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Pieced Together - Mosaic Stories from Middle Tennessee

Pieced Together Mosaics

March 4 -­ Aug. 25, 2019​
Concourse A, across from Gate 2

Mosaic works by seven artists were curated by Sherri Warner Hunter. Featured artists include Daud Akhriev, Mary Borgen, Lynn Driver, Erin S. Johnson, Prado Studio, Diana Johnson Wiles and Sherri Warner Hunter. Each artist works in many mediums, but each has found that the mosaic processes, materials and techniques provide exciting options for creating art that cannot be accomplished in any other medium.
About Pieced Together: Mosaic Stories from Middle Tennessee

A mosaic is artwork that is created by assembling small pieces of colored glass, stone or other materials. The pieces of materials used in mosaics are called "tesserae." It's the subject, style and choice of materials, combined with the skill in forming and placing the pieces, that give a mosaic personal and artistic value.
The ancient art of mosaic is experiencing a world-wide renaissance as a contemporary form of expression, and Middle Tennessee artists are embracing the movement.

These artists acknowledge traditional mosaic practices while exploring the use of materials as a vehicle of personal expression. Through abstraction and assemblage, color and composition combine to tell a personal story.
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