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gbryant studio

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Watercolor and acrylic paintings; relief and intaglio prints; folk art

Gay Bryant is an artist, painter, and printmaker who teaches regionally and resides in Knoxville, Tennessee. She has worked as a studio artist for the last 30 years and has been developing her art since grade school. A deep appreciation of nature, architecture, and events of everyday life are the driving forces in her work. Craftsmanship and traditional skills are used to depict the rich culture and landscape of eastern Tennessee. Woodcuts, linoleum block, etchings, and collagraphs make up her printmaking and her painting is done in watercolor or acrylic. Gay’s work is represented in regional galleries and in international collections. See artist’s website at http://www.gbryantstudio.com for samples of work.

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Bapo Design

 
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We are a custom fabrication shop specializing in handmade furniture and interiors.

Bapo Design is a custom fabrication shop specializing in handmade furniture and interiors.

Our capabilities include: Woodworking - Steel Fabrication - Blacksmithing - Forging - Welding - CNC Fabrication - Metal Casting - Resin Casting - Custom Furniture - Interior Design - Creative Fabrication

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daisyeyes handmade

 
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Hand embroidered goods, patterns, kits and other fiber arts (I'm also a sewing educator on hiatus)

I come from a long line of women makers. I sleep under quilts that my grandmother made, my head rests on pillowcases that my aunt embroidered, and my memories are full of time spent watching my mom and grandmother create. I create one of a kind items through embroidery, quilting and other fiber arts. The majority of my sewing and embroidery skills are self-taught, and I’d like to think there is a little bit of genetic love seeping through.

Leann Cooper/ Leann's Art

 
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Original drawings and watercolors that are then made into prints, cards and at Christmas time, ornaments.

After spending over 20 years as a fulltime mom for three children, I returned to my love of drawing and watercolor in the Fall of 2009. I specialize in drawing and painting flowers, nature and portraits. I’m especially fond of combining animals and flowers in the same piece. I use acid free papers and high-quality pencils and pigments, and all originals are sealed with a museum quality spray. I believe our lives are filled with lovely small moments that can easily be missed, therefore it is always my goal to try and capture them on paper. (At the moment, the best place to see recent work is on my Facebook Art page.)

McAlpin Creative

 
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DIY Kits! We specialize in tray and sign kits!

We specialize in DIY kits. We send everything you need to make memories and experiences together—all in one box! We specialize in sign and tray kits, offering numerous and custom designs!

Lyndsey Sharp

 
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Mostly 2-D art using various and mixed media

I am an interior designer by trade and education, but I have been a maker all my life. Over the years I have explored collage, embroidery, quilting, knitting, murals, painting, and drawing, but I am currently focused on drawing and painting with the hope of experimenting and incorporating more 3-D elements.

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BlackByrd Jewelry

 
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Hand made jewelry formed from metal, leather, and love.

Heather Eggleston, a homegrown Tennessee girl, is a stay at home gypsy who loves her family. A self-taught jewelry maker, Heather has been designing and making jewelry for 13 years. If you love whimsical & rustic, this is your kind of jewelry. Stir in a dash of gypsy with metal and leather, and voila! Drawn to the wanderlust-boho feel? Self-empowerment, love, and peace with quotes for the wandering soul? BlackByrd Jewelry is calling your name. And don’t be afraid to let her create something one of a kind, just for you!

Heather wishes that each piece finds its destiny with the wanderer who wears it.

Gina's Art Hammond

 
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 Art cards and canvas art

I got started doing art 23 years ago. I started painting furniture. Keeping my day jobs at The Great Wall and Sertoma Center I started taking stained glass art classes and oil painting classes. Today I sell in 6 shops and am growing. I am a card artist and canvas artist selling in 6 shops. I give back to Feeding the Orphans in Ghana, Africa. I make art by using canvas, washi tape and oil paint.

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Anna Greer

 
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Illustrations and Comics  

I write and draw comics along with standalone illustrations. I graduated summa cum laude from UT after making my own major— Social Justice and Storytelling: Advocating for Human Rights Through Comics. Most of my work is digital art (drawn on an iPad Pro with an Apple Pencil using Procreate or Adobe Draw and manipulated in Photoshop on my laptop), but I am versed in traditional media (India ink, pastels, oil paints, Intaglio) as well. My perspective as a feminist activist definitely informs my art.

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Alex Bonner Design

Illustrations + Branding + Publication Layout

I am a graphic designer by trade but have been drawing since I was little, an activity that has brought me joy throughout my life. I graduated from NC State's College of Design, finding graphic design through my love of illustration. I have strived to combine my interests of art, design, and biology into work that is uniquely my own.

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KLockmiller Art

 
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Musician/shadowed hues portraits

I am a chromesthete which means I see a vast array of real colors in my mind when I listen to music. I like to think of it as my own personal light show.

My goal for each portrait is to let you glimpse music and musicians the way I do. The show is too beautiful not to share. There is a kinship between color and music – both can say what words can not.

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Mighty Mud

 
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Ceramics, Sculpture, Pottery, Mosaics, Paintings

We are locally owned and artist operated. Mighty Mud is the place to go in Knoxville for all of your ceramic supply needs. We also offer a wide variety of art classes and workshops, provide studios to local artists, and sell finished artwork in our gallery. We have been making some exciting changes to the store and studio including lots of new product lines and new class and workshop offerings.

127 Jennings Ave. Knoxville, Tn 37917

Tues 11-6, Wed 11-6, Thurs 11-9, Friday 11-6

Parking on site

865-595-1900