Franklin County Arts Guild member Alida Morgan has worked hard at revitalizing the sad, neglected garden next to the Artisan Depot gallery; she has turned it into a beautiful, peaceful oasis just off the busy street in front of the gallery. She has planted roses, irises and other flowers, and she has fretted about each one over their ability to survive. Many a time she can be found watering them, coaxing them into thriving, and her efforts have been fruitful. The roses are now in full bloom and are a joy to behold.
Alida has donated many of the plants and materials. Many thanks, Alida, for your devotion of time, energy and resources to this lovely little garden that is sure to be enjoyed by all.
Recently Margie Gallagher, gallery coordinator, added some vintage chairs and tables that fit perfectly into the peaceful setting. The garden is shaded and is a perfect place to sit and chat with friends when you visit the gallery.
Alida works in mixed media and collage, and her unique art can be found at the Artisan Depot gallery at 204 Cumberland Street East in Cowan, Tennessee. She will be the featured artist in the Member Show August 3 through 27; the opening reception is on August 4.
What's going on in the Gallery, with shows, artists, and events.