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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.”


10 Year Anniversary Weekend!
Written by Push Toy Project   
Wednesday, 17 June 2015 04:09


Come celebrate 10 years of PUSH Skateshop & Gallery this weekend
with the premiere of our new video "Left on Red" Friday, June 19 at
Asheville Music Hall at 9pm (31 Patton Ave-doors open at 8pm-music
by DJ Hillbilly Ocean and DJ Franco Nino) and the reception for PUSH:
a retrospective art show looking back on the last decade at PUSH Gallery
on Saturday, June 20 from 7-10pm (music by DJ Hillbilly Ocean). Also
come out for our Go Skateboarding Day skate celebration earlier on
Saturday at the Foundation Spot from 1-3pm and stop by PUSH anytime
during business hours (11-7) and take advantage of our 10 Year Anniversary
Sale as well as the release of our anniversary decks and tees with artwork by
Alli Good!

Brainstorm Art Show/Launch Party!
Written by Push Toy Project   
Wednesday, 06 May 2015 00:29


Where do ideas and inspiration come from? Push Gallery's first show of the year,
Brainstorm, opens this Friday, May 8th and explores this question through the artwork
of over a dozen creatives from a range of mediums. Featured artists include Bigfoot,
Adam Void, Gus! and Nathanael Roney.  The group exhibit will also serve as a launch
party for a new local skateboard company by the same name founded by long time
PUSH employee, Eric Hunt. Several of the featured artists' works make up the company's
first round of board graphics and T-shirts which will be available at the opening. T-shirts
will be screen printed live on site by Green Light Ink.

Brainstorm: Group exhibition and local skateboard company launch. Reception at PUSH
Gallery Friday, May 8 from 7-10pm. Show will run from May 8 until June 16.

Written by Push Toy Project   
Sunday, 29 March 2015 18:29


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! Check out the camp blog from
last year under the skate camp header on to see all of the
photos from last year.

PUSH Skateshop After Thanksgiving Sale!
Written by Push Toy Project   
Wednesday, 26 November 2014 22:03


This Friday, Saturday, and Sunday (November 28,29,30) we will be having our
AFTER THANKSGIVING SALE! 25% off all clothing and footwear. That includes
all the new stuff just in from companies like Nike SB, Volcom, Polar, RVCA, Huf 
and Emerica (excludes Nike SB "Northern Lights" that release Saturday). We 
will also take an extra 10% off all sale items (tons of new items on sale-up to 
60% off). Come support local businesses this Holiday Season! We love you.

Video Premiere at Thrashville!
Written by Push Toy Project   
Wednesday, 05 November 2014 14:47


Lance Turner art show at PUSH Gallery this Friday, Sept 5
Written by Push Toy Project   
Thursday, 04 September 2014 17:49

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Exhibition: Systems and Portraits
Artist: Lance Turner
Run Dates: September 5th-October 10th, 2012
Opening Reception: Friday, September 5th, from 7-10pm.

Push Gallery is pleased to announce the latest exhibition of new work by local artist Lance Turner with an opening reception of Friday, September 5th, 2014 from 7-10p.m. at the gallery. The exhibition will run through October 10th.

Lance Turner's latest installation of portrait paintings and moving images intend to further refine our understanding of the mechanics of painting, infinity, and the situation of the viewer through a seemingly limitless amount of patterning, mirrors and Photo-realist painting. He has recreated the PUSH gallery through murals of abstract landscapes that contain psychedelic systems of teeth and eyeballs that draw on a wide range of influences from Rococo painting to skateboard graphics to process art. The gallery is filled with moving images and paintings that incorporate the viewer as subject matter. These are placed on top of murals to immerse the viewer into a total work of art conveying information overload and rapid transition as an exaggeration of our sense of the present.

Lance Turner is from Morganton, NC, and recently graduated from Savannah College of Art and Design with an MFA in Painting. He has worked at the Asheville Art Museum and the Hickory Museum of Art. He has recently shown work at the National Ornamental Metals Museum in Memphis, TN; The Hickory Museum of Art in Hickory, NC; the Woodruff Arts Center in Atlanta, GA; and the Farmington Museum of Art in Farmington, NM. PUSH gallery is proud to present his latest work in this exciting new show. The event is free so come out and enjoy music, hors d'oeuvres, and beverages! Artist Reception Friday, September 5th from 7-10pm.
Bigfoot Art Show at PUSH Gallery!!!
Written by Push Toy Project   
Wednesday, 11 June 2014 17:59


BIGFOOT art show in Asheville North Carolina!

Bigfoot is coming to the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountain city of Asheville, North Carolina in July of 2014!!


With an exclusive appearance at the illustrious PUSH Skateshop on Friday July 18th, the local humans will be sure to either be appalled, or throw up their hands in applause.

Push skateshop will be producing a run of 200 decks dived up into 3 different color versions... A t-shirt and a matching sticker designed by the artist.

25 Patton Ave. 
Asheville, NC 

Friday JULY 18th, 2014 


Bender / Thrashville
Written by Push Toy Project   
Friday, 30 May 2014 19:57


"Our Favorite Toy" Foundation Fundraiser Art Show
Written by Push Toy Project   


Come out Friday, May 30 from 7-10pm for the group art show fundraiser "Our Favorite Toy" at PUSH Gallery. Curated by our very own Eric Hunt, all proceeds will go towards our DIY Foundation skate spot down in the river arts district. Refreshments graciously provided by Asheville Brewing Co. Come buy art and support the cause.

Mountain Masters Gentlemen's Cup
Written by Push Toy Project   

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The 2nd Annual Mountain Masters Gentlemen's Cup will be held at Thrashville Saturday, May 31. Sign up is at 11am. Contest starts at 2pm. You gotta come up to get down.


PUSH Skate Camp 2014! New Dates Added.
Written by Push Toy Project   
Tuesday, 20 May 2014 16:23


We have updated the dates for PUSH Skate Camp due to many of the schools in our area not getting out for summer until June 12th. So we have removed the first week of camp (June 9-13) and added a week on to the end (July 28-Aug 1). Also, due to popular demand we have reinstated our pay on the first day of camp policy.  A big thank you to everyone who has already signed up and came by the shop to pay. We realized that it ultimately just makes it easier for everyone to be able to sign up through email or by phone so give us a call at 828-225-5509 or email us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  to sign up today!

Nathanael Roney show at PUSH Gallery
Written by Push Toy Project   
Thursday, 17 April 2014 20:03


Age Cowboy presents Slown Down Pictures, a new collection of artworks by Nathanael Roney and an original soundtrack by J Seger, to open at PUSH Gallery (25 Patton Avenue) on Friday, April 18th from 7-10pm.


Followed by A Newspaper (2012) and The Deepening Blues (2013), Slown Down Pictures marks the third trial of "art show with soundtrack" the two have produced. And for the first time in the series, the individual works themselves have been titled, if not mostly for the sake of mentioning them here — BURDEN, COMPOSURE, SHIT CARS — titles meant to fulfill those traditional purposes of explanation.

Roney's work has been referred to as both "refreshing" and "masturbatory." Some people even hang it in their homes. He hates Rs and Ks and especially Bs, because he has a harder time drawing them than say Cs, Ts or lower case Es. This is not to say he uses the words he writes based on the preference he has in drawing them, but sometimes words and their characters are visually incorrect, making them useless in many cases. He considers the desire to articulate, even the instinct, to be the skin of great weakness. When used poorly, language assumes its power to conclude what it can only hypothesize. He often finds himself in defense from its influence, and at times, frustrated because of it.

Seger on the other hand, just don't give a fuck

PUSH Skate Camp 2014!
Written by Push Toy Project   
Saturday, 29 March 2014 03:44


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
for questions or come by the shop at 25 Patton Ave to sign up today. It's gonna
be a blast. Check out the camp blog from last year under the skate camp header

Written by Push Toy Project   
Thursday, 06 March 2014 02:43

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PUSH Gallery is proud to present Just Looking-new portrait/street photography by Anthony Bellemare. The opening reception is Friday, March 7 from 7-10pm. Just Looking will be on display from March 7 until April 14. Come one and all. Refreshments graciously provided by Asheville Pizza and Brewing. 

Anthony Bellemare, who makes his home in Asheville, NC, uses the camera as a means of capturing, creating and relaying moments — of place and person, and always in time. His photographs take note of brief sidewalk encounters and small-town city life, all in-passing. “I strive to make images that are anchored in a moment,” says Bellemare. “I enjoy wandering with intention, noticing a coincidence and following a hunch, and never wasting an opportunity.”

During the last 5 years Bellemare has contributed photographs for Verve, Bold Life and the Mountain Xpress and will be featuring portraits in the Asheville Citizen Times during an upcoming, month-long photography column entitled “Living Portraits” Just Looking is Bellemare’s second solo exhibition. For more information visit


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