A place to learn and grow as an artist. 

Serving local artists in the Knoxville and surrounding areas.


Monthly Meeting

3rd Tuesday of each Month

Please join us for every 3rd Tuesday of the month for our Association meeting  where you will be encouraged in your art and learn all sorts of new things!


LOCATION:  Westminister Presbyterian Church located at 6500 Northshore Drive, Knoxville, TN


Upcoming Demos and Speakers

August 20, 2019

Carol Robin King will be sharing on how to photograph your art and size photos for email, prints and other uses.

Tennessee artist Carol Robin King  has her heart in the Smoky Mountains but was born and raised in Argentina as a daughter of foreign missionaries.  She began drawing there at the age of 3 and art was greatly encouraged in the Argentine schools.

At 13, Carol advanced from drawing to painting with oils and acrylics.  While in Argentina,  she attended 3 years of professional Art School and received state certifications.  She continues learning through workshops, books and videos. 

Carol likes to scan and photograph her own art and make her own prints on her Epson Giclee printer.  This allows better control overseeing the color matching of the reproductions.   

Carol’s love is watercolors,  but she works in various other mediums including  acrylics, charcoal, pastel and she recently began dabbling in bas relief 3D art with plaster.  

 She currently resides in Kodak, Tn and is a board member of the Tennessee Artists Association. Carol is also an active member in the Tennessee Watercolor Society, and the Knoxville Arts and Culture Alliance.


Upcoming Shows and Events

September 2019

Tennessee Artist Association 45th ANNUAL FALL JURIED SHOW   

at the Emporium Center 

Please visit the show in September  M-F  8AM to 5PM  100 S Gay Street Knoxville, TN

COME MEET THE ARTISTS on First Friday September 6th starting at 5-9pm.  Live music and a chance to chat with the artists.

Artist of the Month

Artist Linda Coulter is a pastel painter and has been a member of the Tennessee Artists Association for about six months. Originally from East Orange, NJ, she relocated to Crossville, TN about one and a half years ago…..One of Linda’s goals is to be recognized as a master pastelist herself. Recently, she attended a biennial convention in  Albuquerque, NM called the International Association of Pastel Societies Exhibition. 

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.

Call Us

(865) 888-5540