Memorial Park Mosaics Unveiling
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An unveiling of Middle Tennessee’s newest public art installation, and the largest stained glass mosaic public art piece in the state of Tennessee.
The Memorial Park Mosaics were created in 2017-2018 by local artists Yvette Renée and Mark Cowden of Diamond Studio with participation from more than 20 organizations throughout the region and from residents of Sumner County. With over 1,200 square feet of stained glass nature themed mosaic designs, this is the largest public art project of its kind on display in the state of Tennessee. Yvette Renée has been a teaching artist for 16 years with Borderless Arts of Tennessee, an organization that provides opportunities for people with disabilities to participate in and express themselves through the arts and arts education. Throughout the spring, summer and fall of 2017, Diamond Studio, Borderless Arts and the Hendersonville Department of Parks and Recreation provided opportunities for approximately 500 children and adults, with and without disabilities, to participate in the creating of mosaics for the Memorial Park walls.
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Artist discussion and ribbon cutting ceremony at 6:30pm
151 East Main Street, Hendersonville, TN 37075