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Featured Artist: Bonnie Williams, Stained Glass and Madelaine Singleton, Painter
Bonnie Williamson started stained glass lessons 20 years ago and it was almost an instant passion. For the next seventeen years, she has made almost everyone she knows a pieces of art and she eventually outgrew her guest bedroom and opened a much larger studio in Eagleville. After 30 years as a marketing rep, she opened Glass Onion Studio where she gives lessons and helps create other's passion for Stained Glass.
Madeline Singleton was inspired 10 years ago by a number of family members and friends who became artists in their later years. She decided to pick up a paint brush and realized that it provides great therapy and was an additional creative outlet from her past career as an interior designer. In fact, each painting is often created to complement the space in which it will be used. Madeline's works spans a variety of styles, referencing movements like impressionism and Cubism.
Third Annual Artist's Studio Tour planning is underway and will take place in November, 10-11, 2019.
This is a ticketed event open to the public in which professional working artists open their studios to the public. This is a great opportunity to visit artists in our community and learn about their artwork.
Visit studios on one or both days for one ticket price. Save $5 and get your ticket in advance!
In this post, I wanted to highlight some new art offerings for our community. First the Franklin Art Scene hosts the monthly Art Crawl. If you are interested in exhibiting your work, contact them for more details There is a new Franklin Creative Gallery & Boutique located at 1261 Columbia Ave. This gallery will add to what Gallery 202 and…
Welcome to our newly update website! We have been working hard on making our site more user friendly and helpful to you the artist, arts educator, arts advocate, collector and community member. We want to be a resource for you on all things arts related and we want to serve as connector to the arts community. Let us know how…