Artists at CAS

Adrienne Stone

Adrienne Stone

Painter

I love the excitement and anticipation of starting a new painting. When the spark comes, you’ve got to go with it.

Betty Turner

Betty Turner

Painter, Mixed Media Artist

Ms. Turner is an artist with an eclectic style who loves to experiment and explore different mediums. She most commonly creates mixed media art and also enjoys watercolor, collage, zentangle, and color pencil.
Sandy Miller

Sandy Miller

Ceramics

Sandy Miller is a ceramic artist who molds clay through wheel-throwing and hand building (slab and coil)processes. Her work is obsessively carved, impressed and layered with slips, underglazes, glaze-trailing and dipping methods to develop the colorful layered surfaces in her functional and sculptural pieces.

Jack Loeb

Jack Loeb

Painter

Jack Loeb uses strong bold colors and expressive brush strokes to convey a sense of joy and excitement in his paintings.

Adele Seitzinger

Adele Seitzinger

Artist & Teacher

As an artist and teacher, I have created many forms of art, especially fiber arts, since I was a child, having majored in it in school and taught it to children and adults all my adult life. Currently, I combine my love of both watercolors and fiber arts to paint with dyes on silk to create colorful, unique, wearable art: scarves, shawls, neckties, bowties, and more. I enjoy life with my husband in rural Tennessee and I am inspired in this setting by the beauty of God’s creation all around me.

Norma Anderson

Norma Anderson

Painter, Mixed Media Artist

With a background in Psychology and Counseling, NormaJean uses that understanding of behavior to capture and convey the spirit of life on canvas. She paints commissioned portraits, pets, and nostalgic landscapes in a classical realism style.

Skip Ritter

Skip Ritter

Woodturner and Teacher

I enjoy turning wood and watching the wood become something unique and sometimes something I could not ever have planned for. While I enjoy using my imagination to bring forth a work of art that is unique, I also enjoy the challenge of taking commissions pieces that are requested by clients. If you like to own things that are created by hand and are one of a kind, please take time browse my gallery of woodturning.

Susan Van Aalten and Ed Van Aalten

Susan Van Aalten and Ed Van Aalten

Susan van Aalten is a painter/colorist in oils, watercolor and encaustics who also creates sculptures. She continues to up the game and impress with amazing works. Ed van Aalten is a traditional black and white analogue/darkroom photographer who is also a skilled woodworker and metalworker. They work out of their Windy Cove Studios on a small farm on the Cumberland Plateau.

Terri Ritter

Terri Ritter

Abstract Artist and Art Teacher

I love bright & vibrant colors. I also believe that art should be fun to
create. And the mediums I paint is allow me to use rich and bright colors
and to get messy and have fun. As an accomplished artist I love learning
new methods and techniques. That is how I found myself as an Abstract
fluid artist.

Kim Kuykendall Allen

Kim Kuykendall Allen

Painter

As far as I can remember, I was passionate about creating and painting. I was born in a family of artists. An ancestor, Fannie Kuykendall,was an art professor at Dixie College (the name eventually changed to TTU) in the early 1900’s.Each painting is filled with my passion for life, the vision of this world, and my love of art.