be painting a larger-than-life bee mural is Art MoB Studios and Marketplace, where the work of over 80 local and regional fine artists and fine crafters is on display. Art MoB artists have donated selected artwork for sale, with 100% of proceeds going to the “Bring the Hive Alive” bee mural project. Most artwork including paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, glasswork, woodwork, and more is priced from $25-100. One-piece will be raffled off at an upcoming artist reception. “Art MoB and our artists believe in giving back to the community, to show our support to those that support us, and for the benefit of the bees and their hives. So much depends on this.” – Michele Sparks, owner of Art Mob. Everyone is invited to join us to view and purchase artwork. All CDC guidelines are in place from the time you come in the door. No cost to view the show. Visitors are encouraged to purchase artwork to support the project. The Hive Alive Art Show runs Saturday, October 3 – Sunday, November 15 during gallery hours (11 AM – 5 PM, Monday, Wednesday – Saturday. 1:00- 4:30 PM on Sunday. Closed on Tuesday.).

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Hive Alive Art Show

Hive Alive Art Show

Just around the corner from where Matt Willey will be painting a larger-than-life bee mural is Art MoB Studios and Marketplace, where the work of over 80 local and regional fine artists and fine crafters is on display. Art MoB artists have donated selected artwork for sale, with 100% of proceeds going to the “Bring the Hive Alive” bee mural project. Most artwork including paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, glasswork, woodwork, and more is priced from $25-100. One-piece will be raffled off at an upcoming artist reception. “Art MoB and our artists believe in giving back to the community, to show our support to those that support us, and for the benefit of the bees and their hives. So much depends on this.” – Michele Sparks, owner of Art Mob. Everyone is invited to join us to view and purchase artwork. All CDC guidelines are in place from the time you come in the door. No cost to view the show. Visitors are encouraged to purchase artwork to support the project. The Hive Alive Art Show runs Saturday, October 3 – Sunday, November 15 during gallery hours (11 AM – 5 PM, Monday, Wednesday – Saturday. 1:00- 4:30 PM on Sunday. Closed on Tuesday.).

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Hive Alive Art Show

Hive Alive Art Show

Just around the corner from where Matt Willey will be painting a larger-than-life bee mural is Art MoB Studios and Marketplace, where the work of over 80 local and regional fine artists and fine crafters is on display. Art MoB artists have donated selected artwork for sale, with 100% of proceeds going to the “Bring the Hive Alive” bee mural project. Most artwork including paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, glasswork, woodwork, and more is priced from $25-100. One-piece will be raffled off at an upcoming artist reception. “Art MoB and our artists believe in giving back to the community, to show our support to those that support us, and for the benefit of the bees and their hives. So much depends on this.” – Michele Sparks, owner of Art Mob. Everyone is invited to join us to view and purchase artwork. All CDC guidelines are in place from the time you come in the door. No cost to view the show. Visitors are encouraged to purchase artwork to support the project. The Hive Alive Art Show runs Saturday, October 3 – Sunday, November 15 during gallery hours (11 AM – 5 PM, Monday, Wednesday – Saturday. 1:00- 4:30 PM on Sunday. Closed on Tuesday.).

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Hive Alive Art Show

Hive Alive Art Show

Just around the corner from where Matt Willey will be painting a larger-than-life bee mural is Art MoB Studios and Marketplace, where the work of over 80 local and regional fine artists and fine crafters is on display. Art MoB artists have donated selected artwork for sale, with 100% of proceeds going to the “Bring the Hive Alive” bee mural project. Most artwork including paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, glasswork, woodwork, and more is priced from $25-100. One-piece will be raffled off at an upcoming artist reception. “Art MoB and our artists believe in giving back to the community, to show our support to those that support us, and for the benefit of the bees and their hives. So much depends on this.” – Michele Sparks, owner of Art Mob. Everyone is invited to join us to view and purchase artwork. All CDC guidelines are in place from the time you come in the door. No cost to view the show. Visitors are encouraged to purchase artwork to support the project. The Hive Alive Art Show runs Saturday, October 3 – Sunday, November 15 during gallery hours (11 AM – 5 PM, Monday, Wednesday – Saturday. 1:00- 4:30 PM on Sunday. Closed on Tuesday.).

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Hive Alive Art Show

Hive Alive Art Show

Just around the corner from where Matt Willey will be painting a larger-than-life bee mural is Art MoB Studios and Marketplace, where the work of over 80 local and regional fine artists and fine crafters is on display. Art MoB artists have donated selected artwork for sale, with 100% of proceeds going to the “Bring the Hive Alive” bee mural project. Most artwork including paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, glasswork, woodwork, and more is priced from $25-100. One-piece will be raffled off at an upcoming artist reception. “Art MoB and our artists believe in giving back to the community, to show our support to those that support us, and for the benefit of the bees and their hives. So much depends on this.” – Michele Sparks, owner of Art Mob. Everyone is invited to join us to view and purchase artwork. All CDC guidelines are in place from the time you come in the door. No cost to view the show. Visitors are encouraged to purchase artwork to support the project. The Hive Alive Art Show runs Saturday, October 3 – Sunday, November 15 during gallery hours (11 AM – 5 PM, Monday, Wednesday – Saturday. 1:00- 4:30 PM on Sunday. Closed on Tuesday.).

Bee Downtown!  (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

Bee Downtown! (See the Bee Mural Being Painted Outdoors)

**UPDATE! Artist Matt Willey will complete part of Hendersonville’s Bee Mural this fall and will then return to complete the painting of the mural in the spring, exact dates TBD.

 

Our local Bee City USA affiliate (a program of The City of Hendersonville Tree Board and Environmental Sustainability Board) is partnering with Hands On! Children’s Museum, The Good of the Hive, nonprofit organizations, local businesses, and community members to create a larger-than-life bee mural in the heart of downtown Hendersonville! The bees will be painted on the exterior wall of the children’s museum located within the Azalea Public Parking Lot (facing Third Ave. E. between N. Main Street and King Street). In addition to the many benefits provided by public art, the mural will help draw attention to the importance of pollinators, celebrate the power in human connection, and inspire actions to help sustain healthy ecosystems. Weather permitting, stop by to meet the artist (Matt Willey) and watch him bring the mural to life brushstroke by brushstroke. In addition, a series of video updates about the bee mural project will be posted online at https://www.facebook.com/beecityhendersonville. Please also join in expressing appreciation to (and supporting) our “Bring the Hive Alive!” sponsors who have done so much to make this project possible, for the good of all – https://handsonwnc.org/?url=hivesponsors.

Hive Alive Art Show

Hive Alive Art Show

Just around the corner from where Matt Willey will be painting a larger-than-life bee mural is Art MoB Studios and Marketplace, where the work of over 80 local and regional fine artists and fine crafters is on display. Art MoB artists have donated selected artwork for sale, with 100% of proceeds going to the “Bring the Hive Alive” bee mural project. Most artwork including paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, glasswork, woodwork, and more is priced from $25-100. One-piece will be raffled off at an upcoming artist reception. “Art MoB and our artists believe in giving back to the community, to show our support to those that support us, and for the benefit of the bees and their hives. So much depends on this.” – Michele Sparks, owner of Art Mob. Everyone is invited to join us to view and purchase artwork. All CDC guidelines are in place from the time you come in the door. No cost to view the show. Visitors are encouraged to purchase artwork to support the project. The Hive Alive Art Show runs Saturday, October 3 – Sunday, November 15 during gallery hours (11 AM – 5 PM, Monday, Wednesday – Saturday. 1:00- 4:30 PM on Sunday. Closed on Tuesday.).

Hive Alive Art Show

Hive Alive Art Show

Just around the corner from where Matt Willey will be painting a larger-than-life bee mural is Art MoB Studios and Marketplace, where the work of over 80 local and regional fine artists and fine crafters is on display. Art MoB artists have donated selected artwork for sale, with 100% of proceeds going to the “Bring the Hive Alive” bee mural project. Most artwork including paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, glasswork, woodwork, and more is priced from $25-100. One-piece will be raffled off at an upcoming artist reception. “Art MoB and our artists believe in giving back to the community, to show our support to those that support us, and for the benefit of the bees and their hives. So much depends on this.” – Michele Sparks, owner of Art Mob. Everyone is invited to join us to view and purchase artwork. All CDC guidelines are in place from the time you come in the door. No cost to view the show. Visitors are encouraged to purchase artwork to support the project. The Hive Alive Art Show runs Saturday, October 3 – Sunday, November 15 during gallery hours (11 AM – 5 PM, Monday, Wednesday – Saturday. 1:00- 4:30 PM on Sunday. Closed on Tuesday.).

Hive Alive Art Show

Hive Alive Art Show

Just around the corner from where Matt Willey will be painting a larger-than-life bee mural is Art MoB Studios and Marketplace, where the work of over 80 local and regional fine artists and fine crafters is on display. Art MoB artists have donated selected artwork for sale, with 100% of proceeds going to the “Bring the Hive Alive” bee mural project. Most artwork including paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, glasswork, woodwork, and more is priced from $25-100. One-piece will be raffled off at an upcoming artist reception. “Art MoB and our artists believe in giving back to the community, to show our support to those that support us, and for the benefit of the bees and their hives. So much depends on this.” – Michele Sparks, owner of Art Mob. Everyone is invited to join us to view and purchase artwork. All CDC guidelines are in place from the time you come in the door. No cost to view the show. Visitors are encouraged to purchase artwork to support the project. The Hive Alive Art Show runs Saturday, October 3 – Sunday, November 15 during gallery hours (11 AM – 5 PM, Monday, Wednesday – Saturday. 1:00- 4:30 PM on Sunday. Closed on Tuesday.).

Hive Alive Art Show

Hive Alive Art Show

Just around the corner from where Matt Willey will be painting a larger-than-life bee mural is Art MoB Studios and Marketplace, where the work of over 80 local and regional fine artists and fine crafters is on display. Art MoB artists have donated selected artwork for sale, with 100% of proceeds going to the “Bring the Hive Alive” bee mural project. Most artwork including paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, glasswork, woodwork, and more is priced from $25-100. One-piece will be raffled off at an upcoming artist reception. “Art MoB and our artists believe in giving back to the community, to show our support to those that support us, and for the benefit of the bees and their hives. So much depends on this.” – Michele Sparks, owner of Art Mob. Everyone is invited to join us to view and purchase artwork. All CDC guidelines are in place from the time you come in the door. No cost to view the show. Visitors are encouraged to purchase artwork to support the project. The Hive Alive Art Show runs Saturday, October 3 – Sunday, November 15 during gallery hours (11 AM – 5 PM, Monday, Wednesday – Saturday. 1:00- 4:30 PM on Sunday. Closed on Tuesday.).

Hive Alive Art Show

Hive Alive Art Show

Just around the corner from where Matt Willey will be painting a larger-than-life bee mural is Art MoB Studios and Marketplace, where the work of over 80 local and regional fine artists and fine crafters is on display. Art MoB artists have donated selected artwork for sale, with 100% of proceeds going to the “Bring the Hive Alive” bee mural project. Most artwork including paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, glasswork, woodwork, and more is priced from $25-100. One-piece will be raffled off at an upcoming artist reception. “Art MoB and our artists believe in giving back to the community, to show our support to those that support us, and for the benefit of the bees and their hives. So much depends on this.” – Michele Sparks, owner of Art Mob. Everyone is invited to join us to view and purchase artwork. All CDC guidelines are in place from the time you come in the door. No cost to view the show. Visitors are encouraged to purchase artwork to support the project. The Hive Alive Art Show runs Saturday, October 3 – Sunday, November 15 during gallery hours (11 AM – 5 PM, Monday, Wednesday – Saturday. 1:00- 4:30 PM on Sunday. Closed on Tuesday.).

Cancelled: Hendersonville Art and Architecture Walking Tours

Cancelled due to health concerns of COVid-19. The popular FREE Art and Architecture Walking Tours offered by the Arts Council of Henderson County return for 2020. The 90-minute tour of Downtown Hendersonville gathers at 9:00 am in front of the Center for Art & Entertainment at 125 South Main Street. Tours are led by Doug Gelbert who has created over 400 architectural tours in towns across the United States and Canada.  All tours are free of charge and no pre-registration is required. Just show up ready to walk. As always, dogs are welcome to accompany their well-behaved owners on the Art and Architectural Walking Tours. Named “One of the 10 Best Things You Can Do in North Carolina at 9:00 on a Saturday morning”

Hive Alive Art Show

Hive Alive Art Show

Just around the corner from where Matt Willey will be painting a larger-than-life bee mural is Art MoB Studios and Marketplace, where the work of over 80 local and regional fine artists and fine crafters is on display. Art MoB artists have donated selected artwork for sale, with 100% of proceeds going to the “Bring the Hive Alive” bee mural project. Most artwork including paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, glasswork, woodwork, and more is priced from $25-100. One-piece will be raffled off at an upcoming artist reception. “Art MoB and our artists believe in giving back to the community, to show our support to those that support us, and for the benefit of the bees and their hives. So much depends on this.” – Michele Sparks, owner of Art Mob. Everyone is invited to join us to view and purchase artwork. All CDC guidelines are in place from the time you come in the door. No cost to view the show. Visitors are encouraged to purchase artwork to support the project. The Hive Alive Art Show runs Saturday, October 3 – Sunday, November 15 during gallery hours (11 AM – 5 PM, Monday, Wednesday – Saturday. 1:00- 4:30 PM on Sunday. Closed on Tuesday.).