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Art Exhibition
Gallery Ten Ninety-One,
Sponsored by Poplar Financial, HR Solutions for the Modern Workforce, Presents FourSights, Works by Frederick Lyle Morris and Sandra Horton and photography of Becky Ross McRae and Jon Woodhams.

Sandra Horton is an abstract artist living and working in Bartlett, Tennessee. Working in acrylics and mixed media, she likes to use unconventional materials - objects and items that otherwise would be discarded - to add texture and lift to her art.

Bridging the gap between the purely manmade and the purely natural, this up-close and personal collection of photographs highlights a variety of recognizable and abstract patinas and textures. - Becky Ross McRae

A ballyhoo of "Girls! Girls! Girls!," the Follies, fast times in an era of "whatever can be can be," the whisper of "I'm ready for my close up." This group of paintings captures that time, that moment, a moment that will never be again. - Frederick Lyle Morris

Inspired by the phrase "Through a Glass Darkly," this collection of photographs is presented in the classic square format in both monochrome and color. While all of the photographs are of man-made glass objects, they borrow from nature's spontaneity and exuberance. Orbs, circles, and spheres feature prominently in many of the images, symbolizing completeness and the circle of life.
- Jon Woodhams

On exhibit
April 3-28, 2017
Weekdays from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.   

Opening reception
Sunday, April 2, 2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

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7151 Cherry Farms Road
Cordova, TN

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