Breaking Ground 95 - Fine Art
Untitled by Christy Earheart. Christy has been a licensed master social worker since 2011, and is a Partner’s graduate. She is currently employed as a Quality Assurance Analyst with Greater Nashville Regional Council. She is a long-time volunteer, equal rights advocate and peer mentor.
Untitled by Christy Earheart.
Untitled by Amanda Ellis. This is a piece by Amanda about a student, Kaylynne, who is active in band and enjoys the beauties of nature found in butterflies.
Tennessee Farm Feeding Time by Nancy Olson. Nancy enjoys painting in watercolors and often chooses beautiful scenes she has visited and the exquisite beauty of Nature. She enjoys painting with the class at Our Place Peer Center in Murfreesboro.
Untitled by Nancy Olson. Nancy enjoys painting in watercolors and often chooses beautiful scenes she has visited and the exquisite beauty of Nature. She enjoys painting with the class at Our Place Peer Center in Murfreesboro.
“Thomais the Artist” by Yadira V. Calderon. Yadira is a dedicated warrior, advocate, podcast enthusiast, director of short films and author of the soon to be published – Autism: The Happy Kingdom. She holds a MA in International Relations and Diplomacy.
“Safe Patio” by John L. Butts, Jr. John lives in Clarksville and brings variety to his pictures with different settings and themes. He attends the Centerstone Clarksville Peer Center.
Untitled by Teresa Johnson. Teresa lives in Huntland, TN. In her words: “When life-changing events happened, art became more than just a random creative outlet, it became therapy. I am self-taught and work mostly in acrylic and watercolor. In my studio, I am free!”
"Sitting Meow" by Hope McKee. Hope is an artist who strives to showcase we are all differently-abled, doing her part to change the world. She works in a variety of media (painting, mixed media, and drawing) with a special emphasis in comic book art. Hope is also involved with Borderless Arts Tennessee.
"Oasis" by Hope McKee.
"Mr. Parrot" by Laura Hudson. Laura portrays beautiful scenes of lush tropical settings with colorful birds, foliage and flowers. She likes to make her pictures detailed with lots of interest for the viewer. Laura lives in Nashville and has enjoyed making art part of her life for many years.
"Airborne Bird" by Laura Hudson
"Leaf" by Louise McKown. Louise is a potter who has a rare progressive neurological condition. She worked for 20 years at the East TN Technology Access Center, and is a Partners graduate. She takes pottery classes at the Oak Ridge Art Center.
"Aquarium" by LeAnn Wilson. LeAnn of Clarksville has gained confidence in her artistic choices of subjects. She applies her talents of visualizing spirited images in her paintings. She also creates beautiful ceramics, pencil drawings, and oil pastel and acrylic paintings.
Self-Portrait by Joey McNinch. Joey is a 13-year-old student at Kings Daughters Center for Autism. He loves taking photos with his iPad. This self-portrait is Joey riding in the car. “It reminds us of how bright and special he is,” said his mom.