Hung art with Tennessee Art League colleagues

For April’s show.  There’re some lovely works up this month, including this beauty, “Baby Bok Choy” by Kathleen Dummer, a very talented fellow member.  Distinguishing the beauty to be found in all of nature, I love this work.  Beautiful, yes?  I didn’t have my act together enough (nor spare

works around) to submit a work for the show, but it will be a nice one all the same.

Located at 808 Broadway, the Tennessee Art League  is right across from The Frist Museum, and part of the First Saturday Art Crawl downtown.  It’s a lovely evening out, there are free shuttles to take you throughout the art neighborhoods and it’s always a great time!  Think about heading there this Saturday, April 7 for a lovely experience.

And in case you’re reading this, don’t forget, my works are still up at Provence Breads in Hillsboro Village and I will be present there for the Hillsboro Village Art Walk, a lively time on 21st Avenue in Hillsboro Village from 5-8 p.m.    As it celebrates Earth Day, too, there will be loads of organizations that work in support of our Earth participating!  Do come out if you get a chance.  Works

Le Maison

like the one below of mine will be on display at Provence.  I hope to see you there!

About Maura Satchell, contemporary artist and writer

Contemporary artist, seeker, writer. Curious to a fault. I let the fates take me where they will and never say no to an adventure. That has led me on some heart-stirring journeys and impetuous choices. I regret nothing.
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