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Art from Near or Afar

The PokerFace Poker Run Tour

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Art from Near or Afar

BoundlessGallery itself grew out of a desire to create an active art community online; one where artists could benefit from selling their work to a broader population, and where art collectors could reach a large quantity of quality artists in one place. Several other local artists use the BoundlessGallery website, including an artist by the name of Turner (no last name—think Cher) from East Tennessee. BoundlessGallery has grown by, well, leaps and bounds, since its introduction to the online world in 2004. BoundlessGallery.com now provides a home for the work of over 1,000 artists. If you are a budding artist, despairing over your lack of proximity to New York City or Vienna, have no fear. Signing up for an account on BoundlessGallery.com is free and simple. Be warned though, they do take a hefty 25 percent commission of whatever you sell. 

Interested in seeing the online version of Emily Miller-Redd’s art or adding your own creative masterpieces to the site? Visit BoundlessGallery.com .

The PokerFace Poker Run Tour

We made it up to 84 mph as we left Volunteer Landing, passing Lakeshore Mental Health Institute and blasting past Pellissippi Parkway and back in just under an hour. As we were idling back at the Calhoun’s docks, our hairs were standing on end, statically charged after the ride. We didn’t say much aside from “Dude! That! Was! Awesome!”

And it was awesome, in a poetically absurd kind of way. Baja Marine is taking the boat on the road, bringing some much needed muscle to otherwise wimpy boat shows. It’ll be nearby again on October 13-15, on the river in Chattanooga. The Poker Face will herald the fall of the Crystal Palace. Now that’s metal.

Visit www.bajamarine.com for details. Baja Marine is a division of the Brunswick Corporation, a company that moved its headquarters from Chicago’s suburbs to downtown Knoxville in 2001.

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