Previous Online Exhibits at Rose Center

High School Art Show

Originally to be displayed in the Edith Davis Gallery, April 16-30, 2020
Textured Blues
Self Portrait
Paranoid Pam
They're All Going to Get Me
Powerful Forces
Family Trees
My Cat Looking at the Moon
The Beginning and the End
By Hailey Nicholson
Nerf Fun
Chain and Hook
By the Pool
Glasses
Dog
Gondolier
My Dog
Bride
The Original Alarm Clock
Nail Head
Dressed to Impress
My Dog
Female Lion
By Reese Forester
My Frenchie
By Emily Bailey
Rusty
Coy Fish
By Selina Rodriguez
Beagle
By Tonya Lockhart
Pig
Winnie Dog
By Shawn Defreese
Grandma and Grandpa's Honeymoon Cottage
The Girl
Ballon Dog
By Emily AdKisson
By Phoebe Cheak
By Polly Jett

Africa to Appalachia

On display February and March 2020 in Rose Center's Edith Davis Gallery

Featured Artists:

Tina Curry

Calvin Nicely

Bill Capshaw

Jane Buis

Alan Jones

Akira and Larry Blount

Richard Williams 

To access the virtual reality version of this exhibit, click here.

Angel of Redemption

By Alan Jones Oil on wood panel

Shekinah Bliss

by Alan Jones Pastel

Sabean Princess of the Gospel Crowd

by Alan Jones Mixed media

Freedom's Memorabilia

by Alan Jones Mixed media

Badana - The Queen

by Jane Buis gourd, rope, beads

Bearded Lady

by Jane Buis gourd, rope, beads

Faces Have Faces

by Jane Buis gourd, rope, beads

All Eyes on You

by Jane Buis gourd, rope

The Head of the Family

by Jane Buis gourd, rope, beads

Mother of the Family

by Jane Buis gourd

Keep Sake Vessel

by Jane Buis gourd

Untitled

by Calvin Nicely glass

Blinded Dreams

by Calvin Nicely glass

Poppy

by Calvin Nicely glass

Crying Spirit

by Calvin Nicely glass

The Look Out

by Calvin Nicely glass

Half Mask

by Calvin Nicely glass

Accent Piece

by Calvin Nicely glass

Accent Piece

by Calvin Nicely glass

Thank You For Letting Me Be Myself

by Bill Capshaw ceramic oxidation

You Know Its Right

by Bill Capshaw ceramic ferrick chloride

Did You Understand What This Moment Meant

by Bill Capshaw ceramic crystalline

Don't Think They Love You Like I Do

by Bill Capshaw ceramic pit fire

Museum of Appalachia

by Bill Capshaw ceramic crystalline

Ecology

by Akira and Larry Blount mixed media

Cycladic Series #4

by Larry Blount mixed media

Cycladic Series #1

by Larry Blount mixed media

Natural Treasure

by Akira and Larry Blount mixed media

Twig Sail

by Akira and Larry Blount mixed media

Keeping Secrets

by Tina Curry clay

Nomad

by Tina Curry clay

Jigsaw

by Tina Curry clay

Community is Strength

by Tina Curry clay

Wedding Vessel

by Tina Curry clay

Wrought Iron Assortment

by Richard Williams wrought iron

Candle Holders (2)

by Richard Williams wrought iron

Fireplace Set

by Richard Williams wrought iron

Wrought Iron Assortment

by Richard Williams wrought iron

A.P. Art Show

On display March 2020 in Rose Center's Community Room

Exhibit features art from Jennifer Stewart's A.P. Art Class at Morristown East High School.

By Sheylah Salazar
By Sheylah Salazar
By Alexis Allen
By Alexis Allen
By G.K. Brewer
By G.K. Brewer
By E Vigil
By E Vigil
By Rachel Renee Werner
By Rachel Renee Werner
By Lauren Sapp
By Lauren Sapp
By Jillian Beach
By Jillian Beach
By Autumn Cameron
By Autumn Cameron
By Zarai Jasso
By Zarai Jasso
By Zarai Jasso
By Aleah Fanney
By Aleaf Fanney
By Karla Cruz
By Karla Cruz
By Nataly Lopez
By Nataly Lopez
By Juliana Flores
By Juliana Flores
By Sarah Jones
By Sarah Jones
By Issac Jones
By Issac Jones
By Caitlyn Baxley
By Caitlyn Baxley
By Kaleigh Oliver
By Kaleigh Oliver
By Jason Torres Limon
By Jason Torres Limon
By Alyssa Johnson
By Alyssa Johnson
By Shelby Hubbard
By Shelby Hubbard
By Astrid Rivera
By Astrid Rivera

2020 Bravo Awards

On display February 27th in Rose Center's Prater Hall

For the seventh year in a row, Rose Center Council for the Arts recognized young talent in the Lakeway Area with the 2020 Bravo Awards.  This year, there were a total of 53 finalists in visual and performing art.  The finalists were commemorated at the awards banquet and public performance on February 27th at Rose Center’s Prater Hall.

 

The Bravo Awards were open to students in grades 10-12 in Claiborne, Cocke, Grainger, Hamblen, and Jefferson counties, and to enter they submitted two pieces in visual or performance art.  Visual art could include painting, drawing, or sculpting, and performing art could include music, dance, or spoken word. To be considered as a finalist, students had to submit an essay with their application describing their relationship to the arts and what it means to them, in addition to a letter of recommendation from a teacher or mentor.  

By Alexis Allen
By Emily Bailey
By Caitlyn Baxley
By Jillian Beach
By H. Frank Bennett
By G.K. Brewer
By Emily Broyles
By Autumn Cameron
By Carson Chesteen
By Elizabeth Colehamer
By Karla Cruz
By Kamden Davis
By Aleah Fanney
By Juliana Flores
By Olivia Harris
By Zarai Jasso
By Alyssa Johnson
By Isaac Jones
By Joann Juarez
By Destiny Knight
By Jasmine Lee
By Tonya Lockhart
By Nataly Lopez
By Codey Lushinger
By Staci Mann
By Hailey Nicholson
By Kaleigh Oliver
By Cecilia Payne
By Madison Pitts
By Astrid Rivera
By Sheylah Salazar
By Lauren Sapp
By Jessica Shea
By Summer Simms
By Louis Starnes
By Caitlin Tallon
By Jason Torres Limon
By Jacob Tweed
By E Vigil
By Evan Webb
By Rachel Werner
By Matthew Williams