HUNTINGDON, Tenn. – The West Tennessee Artisan Trail’s “Fine art, fine life” exhibit is on display May 6-July 29 at The Dixie Performing Arts & Academic Enrichment Center.
The artists’ reception takes place 4:30-6:30 p.m. May 6 in the Ballroom Gallery.
“Fine art, fine life” features 12 juried artisans sharing their creative journey in art mediums such as pottery, woodturning, jewelry, paintings, photography, textiles and sculpture. These artisans include: Jan Strickland, pottery; Libby Lynch, jewelry; Wanda Stanfill, painter, sculptor; Andrew Boks, abstract artist; Greg Phillips, woodturning; Hattie Duncan, sculptor; Janice Sumler, painter; Lisa Garner, textiles; Jacque Hillman, jewelry; Jesse Hillman, photography; Lisa Kersey, painter; Dennis Fischer, woodturning.
The West Tennessee Artisan Trail was created in 2015 to provide regional artists the opportunity to show and sell through local festivals, gallery shows and pop-up shops. Membership is based on judges’ selections following an application process.
The Dixie is located at 191 Court Square in Huntingdon. For more information, call 731-986-2100 or visit www.dixiepac.net.
For more information about the West Tennessee Artisan Trail, call 731-394-2894 or visit www.westtennesseeartisantrail.com.
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