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- Dogwood Arts Festival 2013: The secret beauty of Open Gardens
Tag Archives: art
Come to think of it, selecting just seven hotels from all that Vegas has to offer is a daunting task, to be sure. But thinking of which ones we’d like to see again, these really are our top sites to … Continue reading
Serendipity, by definition (I suppose), comes in many forms. It was serendipitous that we would happen upon three inns owned by David and Shirley Alford all within the pathway we took from Farmington, New Mexico, up to Durango, Colorado, and … Continue reading
Call me old. Call me silly. Call me small-town girl gaping at the site of big-city Vegas. And you’d be justified. It was my inaugural visit to Sin City, and I was wowed. Not by the casinos, the shows, and … Continue reading
Fall for me just wouldn’t be the same without a trip to Ramsey House for the annual Country Market. And since last fall came and went without the annual celebration, I was feeling a bit of withdrawal. The Country Market celebrates so … Continue reading
It’s just stunning. It really is. Perched 80 feet above the Tennessee River with a commanding view of the city of Chattanooga, the Hunter Museum of American Art blends the architecture of a stately columned mansion with the sleek Gehry-like curves of a modern structure. … Continue reading
Even on the Fourth of July, Chattanooga’s Bluff View Art District was open for business! It’s a place unique unto itself — an artist colony of sorts, offering historic lodging, a noteworthy museum, artists’ renderings, and places to relax and eat … Continue reading
I could almost smell the Lavender Festival from the parking lot — well, maybe not from that far away, but I almost could. It was exciting to walk past the Emma Lee Spray Park and Garden and enter Jackson Square in Oak … Continue reading
If you’ve followed my blog in the last week, you know that my husband and I traveled to Asheville, NC over the Memorial Day weekend specifically to check out Tupelo Honey Cafe, a restaurant coming to our town — Knoxville, TN! (Can’t … Continue reading
We wrapped up our Dogwood Arts DeTour – “an intimate look into local artists’ working studios,” according to the brochure — with sculptor Bill Cook, Jr., and artist Suzanne Jack. I guess I’ve driven down Westland Drive a thousand times … Continue reading