Something for Everyone: $150 to $25,000 - 3.12.2007
The Temple Arts Festival: Nashville, TN, April 14-15, 2007 -- The price ranges of the works of art and jewelry featured at The Temple Arts Festival range from $150 up to $25,000, with work appealing to all types of collectors.
Below is a partial list of those artists and jewelers with the highest priced works of art and jewelry.
Kimberly Pucci (Jewelry: $300 to $25,000);
Bruce Peebles (Sculpture Dimensional: $2,500 to $15,000);
Danny Eliav (Jewelry: $200 - $10,000);
David Bacharach (Sculpture-Metal: $450-$5,500);
Wes Hunting (Sculpture- Glass: $500 to $4,200);
Deborah Gold (Painting Oil: $1,200 - $3,800);
Over 45 internationally, nationally and regionally acclaimed professional artists will be featured at The Temple Arts Festival who specialize in glass, sculpture, drawings, paintings, photography, tapestry and jewelry.
The art was selected and juried by The Temple's Art Selection Committee, tasked with identifying artwork that is not found locally as well as provide a broad range of artwork and jewelry for our exhibition and sale. The Temple's Art Selection Committee is co-chaired by Alice Zimmerman and Raye Ann Greenbaum, who combined have over 65 years of experience as art collectors and gallery owners.
The art will be judged by Kevin Grogan, executive director of the Morris Museum in Augusta, Georgia. He will select a Best of Show as well as second and third place winners from the entrants. Prize monies totaling $4,000 will be divided among the winners.
There's much, much more: www.templeartsfestival.com
PRESS PASSES & PRIVATE MEDIA TOURS are available to the news media up to two days before the opening of The Temple Arts Festival and must be coordinated by appointment only through:
Lisa Small, Co-chair/Publicity