Arts & Culture

Local Artists: Tullahoma Art Center wants your art

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Jewelry from Rocky Tops Rocks were recently for sale at the Tullahoma Art Center. Owner Phillip Maybee of Shelbyville creates jewelry from Tennessee paint rock and Horse Mountain Agate. {Photo Provided}

ARTS & CULTURE (Tullahoma) — From pottery to watercolor to jewelry making and photography, Moore County is filled with talented artists. If any of you would like to sell your art … especially for the upcoming holiday season … the gallery gift shop at the Tullahoma Art Center (TAC) is looking for you.

Artists are encouraged to submit examples of 3-5 pieces of work in person at the TAC from Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. or Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The gallery gift shop is juried and only those approved by the acceptance committee will be displayed.

Those who can not appear in person can also apply online at the TAC website. The deadline to apply in Saturday, August 31. The Center is located at 401 South Jackson Street.•

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