Artist Statement: “My predilection to draw and paint was first exhibited as a young child. My mother would set me in front of an easel and I would paint for hours at a time. As I grew older, I loved to spend most of my
John Ribble, Maryville College alumnus has a passion for drawing. He has solely dedicated himself to the pursuit of art, and the lifelong goal of being an artist. He has built a career of recording the natural beauty of the Wisconsin countryside. Preserving the rural
Tennessee Artists Association exhibit “What is Important to Us”, represents some of the very best work of its members, and is a very personal show for the organization. TAA represents artists of various skill levels, working in a variety of mediums and is a volunteer
Galleries are open 9AM to 5PM, Monday through Friday. A reception will be held Sept. 24, 6-8 p.m. An art lecture will be held at 7 p.m. in the Clayton Center for the Arts’ Harold and Jean Lambert Recital Hall.
Carl Gombert was born in Brimfield, Ohio in 1959. He started taking painting lessons at the age of 14 with money he earned delivering newspapers. He earned a BFA in Drawing from the University of Akron and an MFA in Painting from Kent State University.
Alyssa Coffin is an interdisciplinary artist from New England. She graduated from Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, Massachusetts, with studies in visual art as well as creative writing. She has traveled widely, including a formative period in Ireland, focusing on environmental interventions and performances.