The horse heritage project continues as the Teapot Diplomats of Borderless Arts met in shifts on Saturday to create one of the two art pieces for this program. This piece of art is being created under the artistic direction of Dee Kimbrell. It will feature collage, textures, and actual horse hair from Sumner County horses….thanks to Lead Me On Stables. The piece will be presented in January to the Sumner County Commissioners and then reside at the newly remodeled historic Comer Barn.
We are not quite ready to reveal this piece.
This project was supported by Mark and Niki Antonini as well as an ABC grant from the Tennessee Arts Commission. Thanks to Lead Me On Farms for the horse hair. Thanks to a former MTSU student of mine, Chelsey Winton, for her volunteer assistance. Thanks to Laura King for photography.