The Flood Gallery Fine Art Center is a non-profit arts organization dedicated to promoting the arts in Asheville through the exhibition of established and emerging artists from all over the world. Through artist-residency programs, public events and workshops, and educational activities, Flood Gallery seeks to make art a vital and important part of life in Asheville.
Flood Gallery Fine Art Center programming is made possible through the generous support of the Dan Lucas Memorial Fund of the Community Foundation of Western North Carolina.
Art at Flood Gallery
The Flood Fine Art Center is a non-profit contemporary art organization dedicated
to bringing excellent, provocative art to Asheville from artists working
around the world. We seek out art that is provocative, challenging, daring,
relevant, and important. We believe that there are great things happening
in the world of art, and we want to bring those things to Asheville. We
want to put a thumbtack on the map of the Art World. In our first three years,
we showed works by artists working in Los Angeles, Prague, New York, Georgia, Florida
and here in Asheville. In our fourth year, we hope to bring fully-funded exhibition and residency programs for professional working artists from around the world.
Programs & Special Events
Beyond promoting working artists around the globe, the Flood also hosts a variety of educational programs and special
events that promote the arts and encourage community involvement in the
artistic process. Musical performances, workshops, community art projects,
art camps, film screenings, and poetry readings are the kinds of events that the Flood
Gallery has organized and hosted.
Just East of Asheville at 2160 Hwy 70, near Swannanoa, NC
The Flood Gallery and Pump Gallery are open for event rentals. For more information regarding fees and availabilities, please contact Carlos Steward
Hours of Operation
The Flood Gallery Fine Art Center is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.