Last Saturday, the Teapot Diplomat visual arts program of Borderless Arts Tennessee worked on a glass project with Martha Morales-Purucker of Nashville Glassworks in creating both a group piece and individual pieces that represent Poppies. This project was done in tribute of the meaning of poppies in Belgium related to both WWI and WWII.
This program was supported by the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee through a William N Rollins Art Fund grant, the Memorial Foundation, and Mark and Niki Antonini. It was supported in part, by federal award number SLFRP5534 awarded to the State of Tennessee by the U.S. Department of the Treasury through the Tennessee Arts CommissionTennessee Arts Commission
Half of the photos are mine and half are from Laura King