Tuesday, October 11, 2011

 When you step into the Center and look straight ahead and up you will encounter the first of many beautiful crafts. 
 Congressman Joe L Evins of Smithville was one of many Tennesseans that started their political career in the Tennessee General Assembly. His picture is on tiles which is located on the right of the fireplace. 
 On the left of the fireplace were tools to tend a fire. Check out the ash sweeper. 

This is the metal door which leads into the back of the Art Gallery. The double doors is where the Redbud Cafe is located. Tomorrow I will show you what is inside. 
The kitty justice is I hit a key ???? and now my text is centered. 

6 comments:

mississippi artist said...

All of these photos are just wonderful. How nice to have a cabin in such a beautiful area. Of course I love all the metal flower sculptures.

Lady Di Tn said...

MA
Glad you are enjoying the series about ACC. My FIL was a visionary and back in the early sixties he bought two lots and put the cabin in the middle. Back then the lake was not as well known and the shoreline had very few houses and not any condos visible from the lake. Everyone in the family has been fortunate that he had such forethought. Peace

Changes in the wind said...

That ash sweeper looks like it has seen better days:)

Lady Di Tn said...

Monica
I think it was used a lot. Peace

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Looks like a neat place, Di.. Thanks for sharing...
Hugs,
Betsy

Lady Di Tn said...

Betsy
Your welcome and Peace.