|Stephens to draw Saturday |
|Posted: Wednesday, June 16, 2010 8:01 pm |
|Courtsquare Arts & Antiques, a non-profit organization, will be open Saturday from 5-8 p.m. during Music on the Square in downtown Trenton to showcase artist Tuva Stephens of McKenzie. |
Stephens is a well-known artist who taught art at Milan High School for years. She is the incoming president of the Tennessee Watercolor Society, an award-winning artist and an exhibiting member of Courtsquare Arts & Antiques.
Courtsquare Arts & Antiques is a gallery located across the street from the historic Courthouse of Gibson County in Trenton. It houses art works of all kinds. It is run by the volunteer members who have items for sale.
Published in The Messenger 6.16.10