Exceptional Art For A New World

Our gallery is committed to the excellence of fine art that combines emotional, physical, and metaphysical themes that touch, move, and inspire us. All art is born of inner vision that is made manifest through materials. When you see a work of art that touches you, it becomes a language of the soul. No work of art is complete until it finds a home.

Exceptional Art For A New World

Our gallery is committed to the excellence of fine art that combines emotional, physical, and metaphysical themes that touch, move, and inspire us. All art is born of inner vision that is made manifest through materials. When you see a work of art that touches you, it becomes a language of the soul. No work of art is complete until it finds a home.

Blue Dharma Gallery

Fine Art

Nestled in the heart of Historic Downtown Asheville, Blue Dharma Fine Art Gallery invites you to enjoy the many styles of Bill Bowers’ work: Zen Expressionism, Surreal Art, Abstracts, and Theme Exhibits. He is also known for his personal constructed Totems. Blue Dharma Fine Art has an emphasis on the surreal, the serene, and the calming of the mind. The influence of meditation and breathwork are made visual by the fusion of all the artifacts in the gallery.

The name Blue Dharma equates to “blue blessing”. The color blue elicits a response universally. It’s the color of the sky, of the formless flow of water, and represents imagination and intuition. Dharma can mean the eternal nature of reality, the underlying cosmic law of the universe, or simply a blessing. Bill invites you to feel the many muses that inspired this name and that live within his art.

Browse By Category

Originals

Framed Prints

Gifts

Meet Bill Bowers

Contemporary Artist

Bill Bowers believes art begins with an internal journey. What began as an exercise in aesthetics in decorating department store window displays quickly became an immersive passion after falling in love with the fine art galleries of Cape Cod. He was enrolled in the very first Museum School in the summer of 1983 at the Provincetown Art Association & Museum with Instructor John Frank.

For decades, he has dedicated his life to the process of creation as a self-taught artist. He has participated in several exhibitions, one man shows, designer showcases, artist guilds, and co-ops.