The June Boro Art Crawl will feature the works of a wide range of creators, from third-generation artists to some who have just stared exploring their talent. The Crawl takes place one night every other month in businesses near the Murfreesboro Public Square, from Mayday Brewery to Dreamingincolor.
Art Crawl organizers invite the whole community to explore what local artists have to offer on the June 9 from 6–9 p.m.
Leah Boorse says that she loves to draw people because she’s capturing more than just the image in front of her. She strives to make their emotions, thoughts and feelings come to life on paper.
“Since I’m a third-generation artist,” said Boorse, “art is something I have been exposed to from a very early age and [it is] my passion. My mother was my first art teacher, and always encouraged me to be creative. She is an amazing artist, and my biggest inspiration.”
Other artists who will be showing their work during the Crawl include Larry Kinney, who paints lions and tigers; William Slinkard, who creates abstracts; and Anna Wise, who will be donating the proceeds from her Peter Max-inspired paintings to Compassion International.
Moxie Art Supply and Gallery will feature the work of Pam Mack. Laura Neal will be showing her work at Mayday Brewery.
Both the Center for the Arts and the Murfreesboro City Hall Rotunda will again feature local artists; this month, members of the Murfreesboro Art League will be showing their art in the Rotunda.
Other locations include Simply Pure Sweets, Bella’s Boutique, Liquid Smoke, Sugaree’s and many others.
View the June Art Crawl Map here.
For more information at boroartcrawl.com.