Exhibitions at Tennessee Valley Museum of Art

Exhibitions at Tennessee Valley Museum of Art

Exhibitions at Tennessee Valley Museum of Art

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Watercolors by Sharon Miller. MS. Miller is a native of Burbank, California who currently resides near Savannah, Tennessee. Her watercolors are produced in somewhat of an impressionist style and include figurative, animal, and landscapes as subject matter. The exhibit has a large number of images related to the band the Beatles.

Kerrigan Casey and several collaborating artists are offering an exhibit focused on Capital Punishment and Death Row inmates. This thought provoking exhibit asks viewers to consider all of the sides of the capital punishment debate and perhaps alter their opinions.

The Helen Keller Art Show of Alabama is an annual traveling exhibit featuring works created by children in Alabama that are deaf, blind, or deaf/blind. The exhibit is timed to be on view at the Tennessee Valley Museum of Art each year during the Helen Keller Festival.

The Tennessee Valley Art Association is offering several camps for children and will be offering adult workshops throughout the summer. More information about each camp, any necessary supplies (adult workshops), and pricing may be found at tennesseevalleyarts.org

The artist member’s exhibit, ARTWorks, featuring pieces of work by Tennessee Valley Art Association will be on view July 20th – August 17th.

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2024-05-25 to

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