Even adults get in the fun! “Where’s Waldo” downtown scavenger hunt during month of July.Explore Downtown Knoxville during the month-long Waldo scavenger hunt. Stop by the Art Market Gallery and find Waldo. Downtown scavenger hunt during July.
AMG & Artists Postings
We share news of AMG or our Members in this blog category. We hope you will enjoy!
The next jury for Art Market Gallery membership will be held Sunday, September 1st, 2019.
Currently the gallery is accepting applications from artists in 2D & 3D media. Applicants may submit work in: clay, porcelain, fiber, glass, metal, wood, natural materials, 3D mixed media, sculpture, 3D paper arts, jewelry, and 2D mixed media, painting, drawing, print makers and photography. You may only apply in one medium per jury. All works must be the original work of the artist and should be representative of the quality and nature of the art the applicant intends to exhibit at the Gallery. You are encouraged to visit the Gallery to see the quality and presentation of the art.
Please Welcome our newest members at our August 2018 First Friday Celebration on August 3rd, Along with our usual featured artist exhibit, we will be featuring new artworks at the front of the gallery by our newest members,
The Art Market Gallery (AMG) is comprised of painters, glass artists, printmakers, photographers, woodworkers, potters, fabric artists, jewelers, weavers, and sculptors. Locals and visitors to Knoxville can see this exceptional talent on display Tuesday through Sunday at our downtown Knoxville gallery. What a lot of folks are unaware of is that our artists are often recognized and distinguished for their exemplary artwork outside of AMG.
Lil Clinard, Brenda Mills, and Genie Even, three talented watercolor artists at AMG, were recently recognized by their peers and received awards at the opening reception of the 2014 34th Juried Exhibition of the Tennessee Watercolor Society.
Each year, members of the Art Market Gallery get together and create Christmas ornaments to be sold to benefit the Community School of the Arts. The School offers exposure to fine arts education and provides mentoring and guidance to East Tennessee’s young people.