KINGSPORT — Kathy Millhorn Hawk is the new highlighted artist in the metropolis hall gallery.
The display, entitled “God’s Canopy,” went on show Tuesday and showcases a selection of monotype prints and pastels featuring the outdoors, such as landscapes and flowers.
For many years, Kingsport has showcased nearby artwork and photos in the foyer of city hall.
Hawk, a Kingsport indigenous, is a graduate of East Tennessee Point out University with a master’s in art education. Through her 30-year job as an elementary artwork teacher, Hawk taken care of an active job in regional visual arts plans by means of instructing, volunteering, and participating in several exhibitions.
More than the previous 40 many years, Hawk has been related with the Kingsport Art Guild in lots of capacities. She has expertise in calligraphy, watercolor, plein air pastels and monotype printmaking. Her get the job done can be observed in collections during the location and is also represented in the southeastern and northwestern United States.
Locally, Hawk’s artwork may be viewed at the Renaissance Center Gallery and the Downstairs Gallery at Hawksnest by appointment by way of [email protected].
“I have constantly been attracted to the outside, specifically bouquets and trees, and truly feel rejuvenated with just about every new period,” Hawk explained. “Each of us has been blessed by God to dwell on this attractive Earth, and we must be conscious, great stewards of it. My hope with this exhibit is to share a like of journey by way of my expression of the outdoors and convey this exact pleasure to its quite a few viewers.”
The “God’s Canopy” exhibition and sale will be on the initial ground in city corridor at 415 Broad St. right up until Nov. 29 on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. A portion of the art revenue will go to the Golden Brush Awards sponsored by the Kingsport Artwork Guild, The honors go to chosen area superior college seniors preparing to big in art at the college or university level.
For extra facts about the art exhibit, get hold of Kingsport’s Business of Cultural Arts at (423) 392-8414.