December 8 and 9, artists and fine craft artisans in Monteagle and Sewanee, Tennessee open their studios to the public. Over 25 artists in the area will be offering their work in a wide range of mediums from painting, pottery and sculpture to textiles, paper art, mixed media, glass, jewelry, book arts and more.
In addition, several galleries are participating in the tour: The Gallery at Monteagle in the Monteagle Sunday School Assembly; Locals in Sewanee; and St. Anderews-Sewanee Art Gallery. There will also be artists displaying their work at Clara's point and the American Legion Hall, both at Sewanee. Works by artists from the Franklin County Arts Guild will be offered at the Pippa Browne Studio in Sewanee.
Times for the tour are: Saturday, December 8 from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm and Sunday, December 9 from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. To download a copy of the tour map, click here. Printed maps are available at Artisan Depot in Cowan and at local galleries.
The annual Monteagle-Sewanee Studio Tour is sponsored by the South Chapter of Tennessee Craft.
The Franklin County Arts Guild is an organization of local artists and supportive members who are interested in promoting fine arts and crafts in Franklin County and the surrounding area in Tennessee. Its gallery, the Artisan Depot, is located on Cumberland Street in Cowan, Tennessee.
What's going on in the Gallery, with shows, artists, and events.