Join us for March's First Friday as we highlight the work of four local artisans, each working in a different medium. The pieces, some of which are decorative, some of which are functional, and many of which are both, represent the value of craftswomanship and attention to detail.
Heather Ashworth is the Wood Studios Technician for Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in Gatlinburg, TN. Following high school she spent a year at a woodworking trade school in St. Louis, MO before attending and graduating Murray State University with a BFA. In 2012, Heather was awarded a yearlong residency at Arrowmont after which she accepted a permanent position.
Ellis Greer is a Knoxville native and a self-taught embroidery artist. She holds a bachelors degree in costume design for theatre from the University of Tennessee Knoxville.
Katie Dirnbauer is a metal jewelry artist living in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Amanda Humphreys is a ceramic artist in Knoxville, Tennessee. Her work is inspired by her love and fascination with vintage stores & thrift shops, classic country music & the colorful costumes the artists wore & the images they portrayed.