Teresa Van Hatten-Granath, associate professor of art, currently has an exhibition at the Tennessee Art Commission Gallery (March 4-April 23). Van Hatten-Granath has been making alternative process photographic work for over 14 years. Most recently she was awarded the Tennessee Arts Commission FY2010 Individual Artist Fellowship in Media. In this solo show she embarks on the world of 3-D featuring natural and found objects, photography and art of sewing to produce books which “depicts events from my past.” Even though her previous body of work has focused almost exclusive on photography, Van Hatten-Granath states that she sews almost every day, and these altered books are the result of the incorporation of these two mediums. Admission is free.
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