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Arts & Entertainment Art association’s waterfall mural now hangs in Town Hall

Town manager Sam Greenwood admires the 16-panel waterfall mural created by the Macon County Art Association and newly displayed in Town Hall.The Town of Franklin received a piece of local art last Thursday from the Macon County Art Association, after the Town had granted the Association $1,500 to fund the project last November.

By last spring, the Association completed the piece, a mural of various mediums depicting the 16 waterfalls of Macon County. The piece was displayed at the Uptown Gallery in Downtown Franklin, and then displayed near the fireplace of the public library until last week, where it found its final home at Town Hall.

The contributions of the townsponsored art are as follows: Lower Satulah Falls by Cammille Tuttrup, Bridal Veil Falls by Stephen Wayne Clark, Dry Falls by Sue Weathers, Big Laurel Falls by Jim Smythe, Glen Falls by Sheila Moffitt, Ranger Falls by Karen Smith, Secret Falls by Debbie Winelt, Rufus Morgan Falls by Bachor, Pickleseimer Rock House Falls by Susan Lizer, Middle Creek Falls by Margie Kellam, Sequoyah Lake Dam Falls by Carol Rollick, Cullasja Falls by Kay Edson, Upper Satulah Falls by Janis Mansfield, Mooney Falls by Elsie Spriggel, Upper Buck Creek Falls by Marilyn Miller and Gunstairs Falls by Hollis Walker (photo) and James Smythe (canvas rendering).





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