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Saturday, July 16, 2016

Newnan-Coweta Chamber of Commerce announces Small Business of the Year 2016 finalists!

Congratulations to the Top 10 Finalists and the seven Honorable Mention Award Winners for the 2016 Small Business of the Year Awards presented by SouthTowne Motors and UBS Financial Services, Inc.! 

The Top 10 Finalists are:
Cardinal Waste Solutions, LLC, CMIT Solutions, Crezent #Managed Marketing, Dogwood Veterinary Hospital and Laser Center, Fine Lines Art & Framing, Inc., Infiniti of South Atlanta/Heritage Automotive, Kason Industries, Inc., Liberty Tax Service, Penco Restoration and Senoia Law Office.

The Top Ten Finalists were interviewed by the judges on June 21, 2016 at the Newnan-Coweta Chamber. Adding the interview scores to the application scores, the judges then determined three category winners—the Entrepreneur Category (1-5 Employees), the Growth Category (6-19 Employees), the Employer Category (20-99 Employees)—and then the SouthTowne Motors and UBS Financial Services, Inc. Small Business of the Year Award Overall Winner.  

Results will be announced on August 25, 2016, during the Small Business of the Year Awards and Celebration, set for 4-7 p.m. at the Newnan Centre, 1515 Lower Fayetteville Road, Newnan. Tickets for the event are $20 for Chamber members, $35 for non-members, and are available at the Newnan-Coweta Chamber or by calling 770.253.2270. You can also register through ChamberMaster by clicking here.

Please join us for an exciting evening! Thank you to my patrons and Newnan-Coweta Chamber for this wonderful opportunity, Celia

Monday, May 2, 2016

Baseball Knowledge

Its baseball season, and we've had the privilege of framing a baseball for Will Smith, a pitcher for the Pittsburg Pirates. This is an interesting take on how to frame a baseball.
We start with a circle cut out of a suede mat! Just the beginning...
Lets add a baseball. But it needs a base to rest in, right?
Next step we get creative.
Put it all together with a shadowbox frame.
Beautiful and Interesting!
Ever wonder how major-league baseballs are manufactured? Find out by checking out this 5 min. episode of the Discovery Channel's "How It's Made" television series. Click the link below.

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Simple Pleasures 2016

Fine Lines is proud to be a sponsor of the Simple Pleasures Photography Competition
See info below and join us this Saturday @3pm

Thursday, March 17, 2016

Art Walk Tonight

Join us tonight at the Newnan Spring Art Walk.
Fine Lines features 18 local artists.
Refreshments served.
We invite you all to join us during our Bi-Annual Art Walk Event to celebrate our local talent!  During the Art Walk downtown businesses extend their hours to host store front exhibits and demonstrations by a variety of Newnan’s finest artists.  Complementary tastings and hors d’oeuvres will be served by some of our local businesses, as well as specials and promotions.

Fine Lines has a new artist. Sara Arnall presents beautiful works of mixed media.

Monday, February 1, 2016

Presenting another Newnan Artist-in-Residence Ken DeWaard

Fine Lines is sponsoring an artist's demo at the Newnan Carnegie Library in downtown Newnan. Please join us this Thursday evening, 6pm
We will have a live auction of the artist's piece following the demo. Fine Lines will add the frame to complete the piece for the lucky buyer.

You will enjoy watching Ken DeWaard at work!

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Fine Lines Gallery Welcomes Peter Tudhope

Newnan has recently established an Artist-in-Residence program and has restored Gray cottage in historic downtown for the creative guests to reside while participating in the program. This gives the artist a place to live within the community. This program gives the artist a change in environment and an opportunity to get to know a new town . It offers inspiration to the artist, allowing them to create new works in a new surrounding, while benefiting the community.

Fine Lines would like to introduce
our viewers to Peter Tudhope, Newnan's first artist-in-residence. Peter is from Scotland and arrived in September. His works are generally Scottish and Irish landscapes created in oil on canvas. In addition, Peter works in charcoal and pastel. While visiting Newnan, he has contributed to the community with several workshops and demos for students and the public. Peter's works are available for viewing and for sale at Fine Lines Gallery. He has created beautiful works of local architecture and landscapes alike. Come by and see us, we would love to introduce you to Peter's art!
Also check out www.petertudhope.com
                                                                              Museum Shadow-Pastel
Newnan Sidewalk-Oil

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Fine Lines, Millie Gosch, and the Fall Art Walk

It's that time of year when we are gearing up for fall and seasonal activities. Please join us tonight, Friday, Sept. 18th, 5-9pm in downtown Newnan for the yearly Fall Art Walk. Stroll downtown while enjoying local artists and refreshments. Free to the public.
New to our gallery... Fine Lines Art & Framing brings you art by Millie Gosch! Millie has graciously joined our gallery and we are thankful to have her on board with us!
Check out her website at www.milliegosch.com

I love to paint from life and I love to be outdoors, so naturally painting en plein air is a good fit for my art. During the spring and fall, I spend a lot of time painting field studies. From those studies, I paint larger pieces in the studio. I don’t use photographs at all. I paint what I know, and what I love is nature. My favorite subjects are big open fields, sunrises, sunsets, trees, the lowcountry, and the southland. I use a limited palette of primary colors. In my work I strive to bring my viewer into the painting and let them make it their own experience.
-Millie Gosch


 This is only a few of her pieces of beautiful art you can view in our gallery. Come by for more. Looking forward to seeing you here and thanks for visiting! Celia
10 E Broad Street, downtown Newnan 770-683-3463