The Franklin County Arts Guild announces a Member Show by Tom Knowles entitled “Off the Beaten Track.” The show which will run from September 3rd to October 27th and will feature photographs and expert miniatures of his some of his … Continue reading →
The Community Arts Show “Inspirations” closed August 1st and when all the votes of visitors to the gallery were counted Janice Grant’s stained glass art piece “At The Cross” was voted as the favorite. To some visitors the many long, … Continue reading →
The Community Arts Show “Birds ” opened Thursday August 6th and will run through September 26. The artists’ reception on Friday August 7th was well attended and included a surprise performance by Melissa Krosnick in a fabulous bird costume. The show features … Continue reading →
The Franklin County Arts Guild will host a group show by Tullahoma and Shelbyville members of The Healing Arts Project, Inc. (HAPI) provides an avenue for persons in mental health and addiction recovery to express their creativity through a wide … Continue reading →
The reception for the Franklin County Arts Guild show at the Tullahoma Fine Arts Center was well attended and many folks from the Tullahoma area came to see the works. Here are some pics of the reception, remember the show … Continue reading →
Tom’s amazing show has opened. I have attached some pictures of his work and of the reception on May 30th. Come by and see all the lovely things! The Franklin County Arts Guild is pleased to announce that Tom Cowan, … Continue reading →
Cara “Marynn” Robinson, who will graduate from Franklin County High School (FCHS) this spring, is the recipient of the Franklin County Arts Guild’s 2015 College Arts Scholarship. The $1000 Arts Scholarship is given annually to a talented student from Franklin County who is planning on pursuing a college degree in an arts field. The scholarship has been given by the Guild since 1986. Scholarship recipients for the last ten years can be found at https://fcaguild.wordpress.com.
Cara is the daughter of Winchester residents Jackie and Charity Robinson. She is an outstanding student ranking first out of 337 students at FCHS. Her many activity include current president of the Beta Club, a member of the National Honors Society, and playing in FCHS bands, and member of the Student Council. Cara plans to attend Middle Tennessee State University and obtain BA and Master’s degrees in Art Education and then come home to Franklin County to teach the children in her community. Cara “Marynn” Robinson recipient of 2015 FCAG scholarship with Anna Kathryn Anderson, Scholarship Committee Chair.
You can now receive a work of art when you make a $20 donation to the FCAG.
You can get your name on the Rooster Booster Roster when you make a $20 donation to the FCAG Scholarship Fund.
Tiny wood carvings by Dwain Adams
You are also able to receive your pick of small works of art such as cards, jewels, or small pictures when you make a donation to the HVAC Fund for the new gallery heating and cooling system. Just come by the gallery and see all the beautiful things!
Computer manipulated watercolor repainted in ink and watercolor
The Artisan Depot with the approval of the Franklin County Arts Guild has established a new policy and Schedule for art work that is hung on the Art boards in the gallery. This schedule is meant to encourage member artists to exhibit new works which will likewise encourage new visitors and customers to come to the gallery and to see what’s new. This January members are asked to collect art that is currently hanging and to bring in new work for exhibit. New works will be on exhibit for six months. Then in July these works will be removed and new works will be hung. This biannual schedule goes into effect this month. Can’t wait to see your new work!