Light the Lamp project of Borderless Arts TN continued on Saturday under the artistic direction of Charlie Calderon at Trinity Lutheran Church – Gallatin TN.
These photos are from the second day when the participants were putting the clay on their lamps.
Participants have been learning about the unique history of the way miners have used light. One of the earliest forms of a light source was called a Teapot Lamp. Considering the fact that the Borderless Arts visual arts program is called the Teapot Diplomats, we decided to take this on as a visual arts project.
Thanks to my husband for his assistance
Thanks to Laura King Whitton for providing most of these photos.
This program is supported by Nashville Predators Foundation empowered by Smile Direct Club and Mark and Niki Antonini