A place to learn and grow as an artist.
Serving local artists in the Knoxville and surrounding areas.
3rd Tuesday of each Month
Please join us for every 3rd Tuesday of the month for our Association meeting ONLINE ONLY FOR WHILE
Due to Covid restrictions, we are meeting on ZOOM temporarily. Our next meeting is March 16, 2021 at 7PM.
All are welcome. Please click here to request a link to the meeting.
The program will feature Suzanne Cada, Deputy Director of the Arts and Culture Alliance.
Suzanne will provide an overview of the activities of the Arts & Culture Alliance and the grants, exhibitions, and other opportunities it offers for artists. She will also discuss other local organizations and resources that regularly offer opportunities for artists to grow, network, and promote themselves (via exhibitions, classes, community events, and more.
We hope you can join us on zoom and please invite your friends!
***2021 SPRING JURIED MEMBERS SHOW ***
We are holding our Member’s show the month of APRIL at the Knoxville Emporium Center for Arts and Culture 100 S Gay Street Knoxville TN
***2021 Members Summer Show ***
We will have a Members show in July at the Great Smoky Mountain Heritage Center in Townsend. More informaiton will be forthcoming.
***2021 Members Fall Show ***
We will have another member show at the Maryville College Gallery in September. More information forthcoming.
We hope you can join us!
WELCOME to our new Member Donna Harmon from White Plains, TN!
We are glad to welcome a new member to TAA. Please take a moment to visit her website and see her work. Her contact information is on the members page and you can send her a welcome! http://www.donnaharmonfineart.com
Artist of the Month
Larry Holmes Nowell was an air intercept controller in the Navy. He was the first enlisted man to receive the Distinguished Service Medal for combat action in 1972 and was inducted into the Navy Surface Warfare Hall of Fame in 2005.
He began his artistic career in California, when a neighbor convinced him to attend a painting class. He primarily worked in oil and focused on portraits. Larry’s medium shifted to wood carving after taking a night class taught by a former Air Force man.
As a child, Larry would go to the fair and recalled a cowboy who would whittle boots out of branches. So naturally, he began by carving boots and has made thousands over the years. One of his wooden boots even made it to the Roy Rogers Museum in Victorville, CA, and Roy himself placed it in a glass case across from Trigger.
Get In Touch
If you are seeking an artist for a project or are interested in participating with TAA, we would love to hear from you.