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Rik Herrmann Won’t Settle For ‘Good’

On Chattanooga’s Southside, across the parking lot behind the new Moxy hotel, a striking collection of oil paintings is being created by Rik Herrmann at the WanderLinger Brewing Company. Rik’s work is objective, ranging in style from colorful ...

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Heads up, Chattanooga arts community, because a new wind is blowing into town. Actually, make that: “Wynn”. Musician, photographer, and writer Dony Wynn is making this city his home—when he’s home. Which isn’t often, and not likely to be in the ... Read more


An exciting new outlet for local arts and crafts has opened in the Hixson/Middle Valley area. Braxton Mill Artisans’ Market at 8717 Hixson Pike is the companion business to Braxton Mill Furniture, the woodworking studio where local craftsman Sean ... Read more


“Weaving is a very meditative art that takes bits of chaos and creates a calming effect.” Lisa Denney, a full-circle southern gal with a bachelor’s in studio art from the University of West Georgia, is taking her experience with rug design and ... Read more


The historic Tivoli Theatre is without a doubt the crown jewel of Chattanooga’s performance spaces. Nestled in the heart of downtown in the 700 block of Broad Street, the city’s most beautiful venue hosts a variety of musicals, operas, ballets ... Read more


When you think of a cobbler, you might think of some old English man in a village who mends and makes shoes. In our digital era, most people buy their shoes at a store or online where information is available in a click. Since the invention of ... Read more


An interesting selection of ceramic work is emerging from the Windy Hill Pottery studio. Master ceramicist Laurie Graham is “throwing outside the box”, creating a diverse collection of pots that are aesthetically pleasing as they are functional. Read more


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