Art Market Gallery Watercolorists Win Awards at the 34th Juried Exhibition of the Tennessee Watercolor Society
The Art Market Gallery (AMG) is comprised of painters, glass artists, printmakers, photographers, woodworkers, potters, fabric artists, jewelers, weavers, and sculptors. Locals and visitors to Knoxville can see this exceptional talent on display Tuesday through Sunday at our downtown Knoxville gallery. What a lot of folks are unaware of is...
We Welcome Our Newest Members
Please Welcome our newest members at our August 2018 First Friday Celebration on August 3rd, Along with our usual featured artist exhibit, we will be featuring new artworks at the front of the gallery by our newest members, Luke Proffit Roger Hankins Lynn Straka Lindsay Kromer Sandy Hoeft Terri Swaggerty
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Downtown Vibes: A rising art scene in downtown Knoxville
Art has taken over downtown Knoxville-- from murals on city walls to sculptures dotting public spaces, you can't hardly go anywhere downtown without an artsy influence.
ART MARKET GALLERY PRESS RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ART MARKET GALLERY’S NOVEMBER FEATURED ARTIST EXHIBIT AND RECEPTION (10/19/18) KNOXVILLE – Recent works by Suzanne Jack and Nelson Ziegler will be featured throughout November at the Art Market Gallery. An opening reception for the artists, including complimentary refreshments and live music performed by Cat’s Away, will begin at 5:30 p.m. on November 2nd, during Downtown Knoxville’s monthly First Friday Art Walk. The show will highlight woodturned platters, bowls and other 3-D forms by Nelson Ziegler, as well as a new series of paintings by Suzanne Jack focussed on the urban Knoxville landscape and viewing the Sunsphere from a variety of vantage...
Art Market Gallery’s December Featured Artist Exhibit and Reception
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Recent works by Gordon Fowler and Eric Gebhardt will be on display Dec. 1-31 at the Art Market Gallery. An opening reception will be held Friday, Dec. 1. Gordon Fowler makes bowls, platters, and hollow forms from wood using a woodturning lathe. He finds the wood on roadsides or friends. Most of his work is twice-turned, meaning he cuts the logs with a chainsaw, rough turns it, dries it for six months and then turns it again to its final thickness. He is inspired by the symbolism and symmetry of his work. Owned and operated by more than 60 professional...