The Salvage Show March 13 at the Carriage House

Knox Heritage Presents “Salvage Show” to benefit Salvage Program Thursday March 13

Click here to see Salvage Show Exhibition Pieces

Silent Auction of Art and Home Decor Made Using Architectural Elements by Local Artists

Knoxville, TN – On Thursday, March 13, Knox Heritage will hold The Salvage Show, an exhibition of fine art and home decor made using architectural salvage by local artists. The exhibition will give guests ideas for their own DIY projects and benefit The Salvage Room, a program of the non-profit. The event will be held Thursday, March 13, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.at 1300 North Broadway in the Carriage House next to WATE- Channel 6. All work will be available to purchase through a silent auction, as well as the “painted lady” windows from Patrick Sullivan’s in the Old City. (Note: Windows not original to building.) The Salvage Room will also be open and holding a 10% off sale. The event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.

Artists and designers included are Ashley Addair, Ryann Aoukar, Sheri Campbell, Brittany Decker, Laurence Eaton, Austin Ferber, Matt Lewis, Beth Meadows, Sarah McFalls, Brian Pittman, Shawn Poynter, and David Silverthorn.

The public may view works made by visiting www.knoxheritage.org/salvage beginning March 14. Those interested in volunteering for the event may email salvage@knoxheritage.org.

Visit our Salvage Room page for more information about our Salvage Program.