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Mary Miller-McNutt

Painting

Mary started painting later in life. She paints in a representational style using oil paint. She has used pastel and watercolor but always returns to oil.
 
Mary believes art is a lifelong pursuit of knowledge, skill and honing your technique. She studies the old masters in museums and books, takes workshops with other artists she admires, and learns from the best in the field. It’s exciting, refreshing and challenging.
 
She has exhibited with the Monthaven Art Society, the Tennessee Art League, The Art Guild of Sumner County, and Fall into Art, and her work hangs in many collections across the country.
 
Her work can currently be seen at The Gallery in the Square in Franklin, Kentucky, and at her studio in White House, TN by appointment. Please call 615-417-3713.
Mary Miller-McNutt

David Moore

Wood Working

After thirty-three years of teaching art in Rochester, New York, I moved to Gallatin, TN in 1999.  I have been working with wood since I was an undergraduate in college.  I received a Bachelors Degree in fine arts from the State University of New York, Buffalo, and a Master’s Degree from the State University of New York, Brockport.  I am a painter as well as a sculptor but creating with wood has continued to be my main focus.  When I approach a new piece, I have three things in mind:  function, a combination of interesting forms, and the use of contrasting woods.

David Moore

LouAnn Moore

Jewelry, Mixed Media

After teaching art in North Dakota, Texas, Massachusetts and New York, I moved to Gallatin Tennessee in 1999.  I taught art at the secondary level in Sumner County for fourteen more years until retiring from teaching in 2013.  I have a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from The Louisville School of Art, Louisville, Kentucky, and a Masters of Fine Arts Degree from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois.  My graduate work was in the field of Fibers which has led me to create mixed media art pieces to hang on the wall or pieces of jewelry.

Lou Ann Moore

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