News about artists

A Jured Exhibit to be held during the month of September 2006.

All Artist Members may enter up to 3 pieces of work for the Exhibit Selection. Non-members may submit up to 3 pieces of artwork for $8.00, per work, to be juried.

Each piece must be ready for hanging (with wire hangers).

Art Work should be brought on August 16th & 17th from 2-6pm.

There are several awards to be given out, including a $250 cash prize and 4 $100 cash prizes. Gift certificates will also be available.

* At the time of the exhibit, the 139th Winners from the American Watercolor Society’s 2006 Competition will be on display in the Regional Art Museum Gallery portion of the building for the free public viewing.

A Reception will be held from 1-3pm on July 9th for our area artists that have their art on display at the Art Center.

Meet OurĀ Artists

Featured artist

As a long-time member of the Parthenon Porcelain Painters, the Tennessee Porcelain Artists, and the Tullahoma Fine Arts Center, examples of her work are on display at the Tullahoma Fine Arts Center. Sidney enjoys working primarily in the porcelain medium but also does oils, watercolors, and stained glass. She has many murals on display at the former Bel Aire Church of Christ, the Church of Christ at Cedar Lane and in many homes in the area.

Her love for art began at an early age and she has studied, and been influenced, by many artists from local artisans, like the late Lois Heald and Cornelia Ilgnar, and nationally renownd artists Sando, Nancy Fisher, Barbara Walker,and Paula Collins. “The great thing about art is you can easily pick up the basics of color or line, but you can spend your whole life trying to get it all to come together,” says Sidney.

Featured artist

Gloria Gordon gets a surprise visit from daughter Linda as she opens an exhibit of her acrylic paintings.

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Russel Mobley featured in Watercolor magazine

Tullahoma Artist Russel Mobley is featured in the Winter issue of Watercolor, an American Artist publication.

The article is about the use of watercolors in hand-painting photographic images.