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Hartman Subject of Catron Art Gallery Exhibit
February 3, 2020

The work of artist Heather Hartman is featured this semester in the Catron Art Gallery, located in the R. Jack Fishman Library on the Morristown Campus. Hartman will deliver an artist’s talk at 10:15 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 11, in the theatre of the Judge William H. Inman Humanities Complex. The event is free and open to everyone.
Hartman was born in Los Angeles. She moved to Tennessee with her family in 1989. She was deeply impacted by the weather and the constantly changing skies of her new home.
She holds a bachelor’s of fine art from Auburn University and a master’s of fine art with a concentration in painting and drawing. Her work has been included in New American Paintings Juried Exhibition in Print, and in the 28th Annual McNeese Works on Paper National Exhibition, where she received a Juror’s Mention Award. 
Hartman lives and works in Knoxville, where she is a member of the Vacuum Shop Studies Artist Collaborative. She is also an assistant professor of art at Carson-Newman University.

In the Picture: “Echo” is an example of the work by artist Heather Hartman, the subject of this semester’s exhibit at the Catron Gallery at Walters State Community College. The exhibit runs through March 31. Hartman will deliver an artist’s talk on Feb. 11.