Creative-enthusiasts flock to Marshall to enjoy the works of local artists and no place better exemplifies the local passion than at Flow. Just 30 minutes from Asheville, the exposed brick building has held a number of different businesses and in 2010 it became home to Flow. The name Flow is inspired by the French Broad River that flows adjacent to Marshall and is an iconic aspect of the town.

There are so many talented artists in Madison County, and Flow has grown into an important hub to showcase them. Flow began with 8 local female artists and today features art from over 70 artists! Every piece of art featured at Flow is a truly unique creation that was handmade. The artists featured at Flow fuel the creative energy that is well-known in Marshall.

Whether it is pottery, wood-working, paintings, photography or anything in between, Flow has an eclectic array of fantastic art from local artists you won’t want to miss! Additionally, the art featured at Flow is constantly evolving so this is a gallery you’ll want to keep on checking out! The Madison County Arts Council hosts an art gallery crawl on the third Thursday of each month and Flow is a prominent stop for art enthusiasts.

A visit to Flow is a great idea for a date night, be sure to stop into one of Marshall’s many restaurants afterwards and then go for a walk along the French Broad River too!

For more information and to plan your visit check out the link below.

“A Big City gallery tucked away in a quaint,  adorable, small town. This gallery hosts an amazing variety of diverse arts and crafts. From coveted tapestries to Van Gogh style paintings. There are discoveries here waiting to be found. The artwork speaks volumes about their artistsperspective. Don’t pass this shop unless you’ve already found this little treasure !” -Shannon F.

“So much talent in Madison County! Beautiful, affordable gifts lovingly made  by local artists and craftspeople. Great shopping for unique gifts.” -Ellen P.