Multiple Artisans to display wares at Townsend Visitors Center in November
Maryville, Tenn. – Many talented local artisans are set to display their wares in the Townsend Visitors Center exhibit hall located at 7906 E. Lamar Alexander Parkway in Townsend, Tenn. Exhibitors will demonstrate their crafts, which include photography, ceramics, stained glass and woodworking. A complete listing is below.
If you wish to exhibit in 2013, please contact Deborah Nye at 865.448.6134 or email@example.com
Oct. 31 – Nov. 2
Photography Exhibit – Linda Waterhouse’s goal is for the viewer to hear the music, smell the flowers and inspire conversation and diversified interpretation.
Decoupage Plates/Ceramics – Anna Bolton turns clear glass plates of different sizes into works of art by applying cotton fabric to the back.
Stained Glass – Larry and Paula McLain work in a small studio next to their home in Walland where they have been perfecting their craft for the past 14 years.
Photography – Barry Spruce uses his 30 years of wildlife and nature experience to deliver outstanding photographs of animals and the natural surroundings of the Smoky Mountains.
Photography – Rodney Hall is a local photographer who uses a wide range of styles and images to produce the perfect picture.
Woodturning - Tom Sciple began woodturning in 1995 and his works include deep vases, bowls, platters and natural-edge items (with the bark attached).
Art Exhibit – Fred Weiser’s paintings strive to convey the feelings, sights and emotions that he has been blessed to be able to experience by being out in nature.
Woodcarving – Hezzie Holden is a retired fireman who has been carving for more than 20 years with all types of wood in a multiple of designs.
Nov. 21-25 & 30
Photography/Holiday Portraits – Mary Grace McCaffery specializes in portraits, reunions and events while carefully planning each photograph with correct lighting.
The Townsend Artisan Guild Exhibit will display the works of local artisans.