Finding the Zen in zinnias

Christopher RobinArts 865

Moderate early August temperatures (less than 90 degrees) and thouzands of colorful zinnias found me zestful and zealous to put on canvas what was before me. Zooming over to Seven …

Dancing in the moonlight at Ijams

Jay FitzArts 865, South Knox

Thursday, August 19
Join in the fun and magic with the extremely talented troupe of Tennessee performers for Circus Moon at Ijams Nature Center from 7 – 9 pm. Fundraiser booth …

Knox libraries get state increase

Mary Pom ClaiborneArts 865, Inside 640

Knox County Public Library is pleased to announce a significant increase in the state’s appropriation for support of Tennessee’s four metro libraries. Gov. Bill Lee recommended $1.5 million in recurring …

Arboreal artistry

Christopher RobinArts 865

“I think that I shall never see , a poem lovely as a tree. . .”
Joyce Kilmer’s beloved poem “Trees” is so well known that he has a national …

Music, food and friends

Sandra ClarkArts 865, West Knox

Cynthia Moxley was at the Knoxville debut of KSO music director Aram Demirjian playing the cello at a dinner party at the home of Ruth and Joe Fielden. She’s got …

Who’s a good boy?

Christopher RobinArts 865

It was a busy spring when I agreed to create a unique design for a charity auction, execute the design and transport the piece to Nebraska. There were a few …