2016 Art Trail This Weekend

Karine Maynard from 2015 Art Trail

Karine Maynard from 2015 Art Trail

This weekend will be another great weekend here in Anderson and Mercer Counties with the 2016 Art Trail.  The trail, sponsored by the Anderson County Arts Council, showcases local artistry with five studios opening their doors to the public to see them create as well as buy pieces of art.

The four studios in Anderson County are Elements Clay Studio, Frame Clinic & Art Alley, Marianne Brown Pottery, and Maynard Studios.  Elements, which is located at 1210 Bonds Mill Road next to Four Roses, will be open from 10am to 5pm on Saturday and will be featuring door prizes and pottery class sign-ups.

Frame Clinic & Art Alley, which is located on 100 West Court Street and will be open during the same time, will feature demonstrations by local artists, live music, and a “Make It/Take It” table which will provide activities for all ages.

Marianne Brown Pottery, located at 2038 Fox Creek Road and will be open both Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 5pm, will be having her yearly sale with items 15% to 85% off.

The blacksmith shop at Maynard Studios, located at 1986 Fox Creek Road and will be open just Saturday from 10am to 5pm, will be having a sale as well as blacksmithing and glassblowing demonstrations from glassblower Chad Balster.

Crosswinds Pottery, located in Mercer County at 340 Henry Robinson Road, will be offering numerous stoneware pottery, sculptures, and custom lamps.  They will be open for both Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 5pm.

For more information about the 2016 Art Trail, check out the Anderson County Arts Council Facebook page.

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