Fall 2013 Tour
Saturday & Sunday, November 2-3
Studios open from 10:00am to 6:00pm each day
2013 Fall Brochure and Map
The Weaverville Art Safari is a free, self-guided tour of artists' home studios in the scenic area surrounding
the villages of Weaverville and Barnardsville, NC. This event has been going on, each spring and fall,
since April 2001. It has brought thousands of visitors to this wonderful part of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
is located just 10 minutes north of Asheville, NC – the epicenter of art, culture and
vacation fun in Western North Carolina. Safari visitors are granted direct access to the home studios
of a wide variety of artists who live and work in this area.
Items available for purchase during this tour come from many fine art mediums including Jewelry, Glass Art,
Paintings, Garden Art, Sculpture, Pottery, Furniture, Fiber Arts, woodworking and more! As experienced
art collectors will testify, a major benefit of studio tours is direct-from-the-source pricing, so think
about Art Safari as a way to find unique and beautiful art treasures at reasonable prices.
As usual you can download a copy of our 4-color brochure (which includes a studio map) right here.
Brochures will also be available at many galleries, hotels and restaurants in the Greater Asheville
area during the month of October, as well as at our downtown Weaverville Art Safari information
booth during Art Safari weekend.
Our Preview Party & Silent Auction will take place on the Friday evening before the
tour starts. It will be in Weaverville's Town Hall on South Main Street. Please read
all about it on the Tour Info page.
On our Artists Page
you can learn about the 41 fine artists who are participating in our
fall 2013 tour and see samples of their work. Seven of these artists are new members.
The Our Sponsors page contains
information about all the great people and businesses that help make our event possible.
And if you are an artist who is interested in becoming a member, or you have any questions / comments
about the Weaverville Art Safari, the Contact Us
page is the place to go.
Here's hoping we'll see you in November. We promise you'll enjoy your visit.