The Franklin Art Scene will celebrate its fifth anniversary on Friday, Sept. 2, by offering attendees the opportunity to participate in a large paint by number exhibit, in addition to showcasing an array of talented artists — working with mediums ranging from watercolor to glass — at participating downtown locations.
“We’re thrilled to be able to invite the community that has supported and made the Franklin Art Scene such a success over the past five years to physically be part of creating a memorable piece to commemorate this landmark,” said Linda Childs, manager of the Franklin Art Scene. “Being able to celebrate local artisans with our local merchants is exciting and we’re looking forward to continuing that for years to come.”
Coordinated by the Downtown Franklin Association, Friday’s locations are slated to offer a sweeping variety of magnificent work, ranging from mixed-media pieces and handcrafted jewelry to turned wood and original paintings, including:
Bagbey House, located at 134 4th Avenue North, will showcase acrylic painter Jill Harper, whose work features a variety of animals, structures and flowers.
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