Some art and fine craftsmanship are so amazing they leave you scratching your head. At Arts & Ales on February 17, you can watch artists plying their trades.
Cathy Norell will be demonstrating clay art; Nancy Wallace will be doing her complex and fascinating shadowboxes; Casey Vaughn will be working on comic and graphic arts; Glenn Vandenbosch will be showing how he creates his paintings; Kim Phillips will be doing her many-layered papercuts; Gail Christopher will be working on decorative crafts; and Carol VandenBosch will be demonstrating how to make mosaics.
Join the Mob
Guild mainstay Frances Perea will be leading a "mob art" activity: making masks. Anyone attending Arts & Ales can participate.
Reserve your tickets online at www.artsandales.com -- there is a "Read More" link to find out more about the bands and brewers -- or by stopping at the Artisan Depot during gallery hours.
The Artisan Depot is the gallery of the Franklin County Arts Guild and is located at 204 Cumberland Street East in Cowan, Tennessee. It is open each week from noon to 5:00 pm on Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays and 11:00 am to 5:00 pm on Saturdays. Click here for more information, like our Facebook page, or contact Diana Lamb at 931-308-4130.