Adler Gallery will have an opening reception of “Music” curated by Katrina Chenevert, Thursday, May 23, from 6-8 p.m.

Music is, by definition, the theory of sound that expresses ideas and emotions through the elements of rhythm, melody, harmony and color. As it unites our senses individually, we experience our own personal meaning. Alder Gallery’s new exhibition explores 12 local artist’s connection and relationship with the sight, sound and feel of music.

Join us for the opening reception of “Music” to meet the exhibiting artists and discover their work. Appetizers and fine wine will be served.

Visitors can experience “Music” during the business hours of Tuesday through Friday 5-10 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m.-3 p.m., 5-10 p.m.

After retiring from a 28 year Naval career, Katrina Chenevert moved to Asheville where she embraced the art culture becoming a resident artist at 310 Art, Riverview station, an integral part of the River Arts District.

Her multi-disciplined creations are unique in that they don’t fall neatly into any one genre of art, something she takes pride in. Her passion with 3D art has bred creations incorporating large canvases and mixed media.

The combination or “assemblage” using multipe materials result in large scale work. Katrina is not a stranger to painting with oils, acrylic and watercolor. Her work has been included at the American Watercolor Society’s prestigious Salmagundi Club in NYC and in private collections throughout the United States. Her work is available for sale at her 310 Art Studio, Riverview Station, 191 Lyman Street, Asheville and for view at and on Instagram: katrina_chenevert_artist.

Chenevert is also the curator for Adler Gallery where she exhibits 4-5 shows a year.

For more information, call her at 703-501-4837 or email

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