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The Five-Point Weekend Escape Plan

Find Fresh Art in Memphis

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4. Insider's Tip


Brit McDaniel's Paper & Clay, one of a handful of artists' studios open to curious visitors.  

Some of the greatest artists in Memphis aren't in galleries right now, but you can still see their work. Arrange a time to check out the Scandinavian-inspired pottery of Brit McDaniel, the ceramic artisan behind Paper & Clay, at her Art Factory studio (email her through her Etsy page). Call painter Jared Small if you want to drop by his in-home studio, or visit one of his bad-dream images of run-down Memphis homes, where it’s displayed at the Brooks Museum. Email Gino Pambianchi to plan a drop-in at the work space where he draws animals with unnatural irregularities, like bats with poppy flowers for heads.


Published on Apr 10, 2014 as a web exclusive.

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