Artist and sculptor Bill Root.

Spring For Art Festival
May 14 & 15, 2005

The Brown County Presbyterian Fellowship will sponsor its second “Spring For Art” Saturday, May 14 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Sunday, May 15 from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. at the Presbyterian Fellowship 602 SR 135 North (formerly St. Agnes Catholic Church) in Nashville.

The fellowship will provide spaces for the artists to exhibit inside the fellowship hall and outside. Some artists will be demonstrating their craft, and all will be showing and selling art that includes oil, watercolor, acrylic paintings, wood pieces, stained glass, glass blowing, textiles, photography, weaving, quilting, pottery, sculptures, hand made jewelry and more in this two day festival.

“We want to do it because we consider Brown County’s artistic heritage to be a unique gift of God to our community,” says Donna Ray, festival chairman.

Music will be performed by New Beginnings gospel, Hickory Wind bluegrass, acoustic guitar, and the Community Choir in the Amphitheater during both days.

There will be face painting for the young and old as well as create your own “Mad Hatter” art, a unique fun art experience for children.

The list of artists includes: Pat Foley Siddiq,

Dick and Wilma Crowley, Martha Sechler, Jackie Frey, Margaret Mowrey, Barb Davis, Jacki Frey, Pryde Baylis, Susan Showalter, Mike Miller, Mike Vargas,

Jackie Phillips, Rob Taylor, Fred Rigley, Sally Greeno, Sandi Fittz, Sandy Taylor, Bill Root, Maphajean White, Amanda Mathis, David Martin, Mindy Weddle,

Norene Mara, Carolyn Roberts Richards, Pete Bullard, Linda, Joshua, and Trisha McCulley, Anna Cassiday, Stephen Cale, Judykay Steinbeck, Kevin and Marla Pace, and Lynne Foster Fife.

The fellowship donated a free booth space to up-and-coming artist Carolyn Taylor, a Brown County High School student that draws and paints with watercolors.

The Nashville Express Train service will be providing free transportation from downtown Nashville.

For more information contact the fellowship at

812-988-9764 or visit their website at <> or the Brown County Convention and Visitors Bureau at (800) 213-8714 and <>