Gay Bryant is an artist, painter, and printmaker who teaches regionally and resides in Knoxville, Tennessee. She has worked as a studio artist for the last 20 years and has been developing her art since grade school. Her paintings and prints depict nature, architecture, and events of everyday life.
While celebrating traditional skills and craftsmanship, Gay uses relief printing and painting to bring the viewer into familiar scenes of the rich landscape of eastern Tennessee. Her printmaking involves woodcuts, linoleum block, etchings, and composite materials and her painting is done in watercolor or acrylic. Gay teaches printmaking and watercolor at John C. Campbell Folk School (Brasstown NC) and The Swag Mountaintop Inn (Waynesville NC). Her work is represented in regional galleries and in international collections. She is a retired professor of Business and Media Technologies at Pellissippi State.
- Medium Linoleum/relief print/watercolor
- Status Available
- Size (") 30x30
My Latest Post
Art Market Gallery Artists recently got together and created Cork Ornaments that they will sell to benefit the Community School of the Arts in Downtown Knoxville. Each ornament is hand made by an Art Market artist. The ornaments will be on sale through the month of December and all proceeds will go to benefit CSA, an after school program which teaches all artistic disciplines to undeserved and at risk children and teens five days a week.
The gallery, which is at 422 S Gay Street is open 11 AM to 6 PM Monday through Sat and 1 - 6 PM on Sundays. (ArtMarketGallery.net). Our next creative day is Nov 4, 2019.
Ornaments for sale now at the Gallery, $10.00 each.