The Bachelor’s Megan Bell had her wedding scheduled for the first Saturday in May at the Asheville Art Museum. She wanted to get married on the day of the Kentucky Derby just like her parents. But like many brides this year, as a result of COVID-19, she’s had to face the difficult decision of how to handle her wedding plans. Bell was kind enough to speak with Communications/External Affairs Assistant Devon Fero and the Museum’s Special Events Manager Shay Brown (Shay Brown Events) to share her feelings about moving her wedding to the fall.
Megan Bell and fiancé Kyle Davis pose in front of Wesley Clark’s My Big Black America in the Windgate Foundation Atrium. Wesley Clark, My Big Black America, 2015, stain, spray paint, latex, and salvaged wood, 192 × 120 × 14 inches. Museum purchase with major support from 2017 A.R.T. members Ron & Nancy Edgerton, Kevin Click, Butch & Kathy Patrick, Rick & Maggi Swanson, and Monty McCutchen & Terri Sigler, and additional contributions from 2017 A.R.T. members Miller & Constance Williams, 2017.39.01. © Wesley Clark