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Culture War art show at PUSH Gallery!
Written by Push Toy Project   
Wednesday, 10 January 2018 19:41


Culture War: opening reception this Friday, January 12 from 7-10pm. Featuring
the works of Yamabushi and Granpappy. Come one and all. Refreshments 
graciously provided by Hi Wire Brewing.

Closing Reception at PUSH Gallery!
Written by Push Toy Project   
Tuesday, 05 December 2017 22:24

The Opening Reception was cancelled due to snow so please join us at 
the Closing Reception Sunday, January 7 from 2-6pm.

Illustrated Rock Art INSTAGRAM SQ

Gig posters, test prints, original drawings and rarities. Celebrating local artists,
illustrators and printers working in live music entertainment from North Carolina.
With our growing population of amazing musicians, it takes an army to create the
artwork and print the posters. 2017 was a great year for fans of live music and the
art of rock.
Please join us in Celebration at the Closing Reception: Sunday, January 7 from 2-6pm. All Ages.
Live instrumental music by NUGGET BOX (members of Hard Rocket) (Free/Donations)
The show runs through Sunday January 7th.
Refocused! Art Show at PUSH Gallery
Written by Push Toy Project   
Friday, 13 October 2017 20:31

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Refocused: Recycled Skateboards Reimagined. New works by Chad Cardoza and Toybox Monster. PUSH Gallery reception Friday, October 13 from 7-10pm. The show will be up from October 13-December 3. 
Here is a small write up from Toybox Monster:
I work under the name Toybox Monster and I create art from broken/used decks. I have skated for 30 years so far and have gone through many many boards. I was working at a shop and we kept getting broken boards to throw away and I always felt it was such a waste. So I decided to give them a second life as art, hoping that all the fun that was had on them would still retain that positive energy and continue to make people happy. 
Joshua Spiceland Art Show at PUSH Gallery!
Written by Push Toy Project   


Come one and all for the reception of "There Is No Other," new works by 
Joshua Spiceland at PUSH Gallery Friday, August 18 7-10pm. Refreshments 
graciously provided by Pabst Blue Ribbon

Vote for PUSH in the Nike SB Project 58 DIY contest!
Written by Push Toy Project   
Thursday, 15 June 2017 21:41

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Head over to
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Written by Push Toy Project   
Friday, 05 May 2017 01:25

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PHOTO:OBJECT is an exhibition of "photographs" which push the boundary of "object." Curated by lydia see
from works submitted through an open call, interpretations to this constraint represent many cross-disciplinary
approaches. The show was designed as an instigation to makers to set constraints, challenge their studio practice,
take risks, and shake shit up. 

Featuring over 15 artists including Krista Allison, Lauren Bacchus, Eli Blasko, Paul Choi, Gray Hales, Clark
Hodgin, Brighton Kilgore, Kelsey Magnuson, Jeff Mason, Susan Alta Martin, M. HoneyBee Mckee, lydia see,
Shon Swett, Brett Wyatt and others. 

Opening Exhibition: 
PUSH Gallery
beer + tunes

A Zine Catalogue will be published, featuring artworks and writings, and will be available for pre-order at the opening.  

2017 Transworld Shop Showdown. Vote for PUSH!
Written by Push Toy Project   
Friday, 05 May 2017 00:15

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Go watch our edit and vote for PUSH in the 2017 Shop Showdown on

PUSH Skate Camp 2017!
Written by Push Toy Project   
Monday, 03 April 2017 13:48


It's that time of the year again to start thinking about PUSH Skate Camp. Skateboarders
of all ages and skill levels are welcome.  
Call us at 828-225-5509, email at  
This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , or come by the shop at 25 Patton Ave for questions or to
sign up today. It's gonna be a blast!  The cost is $95 and you can pay by cash or check
either at sign up or on the first day of camp. Camp will be held at Asheville Skatepark
(corner of Flint St. and Cherry St.) and will run from 9am until Noon. If responding by
email to sign up, please include your name, your child's name and age, and a contact
phone number. I look forward to hearing from all of you soon. 
Rob Sebrell-PUSH



SLACKERS Art show! Friday, March 17 from 6-11pm
Written by Push Toy Project   
Friday, 17 March 2017 03:43

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Trip out on this! You are invited to the SLACKERS Group Art Show, featuring local 
Asheville artists LEVY (AC/DC, Grateful Dead, Black Crowes), GREU (AVL tattoo artist)
& Introducing rad art by KFEZ. Meet the artists in person opening night, St. Patrick’s
Day, FRIDAY March 17th. Live Music by AVL Burnout, Nugget Box (members of Hard
Rocket) & Dogwater. Refreshments graciously provided by Hi-Wire Brewing. Please
Save The Date. The show stays up for 1.5 months, through May 1st 2017. Thank You!  
25 Patton Ave, ALL AGES, 6-11pm, FREE

Andy Herod at PUSH Gallery
Written by Push Toy Project   
Thursday, 18 August 2016 20:28

Andy Herod – Sorry I Made it Weird: Portraits of People You May Know
PUSH Gallery | 25 Patton Ave - Asheville, NC 28801
Opening Reception: August 19
th | 6-9pm

PORTRAITS OF PEOPLE YOU MAY KNOW: Artist Andy Herod's latest collection opens at PUSH Gallery on Friday, Aug. 19 and runs through Tuesday, Oct. 4. Who knows, maybe your image will be among the featured works.

What is the algorithm Facebook uses to assign the suggested connections for each user?
Do they look familiar? Do we already know them? Should we? How and why do we have
access to them? These are all questions Andy Herod will be exploring in his new series
Sorry I Made it Weird: Portraits of People You May Know. Nationally known as a
printmaker and multidisciplinary artist and musician, Herod is unpacking the cultural
zeitgeist of social media with this work, attempting to tackle the unseen narratives which
tether us through the internet, following a thread through social media, out of the computer
screen, and in to our homes.

Herod has chosen to paint people he decidedly does not know for these portraits, causing
both the subject and artist to consider access and privacy. Well known for his non-human
subject- matter, Herod is interested in experimenting with portraiture, and states “this is a
departure for me - Facebook is a part of my everyday life, and I'm interested in what I don't
like about it, and in the privacy we have given up in our lives because of our reliance on social

Herod incorporates the use of painting and printmaking processes to produce images rooted
in classical portraiture based on the most common contemporary application of the portrait:
the profile picture. By culling the “people you may know” section of Facebook for portraits
and re- contextualizing them on the gallery wall, Herod is shifting these real people to
fictionalized characters, and from one box to another – the computer screen to the “white box.”

Inhabiting the spaces between familiar and strange, acquaintance and friend, intimate and
antagonist, these works ask for a willingness to engage from the viewer, who might encounter
people they may know, or want to know, through this exhibition.

PUSH is pleased to host Sorry I Made it Weird: Portraits of People You May Know, new
work from Asheville artist,
Andy Herod on August 19th from 6-9pm


Sunset Motel art show at PUSH Gallery
Written by Push Toy Project   
Thursday, 23 June 2016 21:50


Sunset Motel
Reception: Friday, June 24 6-10pm
PUSH Gallery 25 Patton Ave. Asheville

“Sunset Motel” marks the 3rd exhibition by artist couple and collaborators, Brock Forrer and 
Ally Alsup. Since moving to North Carolina from Alaska a year ago, Alsup and Forrer have
changed their medium and direction from printmaking and sculpture, to large scale acrylic
paintings. Their imagery is a combination of graphic portraiture, architecture, and vintage
ephemera. With no obvious concepts being drawn on, the duo relies on the narrative between
their work and imagery to convey meaning and intention. Overall, “Sunset Motel” is the artists’
everyday depiction of what it has meant to leave home and start over in a completely new place. 

Look Back Library!
Written by Push Toy Project   



PUSH Skate Camp 2016!
Written by Push Toy Project   
Friday, 15 April 2016 23:26


It's that time of the year again to start thinking about PUSH Skate Camp. 
Skateboarders of all ages and skill levels are welcome. Call us at 828-225-5509,
email at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , or come by the shop at 25 Patton Ave for
questions or to sign up today. It's gonna be a blast! 

"April Fools" art show at PUSH Gallery
Written by Push Toy Project   
Friday, 01 April 2016 03:18

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Arroyo & Levy: April Fools!
Art Opening at Push Skate Shop & Gallery
Friday, April 1st at 7pm
25 Patton Avenue, Asheville, NC
Fian Arroyo has been creating award winning illustrations and character designs for many
Fortune-500 companies including advertising, editorial, toy & games and skateboard
companies for over 20 years. For this show, Arroyo has created a collection of must-see
fantasy, pop-surrealism and skate art.  Fian relocated to Weaverville from Miami, Florida in
2009 and is currently being held hostage by his wife, two kids and a mortgage.

Joshua Marc Levy has worked as a rock & roll artist over the past 20 years for everyone
from AC/DC to The Black Crowes. For this show, Levy has produced 11 original skate
decks, wild blotter art collages, original drawings and screen prints. Levy lives in Asheville
and heads the Asheville Art Family, a full service design, illustration and photography studio.

Don’t miss this super-fun, energetic & colorful art experience! 
Refreshments graciously provided by the fine folks at Hi-Wire Brewing. 
PUSH Skateshop & Gallery
25 Patton Ave.
Asheville, NC 28801
Gus Cutty "Satanic Panic" at PUSH Gallery
Written by Push Toy Project   
Friday, 30 October 2015 16:41


Gus Cutty presents “Satanic Panic” opening reception

Featuring completely new works by Asheville aerosol artist and WNC’s #1 mural artist Gus Cutty in celebration of

Halloween and horror movie and heavy metal culture of America in the 1980’s.

where : Push Skateshop and Gallery, 25 Patton Avenue, Asheville, NC

when : Opening reception will be from 7-9 pm Friday October 30th and the exhibit will hang through the month of


Costumes are encouraged. 

Remember that time in 1984 when we found your brothers Judas Priest record and went into the attic and lit candles

and played it backwards and it told us to steal my sisters barbies and melt their heads together til it looked like a rad

goat headed demon then we had to hide the evidence in that abandoned school in the woods behind our neighborhood

so we wouldnt get caught and we found all those playboys in the leaves with the eyes cut out and pentagrams drawn all

over em?!?

This is gonna be just like that.”


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