Memorial Day Weekend!
May 24th and 25th come celebrate the extended weekend with wine and art!
You may be aware our proprietors daughter is a photographer due to the lovely farm photos on our website, and for sale in our gift shop. We would like our guests to see some of her work within the field of fine art and travel photography. What better way to kick off the summer than an art show here on the farm, so come out Memorial Day weekend and walk through our outdoor gallery.
Check out her artist bio below.
The Categorical Imperative, Köln Germany, 2018
Cat’s work with photography began as a young child when she and her brother started making pinhole cameras, then developing prints in their parents basement. Later her love evolved into 35mm film when her parents bought her the first camera she would use. To this day she still uses her film camera purchased over 20 years ago. In college her work continued to improve thanks to a talented and encouraging professor at Maryville College. After graduating in 2011 she continued her work as a photojournalist for 9 years before returning home to help with the family farm.
Although she stays busy as Director of Operations at the Blue Goose, she still finds time for her art and travel. Cat has been a juror in 4H sponsored photography contests for the East Tennessee area, as well as, jurying art competitions for Fine Arts Blount. She has had photography, painting, and 3 dimensional pieces displayed at the Bagwell Center for the Arts Gallery in Knoxville. She also has a piece on permanent display in the Maryville College humanities department. She has won several awards from the Knoxville Arts and Culture Alliance, and continues to be accepted into national and international shows throughout the United States.
Anachronism via 411 South, 2015
A girl that feels at home on the family farm.