Appalachian Wildlife refuge
2016 wild art benefit
Asheville artists celebrate Appalachian Wild’s work to help our native wildlife at Wild Art 2016. Visitors will enjoy talking with ten local artists, meeting wild animal ambassadors, and enjoying the beautiful surroundings.
Artists will be at the vineyard Friday, August 5th creating new works of art. On Saturday, visitors will be able to purchase the new art as well as other work the artists will have on display with proceeds from the sales going to Appalachian Wild’s efforts to save injured and orphaned wildlife. Attendees can watch as Asheville painter Tony Corbitt paints an animal on location.
In addition to the art sales, there is a raffle that includes a special wine experience with Addison Farms Owner and Vintner, Jeff Frisbee. Raffle tickets will be one for $5 or five for $20 with all proceeds going to Appalachian Wild.