Art Guild of Tellico Village

   

Create and Appreciate the Visual Arts 

AGTV Annual Spring Art Shows

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Spring Art Show 2019 — Our Biggest and Most Diverse Show Ever!

(See the AGTV Newsletter for details)

More than 1,000 people attended our Spring Art Show 2019, held at the Tellico Village Community Church May 10-12. Under the capable direction of co-chairs Ginger Cooper and Diane Clementi, many hard-working teams of members rallied to put on our biggest and most diverse show ever. Guests were treated to 307 works of art by 63 artists that spanned an impressive range of different media that included beautiful paintings, photographs, prints, pastels, drawings, sculptures, wood carvings and turnings, jewelry and 3-D art. Many guests commented about the quality of the art and the professional look of the show. Juror Mike Berry’s comments included: “I was humbled by the talent represented…. The exhibit showcases all forms of art and the watercolors are exceptional…. I think this is a wonderful representation of skill in all types of art, and it was a total joy to be able to really look and study each piece. Thank you for allowing me to soak up your talent.”

Spring Art Show CoChairs: Ginger Cooper (gingersnap426@gmail.com) and Diane Clementi (clementidiane@gmail.com)

Dates: May 10, 11, and 12th

Location: Tellico Village Community Church’s Christian Life Center


And the Winners for 2019 are!!!

More photographs from the 2019 Art Show

AGTV 20th Annual Spring Art Show -- 2018

Under the leadership of co-chairs Tina Shrewsbury and Laurie Chisholm, more than 100 member artists and

volunteers organized and presented for the 20th year, yet another, superior Spring Art Show.  Members and guests were treated to 204 works of art by 49 artists. The art spanned an impressive range of media to include beautiful paintings, photographs, prints, pastels, drawings, sculptures, wood carvings, and 3-dimensional art.


Dr. Carl Gombert, Professor of Art, Maryville College, served as the juror for the show.  Dr. Gombert’s comments on the AGTV Spring Art Show:  “Once again, I am impressed by the ambition, skills, and enthusiasm on display in this show, and I am grateful for the opportunity to see and enjoy so much fine work.  As always, it is very difficult to single out a small handful of works for awards.  I am glad to see strong commitment to both traditional media and subject matter and a strong sense of innovation and experimentation.  Numerous pieces could (and probably should) have been commented, but I was asked to identify only three “juror’s choice” winners and two honorable mentions.  So, I offer congratulations to the following artists: (from left to right)

Juror’s Citation: Katrina Kelsey “The Little Girl form Chios” Mixed Media

Juror’s Citation: Muriel Fawcett “The Gift”  Oil on Linen

Juror’s Citation: Chuck Ellis “Norfolk Pine Crematory Urn” Wood

Juror’s Honorable Mention: Nora Merritt “Thoughts Before Concert” Watercolor

Juror’s Honorable Mention: John Ball “Shiny Harley” Oil on Canvas

The ever popular People's Choice Awards went to (from left to right):  


People’s Choice: Chrisie Moret “Beastly Beauty” Oil

People’s Choice: Tina Burnetti “Something to Crow About” Alcohol Ink on Metal

People’s Choice: Dennis Sabo “Capers Island Zen” Photography

People’s Choice: Judy Lavoie “Grandpas Fiddle Break”

People’s Choice: Howard Eppinger “Screech Owl

People’s Choice: Mary Kay Connell “Mardi Gras: The Art of Concealment

People’s Choice: Pam George “Passion Flower”