Grand Opening of Granville Artisans' Gallery

The Granville Artisans Gallery located on the second floor of the T. B. Sutton General Store in Granville had its Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting on March 9th with several local artisans and community leaders in attendance. The Artisans' Gallery is a great addition to an already active arts community and provides Granville visitors with the opportunity to see the work of local artisans showcased and purchased.


Ten separate artisans are located in the new Gallery which includes, baskets, pottery, woodworking items, handmade brooms, hand painted gourds, quilts, items created in a blacksmith shop and so much more. The Granville Artisans' Gallery is open Wednesday - Friday from 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM and Saturday from 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM. For more information call 931-653-4151.


Pictured Front Row Left to Right are Skip Peek, Broom Maker Artisan; Margaret Oldham, Volunteer; Kendra Bryant, Sutton General Store Manager; Liz Bennett, Vice President Granville Museum; Susan Peek, Chairperson of Artisans Gallery; Bobby Swann, Woodworking Artisan; Lisa Huff, Historic Granville Program Director; Barbara Boone, Basket Artisan; Ashley DeRossett, Middle Tennessee Division Manager, Tennessee Department of Tourist Development; Hope Vargas, Executive Director Jackson County Chamber of Commerce.


Second Row Left to Right Jay Frankenfield, Pottery Artisan; Randall Clemons, President Granville Museum; Isabel Cohen, Artist Artisan; Stan Webster, Vice President Granville Museum; Larry Edmondson, Board Member Granville Museum; Michelle Hix, Jackson County Mayors Office, Mayor Randy Heady, Jackson County Mayor.




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