Lisa Boardwine has evolved from using crayons as a child, to representational art, to her current genre – abstract oil/cold wax and acrylic/mixed media.
Lisa Boardwine is a fine artist living and working in Grundy, Virginia. She received her associate's degree in liberal arts from Southwest Virginia Community College in Richlands, Virginia.
Lisa Boardwine shares her expertise with other artists and aspiring artists through workshops and a mentoring program.
Tales of food and culture at the Abingdon library
The Friends of the Washington County Public Library in Abingdon, Virginia present Fred Sauceman as part of its Sunday with Friends literary series. He regales the audience with tales of food and culture Sunday, March 5 at 3 p.m. at the main library in Abingdon.
A celebration of regional poetry is held at the Washington County Public Library, Abingdon, Virginia, March 26 at 3 p.m.
Emma Grubbs loves opera
Emma Grubbs was too shy to sit next to her voice coach when she went for her first trial voice lesson, since then she has learned the joy of entertaining a crowd.
The Arts Depot, Abingdon, Virginia, partners for a second time with the Arts & Culture Alliance of Greater Knoxville by hosting a multi-media exhibition of works created by Arts & Culture Alliance members.
Matt Palmer has been called one of the world's best classical guitarists, but he can also rock with the heavy metal electric guitar icons and shred with the neoclassicists.
Virginia has square dancing as the state folk dance and milk as the state beverage. Now it may boast "Song of the Mountains" as the state television series.
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