Tri-Star Arts hosts four artist studios for Knoxville area artists at the Candoro Marble Building.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and will be reviewed when studios become available. Please direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
These studios are operated in partnership with Aslan Foundation.
The process-oriented work of Alissa Walls explores the relationship between being and doing. Drawing lies at the heart of her practice, which also engages collage, ceramics, sculpture, textiles, encaustic, printmaking, installation, photography, video, and projection. Walking, running, yoga, and meditation also occupy a central role in her production, particularly in experiential investigations of
Risa Hricovsky is a post-discipline installation artist. Her work pushes the existing boundaries between painting and sculpture, and between art, design and craft. Risa’s artworks punctuate space through pattern, color and her use of the multiple. Working though dichotomies such as order & chaos, attraction & repulsion and two-dimensional & three-dimensional, she makes visual poems about perceptio
Casey Fletcher is an interdisciplinary visual artist, craftsperson, and educator based out of Knoxville, Tennessee. His work studies the nature of machine/human interaction, the evolution of western Christian culture and thought, the value of labor, and the influence of mass media on individual identity and taste.
Jillian Hirsch is an artist, educator, and recent MFA. Over the last 7 years, Jillian’s professional career has focused primarily on community-based art projects via the creation of large-scale mosaics murals in collaboration with schools, nonprofits, and partners. Through her artistic practice, Jillian strives to engage others in dialogue concerning ecological literacy and environmental issues wh
Rachel Sevier Dallery's current work is an exploration of the human predicament of being simultaneously more than a body and yet confined to a body that is in a constant state of decay. Her personal experience with chronic illness is at the root of this conflict. She states, "It is the desire to hold onto the finite frame that contains us. Embodiment speaks of the concrete, physical, visible being