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January 31 2010

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January 11 2010

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New to the Oak Ridge Overpass promotional menu: Omelet rice (above,) Coq Au Vin (middle,) and Curried Shrimp (below.)
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January 03 2010

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Location of the Oak Ridge Overpass Project
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January 01 2010

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July 15 2009



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Form for the silent auction of Roger Leubke’s hand-crafted cedar-strip canoe.
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A special event at the Corner Gallery in July is the silent auction of Roger Leubke’s hand-crafted cedar-strip canoe. Ready for the water, the 16 foot, 50 pound canoe features caned seats and is coated with fiber glass and epoxy to form a durable and lasting top coat. Leubke has built over 100 boats professionally. This is his fifth wooden boat.

opens on July 15, and closes on Friday, July 31, 2009, at 3:00 p.m. The minimum bid is $9,000. The Corner Gallery, open Tuesday through Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 2 p.m., is located in Grove Center at 106 Randolph Road, Oak Ridge, TN. The public is invited.

June 14 2009

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May 16 2009


It's June!

Still looking for a meaningful present for Fathers' Day? Take a look at the many, many beautiful, unique items we have to offer at the Corner Gallery -- wooden trinket boxes for his cufflinks (or earrings), whimsical prints for the den, one-of-a-kind sculptures for his shelves. If he likes to cook, what about some gorgeous hand-painted platters? If he's environmentally minded, what about a reusable shopping bag? If he's got a green thumb, what about a pretty pot for those summer tomatoes? And don't forget to take a look at our lovely greeting cards on your way out!

May 10 2009


Brochure 2009

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The Corner Gallery's new brochure is available for download.

May 08 2009


Special exhibit: a trio of watercolorists

On May 2, The Corner Gallery had a special opening featuring the paintings of Doris Johnson, Pat Fitchpatrick, and Betsy Spooner. Pat Fitchpatrick spoke about her recollections of growing up during the 1950s, when she would sketch while listening to radio dramas; Betsy Spooner talked about her young days in Syracuse, New York and her experience working with preschool children; and Doris Johnson talked about her years of experience painting porcelain, and how her current wall art reflects that expertise.
The three artists also spoke about the differences between using oil and watercolors, and described the processes they had gone through while creating their artwork currently on exhibit.

A nice crowd attended the reception and congratulated Ms. Johnson, Ms. Fitchpatrick and Ms. Spooner on their works and insightful talks.

The gallery's website and brochure will be updated soon -- so keep an eye out for them.

In the meantime, stop by the Corner Gallery for the latest in wearable art, paintings, sculpture, stationery, kitchen linens, green shopping bags and more -- all by talented local artists. There's bound to be something by someone you know!

We look forward to seeing you at the gallery. If you have any questions about the art on display, don't hesitate to ask the knowledgeable gallery member who's on duty when you're there!

If you're interested in any of our work, would like more information on our cooking workshops, or might want to become a member of The Corner Gallery yourself, contact Eun-Sook Kim at eskimbs at bellsouth.net.

May 03 2009

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Postcards by Gan Yifei are now available
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