FREE art from The Moore Family Folk Art!

FREE art from The Moore Family Folk Art!

Enter now and you could win this “30A Beach Blonde Ale” folk art fish made from 30A bottle caps! This $1,000 piece measures 42″ x 22″ and we’re giving it away to one random fan on July 9th.

To find out more about the Moores and their recycled southern-fried folk art, drop by The Blue Giraffe in WaterColor, FL or visit www.floridafolkart.com.

Moore Family Art The Tomato Head

Be inspired by our national parks this summer.

The See America Project has only made stops in New York, San Francisco, and Bahrain, and this summer, both Tomato Head locations will host the exhibit during June and July.

It’s a crowd-sourced project from Creative Action Network and National Parks Conservation Association inspired by the See America posters from the New Deal era, which have been re-imagined for the 21st Century. Over 600 posters were submitted and a selection of them is currently on display in Market Square until July 6. The exhibit will then move to our location in the Gallery Shopping Center located at 7240 Kingston Pike until August 3. By clicking on the image below, you can read more about the project in the latest issue of Metro Pulse.

Stop by Market Square to learn how you can win this framed poster from Tennessee artist Matt Brass.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park poster by Matt Brass

Calling all artists!

Tell your friends we’re accepting submissions for our 2014 art exhibition schedule. The selected artists will have a monthly show at each Tomato Head location, including a First Friday one evening in Market Square. Labeled CDs are requested by October 18th, 2013.  Please include a brief bio, artist statement and sizes for each piece of work submitted. Artists retain proceeds from all sales.

Artists may submit a CD or email of 5-10 images of wall-mountable work to:

Tomato Head Exhibits Committee (for CDs)
c/o Bethann DeGrow
1710 Jefferson Avenue
Knoxville, TN  37917
or bethann@degrow.com 

February Artist Announcement

Before talking about the new artwork that’s up at both locations, we would like to give a huge thank you to Bethann DeGrow who organizes our monthly exhibits of local and regional artists. Grazie mille!

This month at the Market Square store, you’ll find acrylic and watercolor paintings from Knoxville resident Dawn Hawkins. Dawn’s work is recognizable from previous shows at Gallery 133 and Gallery Nuance, and the current show at The Tomato Head Market Square lasts from now until March 1.

The photography from Leigh Cooper Creative has moved to The Gallery Shopping Center and will be on display for the remainder of February.

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