Drop by the gallery for Broad Ave’s First Friday on Friday, February 7 from 5 – 8 pm. We’ve partnered with Bounty on Broad for Sweet Street. The bar team at Bounty have created three mocktails inspired by our drink ware. We will be serving the mocktails for all enjoying Sweet Street First Friday.
Three of our glasses – created by artists Gina Lunn and Mariel Waddell Hunter – were the inspiration for the mocktails. We’ll also have recipes for the mocktails.
Want to know more – listen to Lewis (GM for Bounty) and Pat discuss the upcoming event with Kacky Walton on WKNOFM’s “Checking on the Arts.” Click on the link below.
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WKNO FM 91.1 monthly segment with your favorite Memphis Art Gallery was this week.
Want to know more about why Le Bonheur and Methodist Hospitals invest in original art work, art curator Linda Hill discusses the power of art for healing with Kacky Walton and Pat. Many thanks to WKNO FM 91.1 for hosting T Clifton Art this week.
Listen to Linda discuss the artists and approach to the art collection both Le Bonheur and Methodist Hospitals showcase. Why it’s most important for their patients as well as those visiting and the staff.
Also, Pat discusses other ideas for both your home or corporate art collection. Did you know that art work can also help with acoustic challenges in your office?
And, it’s First Friday on Broad Ave. Click on the link below for “Checking on the Arts.” The interview runs about 18 min.
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Enjoy this month’s Checking on the Arts’ chat with WKNOFM’s Kacky Walton. Kacky interviews Memphis fiber artist Sophie Bloch. Sophie is October’s featured artist for the gallery. Come visit with Sophie Friday evening during Broad Avenue’s First Friday.
Artist Sophie Bloch uses flowers and plants for her “paint” as she creates delightful scarves and shawls. Great for gifts! Want to know more about T Clifton Art? Click here>
Want to know more about Memphis artist and gallery owner Tom Clifton? Listen to Tom’s interview with WKNO-FM’s Kacky Walton. Tom joined Kacky’s segment “Checking on the Arts” on the eve of the gallery opening of his art exhibit.
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Tom discusses his painting style – mezzo fresco. Also, drop by the gallery during September for an expanded exhibition of Tom’s paintings.
Memphis art gallery featured artist month of August, Tylur French sat down alongside T Clifton Art’s Tom Clifton at WKNO FM to share how he and his team have been making Memphis a more beautiful place to live in. In this 11-minute interview, Kacky Walton dives deeper to provide a behind-the-scenes perspective into many of Tylur’s installations around Memphis. From his work at St. Jude to the newly constructed Memphis sign, Tylur shares how his work had brought new connections between so many individuals. With a fresh perspective, Tylur French aims to create a forward-thinking experience to not only entertain the public but to also unify communities.
Visit our premier art glass gallery to see how Youngblood Studio and T Clifton Art can help you create something beautiful for your home! Click here to see some examples of collaborative custom work that may inspire you: https://www.tcliftonart.com/art-glass-ceramics-sculpture/
As the premier art glass gallery of the south we are thrilled to feature artist Brian Russell for the month of July, Brian Russell had the amazing opportunity to be an interviewee on WKNO FM and share some insight and his experiences as a glass artist. Led by Kacky Walton, this 11-minute interview provides a deeper look into Brian Russell’s artistic background and the process for his serious glassworks. Tagging himself as a “functional artist,” he shares how he got into the glass game and where he hopes to take his work in the nearing future. He also reveals how he is able to beautifully fit such two contrasting materials together to create extraordinary sculptures. There is nothing like the “serendipity that happens with the mixture of the colors of glass”. By creating a name for himself as a Memphis-based artist and as someone who isn’t your ordinary glass artist, Brian Russell has a reputation that is sure to intrigue you.
Come visit our premier art glass gallery for an expanded collection of Brian Russell’s works! They won’t be here much longer, so make sure to check his pieces out and snag yours before they’re gone! Click here to see an updated list of his available works: https://www.tcliftonart.com/art-glass-ceramics-sculpture/