In honor of the Tennessee Arts Commission's annual conference taking place in Murfreesboro this year, the Boro Art Crawl will occur for two nights in June. Fine artists, photographers, craft artists, musicians, the Delineators, and Boro Improv will come together on June 9th and 10th from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. Almost 30 businesses and galleries will be open to the public on these two nights.
Murfreesboro City Hall rotunda will feature the art of Kristina Lyle, whose work has been shown at such places at the Tennessee Art League. She uses colored paper in various ways influenced by her grandmother's quilts and her own travels. She will share the limelight with Miranda Herrick, whose style also employs vivid color and organic shapes. Herrick has had extensive showings in Nashville and Clarksville. The artists will be hosting a reception both nights of the Crawl in the rotunda and the Delineators will be performing.
Top of the Block will feature Carol Bering, Tina Whitfield, Pamela Mack and Robert Holt. Daffodilly Design will show the works of well known Middle Tennessee artists Mary Miller Veazie, Patty Burks, Carol Williams, Tiffany Foss, and Carol Curtis.
The Shoppes on Main will house Boro Improv, as well as the paintings of well-known artist Ray Kleinlein, who puts a unique twist on everyday items on his canvases. He has had showings in museums and galleries all over the south and Midwest.
At Mayday Brewery visitors will be able to sample brews while viewing art and listening the sounds of Honeyboy and Boots.
Other participants are L & L Contracting, The Green Dragon, Cultivate Coworking, Liquid Smoke, Smoke and Mirrors, Funtiques, Let's Make Wine, Dreaming in Color, Sugaree's, The Write Impression, Simply Pure Sweets, The Boutique at Studio C Photography, VNTG, Murfreesboro Art League at Cannonsburg Village, Oaklands Mansion, The Block, Center for the Arts, Moxie Art Supply, Two-Tone Gallery, MTSU Galleries, Earth Experience, and Studio 903.
Local artist and Boro Art Crawl committee member Beth Boudreaux will be at XXX helping the community create an art collaboration over the two evenings.
For more information visit www.boroartcrawl.com or their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/BoroArtCrawl. A map of all Crawl locations will be available on-line a few days before the event at these sites. The map will also note where there will be musical entertainment and refreshments.