Meg Garrett’s Paintings Shown at Center

“After the Storm” (left) and “Beechgrove Stream,” by Meg Garrett

The Center for the Arts in downtown Murfreesboro is presenting a new exhibit of recent landscape paintings by Tennessee artist Meg Garrett through Feb. 28.

Garrett, who lives in Beech Grove, is known for her light-filled impressions of the landscape. She is often seen in the area painting new impressions. She says she feels blessed to be able to record her surroundings with paint, adding that “each season provides some new vantage point that I hadn’t noticed before. Even familiar views are constantly renewed by ever-changing light and weather conditions, making them eternally compelling.”

The Center for the Arts is located at 110 W. College St., Murfreesboro. A percentage of all sales will benefit The Center for the Arts; there is no charge for viewing the exhibit. For more information, visit boroarts.org.


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