Hopkinsville Art Guild

Jim Creighton
Heirloom Table Home


A modernist artisan maker offering traditionally crafted furnishings

Wednesday, March 14, at Noon in the Gallery at 108 E 6th Street
Jim Creighton is an avid photographer who grew up in Arizona where his grandfather was a builder/architect. He is a retired Army logistics systems officer with 26 years service, and has 6 years of police dispatch experience. He worked for the Pennyrile Area Development District doing GIS (digital mapping) for 15 years.

Woodworking was always a part of Jim's life; he passed this on to his son, Shannon. The two are partners in Heirloom Table Home, begun in 2014 in downtown Hopkinsville.

"He who works with his hands is a laborer. He who works with his hands and his head is an craftsman. He who works with his hands and his head and his heart is an artist." - St. Francis of Assisi
 
The Hopkinsville Art Guild's Brown Bag Lunch programs are presented on the second Wednesday of each month at Noon in the Hopkinsville Art Gallery. Everyone is invited to enjoy their lunch in the Gallery during an hour of free entertainment with the featured guest in an atmosphere of fine art by local artists and artisans.

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GALLERY OPENING

108 East 6th Street
Hopkinsville, Kentucky
Open 10:00—4:00
Mondays through Fridays
and 10:00—2:00 Saturdays

Workshops

Workshops
Offered during the year
on a variety of topics.

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270-962-7307 |Hopkinsville Art Guild | P.O. Box 495 | Hopkinsville, KY 42240