ColdMountainGypsy Exhibition and Holiday Sale Opens Dec. 17th 4-9pm

Scarlett Swann, known as the artist ColdMountainGypsy will be exhibiting her “outsider art” in the Flood Fine Art Center, opening Saturday December 17th, located at 2160 Hwy 70 near Swannanoa, from 6pm to 9pm.

ColdMountainGypsy, who lives in Haywood County, has a unique folkloric art style that has been described as raw. Outsider, Folk Art, or Brute, and is inspired by poetry, folk stories and dreams.

“My influences are many,,” explains Swann, “in short: Pappa (GOD) my mother, my father, my husband, my brother, daughter, my fur babies, Cold Mountain, Forests, Poetry, Comics, the stars and the heavens, creatures great and small, angels, folk stories… even my stories or dreams. I write and dream lots. All of my works have stories, and I really hope they inspire happiness, wonder, a sense of magic, peace, contentment, folly, whimsy, brevity, and courage.”

The ColdMountain Gypsy’s art works will be on display until January 30th 2017. This exhibit is free and open to the public. For more information see or call 828-273-3332. This exhibition is free and open to the public and also features live music from singer/songwriter, Ash Devine. 2160 Hwy 70, near Swannanoa.

Jan. 2017 Screenings
2160 Hwy 70

Jan 6th, 2017
Yasujiro Ozu: I was born but... Japan, 1932

One of Ozu’s most popular films, I Was Born, But . . . is a blithe portrait of the financial and psychological toils of one family, as told from the rascally point of view of a couple of stubborn little boys. For two brothers, the daily struggles of bullies and mean teachers is nothing next to the mortification they feel when they realize their good-natured father’s low-rung social status. Reworked decades later as Ozu’s Technicolor comedy Good Morning, it’s a poignant evocation of the tumult of childhood, as well as a showcase for Ozu’s expertly timed comedy editing.

Jan 13th, 2017

Truffaut: Shoot the Piano Player France, 1960

François Truffaut is drunk on the possibilities of cinema in this, his most playful film. Part thriller, part comedy, part tragedy, Shoot the Piano Player relates the adventures of mild-mannered piano player Charlie (Charles Aznavour, in a triumph of hangdog deadpan) as he stumbles into the criminal underworld and a whirlwind love affair. Loaded with gags, guns, clowns, and thugs, this razor-sharp homage to the American gangster film is pure nouvelle vague.

Jan 20th, 2017

Akira Kurosawa: High and Low Japan, 1963

Toshiro Mifune is unforgettable as Kingo Gondo, a wealthy industrialist whose family becomes the target of a cold-blooded kidnapper in High and Low( Tengoku to jigoku), the highly influential domestic drama and police procedural from director Akira Kurosawa. Adapting Ed McBain’s detective novel King’s Ransom, Kurosawa moves effortlessly from compelling race-against-time thriller to exacting social commentary, creating a diabolical treatise on contemporary Japanese society.

Jan 27th, 2017

Bahman Ghobadi: Turtles Can Fly Iran, Iraq, France, 2004

Near the Iraqi-Turkish border on the eve of an American invasion, refugee children like 13-year-old Kak (Ebrahim), gauge and await their fate.

True Home Open Mic
hosted by Jarrett Leone, Every Sun.
Open mic is hosted every Sunday by Jarrett Leone at the Flood Fine Art Center. Sign up is 7pm and the open mic begins at 7:30 and runs to 9:30pm. Everyone gets at least 15 min to perform so bring your best songs, poetry, comedy or whatever and claim your fame!
Open mic is podcast on itunes so the audience is endless! Come on Down to 2160 Hwy 70 and be part of the action.
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