Tennessee's Home for the Holidays
December 4 - 17
The Tennessee Residence
882 South Curtiswood Lane
Nashville, TN 37204
I was excited to have been invited by the First Lady of Tennessee, Mrs. Crissy Haslam, to Tennessee's Home for the Holidays. I was be one of the artists to create decorations for their Living Room Christmas at their Tennessee Residence. This year celebrates Tennessee Craft. The theme for the Living Room tree is metal and wood. I created copper flame-painted trios of leaves!
About the Event:
Governor and First Lady Haslam’s 5th Annual Holiday Open House Begins Friday
Monday, November 30, 2015 | 1:45pm
Annual event invites visitors to tour the Tennessee Residence decorated for the holidays
NASHVILLE – Governor Bill Haslam and First Lady Crissy Haslam will open the Tennessee Residence on Friday, December 4 for the 5th annual Tennessee’s Home for the Holidays. The free open house event invites Tennesseans to tour the executive residence decorated for the holidays with self-guided tours offered Monday through Saturday, December 4-17. Guests may reserve a time to visit on the First Lady’s website, www.tn.gov/firstlady.
“Crissy and I look forward to the open house every December,” Governor Haslam said. “It’s a great way for families to celebrate the Christmas season at a place that is significant for all Tennesseans.”
This year, the decoration theme is “Tennessee Craft,” highlighting the work of outstanding Tennessee artisans. In partnership with Tennessee Arts Commission and Tennessee Craft, the First Lady’s office worked with artists across the state who have loaned their work for the two-week open house.
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