It is our hope that these works bring beauty and inspiration into your world.
Resting. Scratchboard and Ink by Kathy Plemmons Dawson. 11x14. Framed. $150
Green Moon. Beaded Necklace by Marilynn Helms. 4x4. NFS
In the Moonlight. Oil and Gold Leaf on Panel by Cristy Dunn. SOLD
Butterfly Bowl. Lyn Walker. Red Ambrosia Maple. 4 3/4 X 10 1/2. $300.00.
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Jason Hughes. Everlasting Faith, Hope and Love. Leather Carving. 14x14. NFS
Deklan Thomas. The Road Goes Ever On and On. Photograph. 5x7. $15
Tia Thomas. Comfort in the Routine. Photograph. 12x12 on styrene $39
John Jackson. Backbone Rock. Photogravure print made on Hahnemulhe copper plate paper (11x11”) - soy ink - process cyan color.
The image is 7.5x7.5”.
Limited edition of 3 prints.
$150 - unframed.
Linda Johnson. Mandala on Wood. Acrylic and Pencil on Walnut. 5x10. $50 SOLD
Unbroken Circles. 11x14. Mixed Media by Karen Carey. $45
Temple Reece. Will the Circle Be Unbroken: Buskin' on Main. Acrylic. 11x14 Framed. SOLD
Kathie Love. in His hands. Pigment Ink and Watercolor. 8x10. NFS
Dennis Shekinah. Somewhere in Colorado. Ink and Colored Pencil. NFS.
Linda Johnson. Untitled. Acrylic and Watercolor Pencil on Canson Mixed Media Paper. Image size 10” diameter. NFS.
Dennis Shekinah. Hummingbird. Ink on Paper. NFS.
Kathleen Britts. Out on a Limb. Book. $25.
Kathleen Britts. An Eye on the Sparrow. Book. $25.
Tara Belk. Untitled. 10" High Fire Stoneware. NFS.
Tara Belk. BEYOND is 24” x 24” Acrylic. NFS
Fishing. Brenda Ollis. 11x15 Stained Glass. NFS
Art is an unbroken circle in many ways. It puts us in touch with the history of humanity- from Cave Art to Renaissance Art, from the French Impressionists to the Modern Art of Today. In that long trek of humanity, Art shows us the significant changes in life at the same time reminding us that the essence of the human spirit does not change. Who can gaze at a Renaissance painting of the Madonna and Child and not feel a surge of warmth toward motherhood. Art reaches into the innermost part of our being, reminding us of what it means to be human, to be loving, caring, comforting toward each other.
Art often rediscovers or reinterprets something valuable from the past. The famous Priest Henri Nouwen had a life changing experience when he saw Rembrandt's painting of the Return of the Prodigal Son. He had loved the famous parable. However, when he saw Rembrandt's painting, it added another dimension to his understanding and appreciation of what undying love that father had for his son, illustrating our Heavenly Father's love for us. The story had come full circle from Jesus to Rembrandt to Nouwen. And in telling his reaction to the father's hand placed so lovingly on the back of his ragged, barefoot son, Nouwen passed to his readers the indescribable impact that art can have on the human spirit. Such is the miracle of the Unbroken Circle of Art.
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Thank you to Tennessee Arts Commission, Johnson County Community Foundation, and the individuals and businesses who support our mission and vision.