Spears McAllister will be the featured artist in the Murfreesboro City Hall Rotunda during the Crawl. McAllister is a nature photographer from Chattanooga, Tennessee. While most of his photography captures moments in nature all over the United States and beyond, he also does some architectural studies. McAllister will be on site on February 10 at his artist’s reception.
Mikey Winsor’s work, Shape Shifting Liveliness, will be in the gallery at Center for the Arts. The recent transplant to LaVergne’s work is influenced by surrealism and its ideas about truth contradicted with physical limits. He also finds inspiration in the playfulness and mystery of Henri Rousseau, as well as contemporary artists Glen Brown and Oliver Vernon. Not to mention his own dog when they go on walks together.
Oaklands Mansion will show the woodworking of Gene Casto, the potter of Roy Overstreet, and the bright textiles and unique jewelry of Folklore Viva la Vida. Casto’s most memorable pieces are the pens he has made from a 200 year-old tree branch from the Oakland property. Overcast has been creating beautiful clay pieces for years and many collect his work. Viva la Vida makes bight pillows and table linens.
VNTG, Bella’s, Trendy Pieces, Liquid Smoke, Wall Street, Dreamingincolor, Sugaree’s, The Write Impression, Quinn’s Merchantile, Sugaree’s, L & L Contractors, Funtiques, Let’s Make Wine, Simply Pure Sweets, The Boutique at Studio C Photography, Earth Experience, Center for the Arts, Mayday Brewery, and Daffodilly Design.
Dani Californ-Venture will be one of the featured artists showing their work during the Boro Art Crawl on February 10th from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. The Crawl takes place in and around Murfreesboro’s city square, including the upcoming Murfreesboro art area, the Bottoms.
You can pick up printed maps courtesy of Murfreesboro Pulse at all locations.