Calendar of Events
Sunday, September 25, 2022
Old Sevier September Market
SUNDAY AT 2 PM – 6 PM
Join us at HI WIRE BREWING for our September market! Captain Ed's Vinyl Voyage will be spinning records while you're sipping beverages and perusing wares from over 30 vendors. From foods to fine art, clothing to candles, and plants to pottery, there is so much to check out! See you there!
*Dogs are allowed on leash*
Gridwerk Trading Co.
The Plant Trolley
black roses boutique
Knox girl soap
Wild Sky Tie Dye
southern oak lavender farm
Three of Wands Wellness LLC
Riverbend Candle Co
The Wired Alchemist
Bead Chick Jewelry
Felicia's Crafty Adventures
Soothsayer Teahouse and Apothecary
Beastie and Bone
The Sunbird Home
Maple Avenue Gifts
Propagation of Creation
Treats & Chill
Memoirs Coffee Roasters
cal’s Cosmic Cauldron
Yum Yum's Patisserie
Archie Liggett Jewelry
Esther Sitver Artwork
Keoke Coffee Bar
Ewing Gallery: Relatives by Chris Cornelius
A new exhibition featuring architectural work by Chris Cornelius of studio:indigenous opens in the Ewing Gallery of Art + Architecture Wednesday, September 21. This exhibition, organized by UT’s College of Architecture + Design, will run through October 21.
Click to read an interview with Chris Cornelius.
Ewing Gallery, 1715 Volunteer Blvd on the UT campus, Knoxville, TN 37996. Information: 865-974-3200, www.ewing-gallery.utk.edu
Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts: Friends of Arrowmont Auction
You can support Arrowmont through the Friends of Arrowmont Online Auction. This month-long auction presents unique arts and crafts by artists in the Arrowmont community. Each piece of art was created by a working professional artist who is showing their support of Arrowmont. Bring home one or more of the fabulous pieces of handcrafted artwork. Auction proceeds benefit Arrowmont and help ensure arts and crafts education is possible for people who otherwise might not be able to participate in a workshop.
Look for new artwork added to the auction each week and bid often to secure your favorite pieces. Thank you for supporting Arrowmont!
The auction closes at 3:00 pm ET on Saturday, October 15, 2022. Items will be awarded to the highest bidder. Winners will be contacted after the auction closes. If you have any questions please contact Deborah Sosower, 865-436-5860 x 29, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, 556 Parkway, Gatlinburg, TN 37738. Information: 865-436-5860, https://www.arrowmont.org
UT Gardens: Online Auction of our Bee Art Exhibits
Friday, September 16 thru Tuesday, September 27
Over 80 artists of all ages put their creativity on full display to participate in our Annual Art in the Garden program this year! All summer you've had the opportunity to view them on display in the Gardens, and soon you'll be able to bid on your favorites! Each of the adults' and kids' art pieces will be available to the highest bidder on our online auction site.
The link to the bidding site will be on our website. Bidding will close at 5pm on Tuesday, September 27. Winning bidders will be contacted after the close of the auction and can schedule a time to pick up their art during our Fall Plant Sale. Payment will be made at the time of pickup.
UT Gardens, Chapman Drive, Knoxville, TN 37996. Information: 865-974-7151, https://utgardens.tennessee.edu/
Tomato Head: Exhibition by Jessica Payne
UT Downtown Gallery: Artist in Residence Biennial
Receptions will be Friday, September 2 and Friday, October 7 from 5-9pm at the Gallery.
The 2022 AIR Biennial will showcase of the work of our past 4 Artists in Residence at the University of Tennessee School of Art: Heidi Howard, Esteban Cabeza de Baca, Zahar Vaks, and Curtis Talwst Santiago.
The Artist in Residence Program was initiated in 1982. Each semester an invited resident artist teaches both undergraduate and graduate level courses in the Painting + Drawing curriculum. The AIR program is highly successful in making a direct connection to the marketplace of ideas that surrounds art centers such as New York City, Chicago, and LA. The Artists in Residence invited to campus represent a spectrum of current sensibilities in painting and drawing.
All UT Downtown Gallery events are free and open to the public. Masking is strongly encouraged. UT Downtown Gallery, 106 S. Gay St, Knoxville, TN 37902. Hours: W-F 11-6, Sa 10-3. Information: 865-673-0802, https://downtown.utk.edu
Knoxville Community Media: Urban Explorer Knoxville auction
A fundraiser for the outreach initiatives of KCM. Featuring an auction of original art on skateboards from: Ashley Addair, Joshua Bienko, Bryan Baker, Pity Cat, Preston Farrow, Lynne Ghenov, Rubens Ghenov, Michael Giles, Marcia Goldenstein, Kellen Hatanaka, R. Michael Hendrix, Kelly Hider, Jim Houser, Risa Hricovsky, Jake Ingram, Carri Jobe, John Kilduff, Ariel Lee, Macrame Momma, Vanessa Mayoraz, Rebecca Norton, Amos Oaks, Cal Oaks, Brian Pittman, Peter Riesing, Aaron Rose, Andrew Saftel, Sarah Shebaro, Paul Sherry, Joshua Shorey, Tony Sobota, Jered Sprecher, Sean Starwars, Jeffrey Vallance, George Wilson, Paris Woodhull. With historical skateboard archives from: Jay Cabler, Jacob Dohm, Cal Oaks, Patrick McInerney, Emmanuel Perez, Ryan Wilburn. Virtual bidding starts Fri Sep 2 at midnight, and live viewing, final bids, film screening, and live performance from Matt Nelson happens Fri Oct 7, 6-10 PM at 107 Bearden Place, Knoxville, TN 37917. Bids close at 10 PM on Fri Oct 7. To register: https://urban-explorer-knoxville.myshopify.com
Art Market Gallery: Ed Lewis and Carole Stoiber
First Friday Reception: September 2nd, 5:30 – 9:00 pm
Ed Lewis, Wood
After moving to Tennessee, Ed was able to have a woodworking shop and decided to try woodturning. He discovered he had a natural ability in using a lathe. After making the usual bowls, vases, and platters, he started experimenting with segmented pieces, especially “dizzy” bowls. He enjoys the process of making unique patterns that people will be proud to display. Ed volunteers at the Wears Valley Ranch where he teaches woodturning to students ranging in age from 10 to 17. He was accepted to be part of the 20th Master Woodworker’s Show in Knoxville, hosted by the East Tennessee Woodworker’s Guild, where two of his pieces were on display.
Carole Stoiber, Painting
Carole Stoiber is a two-dimensional artist who expresses herself in watercolors, oils, and acrylic paints. Her two-dimensional works are presently on display and for sale at the Art Market Gallery in Knoxville. To express three-dimensional ideas, Carole works in clay. When living in Harrisonburg, VA, Carole began painting original watercolor portraits of homes on commission. She called her business, “A Different Kind of House Painting”. Patrons marvel at her talent to create beautiful images with skillful techniques, vibrant colors, and imaginative designs that provoke emotions and memories with familiar, yet unique visions. Carole received a Fine Arts Degree with a Ceramic Concentration from Barton College (Wilson, NC; http://www.bartoncollege.org). Carole continues to learn and create every day in all watercolor and oil painting and ceramics. Carole taught art to children for over twenty years. She lives and works in Tennessee and her philosophy to stay young is to create something every day. http://www.carolestoiberart.com
Awaken Coffee: Featuring Reem Arnouk
Awaken Coffee will host an opening reception for artist Reem Arnouk, on Sept. 2 from 6-8 pm.
Born and raised in Syria, Art has been a huge influence in her life. Reem moved to America in 2013. She believes art to be a worldwide language and a way for human beings to communicate. “This art show theme reflects the different body shapes of women; perfect and beautiful. I believe what God said that we are beautifully and wonderfully made. In fact, God is the potter, we are the clay and the work of His hand. We are not called to be perfect, but to be beautiful. We are to accept, love, and support each other," she says.
Please join us for some amazing art, light refreshments, and of course great coffee!
Art Guild at Fairfield Glade: Exhibition by Kirsten Murray and Kim Griffin
Kirsten Murray and Kim Griffin, are the Art Guild’s featured member-artists for September. They will be honored at the Fun and Wine Reception on Friday, September 2, from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m., at the Plateau Creative Arts Center located at 451 Lakeview Drive in Fairfield Glade. Also on display will be a special member exhibit entitled Looking Down. Wearing masks is optional. Wine will be served. This event is free and open to the public.
Kirsten Murray’s lifelong career was in global logistics. In 2015, she retired in Fairfield Glade. Kirsten has always had a creative side and often had a fiber art project in her hands, as time permitted. Fast forward 35 years, her desire to focus on her art was rekindled. Several people contributed to Kirsten’s expanding skill set in the last few years. A friend of hers introduced her to the ancient Japanese braiding art of Kumihimo. This inspired her to learn about beads and beading techniques. This led to taking classes at the William Holland School for Lapidary Arts. Renowned professional bead artist Sherry Serafini introduced Kirsten to bead embroidery during some of her workshops and completely unleashed Kirsten’s inner beading beast in 2018. As she leaned more, Kirsten developed her own unique and easily identified stye and artistry.
Kirsten’s unique and easily identifiable stye and artistry has been recognized by patrons in many successful sales venues and art shows. She has won many awards for her wearable art creations, including Best in Show, 1st Place and Honorable Mention.
Kim Griffin is a native Texan who moved to Tennessee in 2012 with her husband of 42 years. Kim has participated in art shows across Tennessee and Texas, and loves the interaction with customers. Her work has been featured on the cover of two magazines, Art Doll quarterly, and Haute Handbags, and she has written several articles for each publication. Kim’s interested include beadwork, painting, Tambour Embroidery, travel, and gardening.
Art Guild at Fairfield Glade at the Plateau Creative Arts Center, 451 Lakeview Drive, Fairfield Glade, TN 38558. Hours: M-Sa 9-4. Information: 931-707-7249, www.artguildfairfieldglade.net
HoLa Hora Latina: Frutos Latinos exhibition
A unique exhibition by HoLa Hora Latina member artists celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month - one exhibition, two venues!
Opening Fri Sep 2, 5-9 PM at the Emporium and on view through Thu Sep 8
Then, on display at the Knoxville Museum of Art from Sep 15 - Oct 1. Knoxville Museum of Art, 1050 World's Fair Park Dr, Knoxville, TN 37916. Hours: Tu-Sa 10-5, Su 1-5. Information: 865-525-6101, www.knoxart.org
Casa HoLa is located inside the Emporium for the Arts on the bottom floor in Suite 112 at 100 S. Gay St., Knoxville, TN 37902.
865-335-3358 or email@example.com
Mighty Mud: Pass the Biscuits by Amanda Humphreys
A collection of ceramic works about the comfort of childhood nostalgia by Amanda Humphreys. The show kicked off last week on First Friday, September 2nd. Amanda will be the featured artist at Mighty Mud Gallery the entire month of September, so there will be plenty of time to go check it out!
Mighty Mud, 126 and 127 Jennings Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37917. Hours: Tu-F 11-6, Sat 9-5. Open studio time on Thu 6-9. Information: 865-595-1900, www.mightymudclay.com