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Happy Birthday ModernAsheville.com {yeah!}

Hi Folks! Today marks the six year anniversary of ModernAsheville.com. It has been a rewarding commitment and I’m happy to see a passion grow into a shared community, business and real estate partnership here in Asheville. During that period it has grown from 1500 views per month to over 11,000 per month modern readers spanning the globe. Cheers!

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Article from WNC Magazine

Today seems the perfect day to launch our new design centric Pinterest page. We pin all the things we love from Asheville’s Mid-Century homes to regional art & architecture history and general inspiration. Ready to see it? Go here and follow along!

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And don’t forget that Kelly, myself and 828 Design are hosting the Blog anniversary celebration tomorrow evening at 828 Design’s studio from 5 to 7 pm. Hope to see you there! Kelly and Troy

Modern Mixer | 6 and 1 Year Anniversary Open House

Hi Folks! Don’t forget that its time for our modern community to get together once again and bring in 2015. What is our excuse this time? The Modern Asheville blog was first published on Jan 28th six years back where artist Barbara Fisher was featured. And one year ago Modern Asheville Real Estate’s branding was launched by 828 Design.Anniv Comp-1

Given this we will be hosting an open house with the 828 Design folks at their studio. Also, Barbara will be featuring her most recent paintings. Please stop by and mix it up with our modern community. All are welcome! The Mixer will be from 5 to 7 pm at 828 Design, 32 Broadway St. downtown, on Thursday, January 29th. {Beer, Wine and lights snacks provided.} Click here to sign up on our facebook event page. Cheers!

Kelly and Troy

the First Cut | Artist Paul Farmer

IMG_0077Along with Jim Bixby, of 828 Design, I was able to take a beautiful drive down to the Bascom Center for the Arts in the Highlands yesterday to attend the opening reception of artist Paul Farmer’s new work. Paul was the Winter Artist in Resident at the center. His work for this show was an experimentation of paint as a sculptural medium. Paul CompInitially, he would compose layers of paint on glass. Once the paint dries he cuts the paint from the glass and then reassembles it on to wood panels creating something new with sculptural dimension. Sometimes the compositions are purely play and other times he captures social statements in abstract form. The show runs on the lower level of the Bascom until March 7th. Enjoy!IMG_0067