Monday, April 11, 2011

April 11-Shelley Snow at Art Up Close and Persona

April 11-Shelley Snow at Art Up Close and Personal

Shelley Snow, of Nashville, an artist who spent some of her childhood living
at Carnton Plantation and who teaches watercolor classes in Williamson
County, will speak at Art: Up Close and Personal on Monday, April 11, at 6
p.m., at the Williamson County Public Library.

A Franklin, Tennessee native, Shelley spent more than a dozen years growing up in the Carnton Plantation home with her parents and two sisters. Her artistic abilities became so apparent at the age of seven, Shelley's mother found a German woman living in Franklin to teach her watercolor painting. She continued to master the art of watercolor painting as well as develop her talents in other mediums.

Her oil and watercolor commissions for Portraits and landscapes have taken her all over the world. Shelley has been commissioned by clients in Europe, Japan, China, Tahiti, the South Seas and the Middle East. She has traveled extensively in Mexico to paint and had a one-woman show in Mexico City.

The Arts Council is proud to present this evening series co-sponsored by Williamson County Public Library & O'More College of Design.

Williamson County Public Library
(main conference room)
1314 Columbia Pike
Franklin, TN 37064

For more information about the event or the Arts Council, visit or
call (615) 428-3845.

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