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American Iris Society
Region 7 Inaugural Photography Contest
Best of Show Winner

Jeff Mayfield’s photograph was awarded first place in its category as well as best of show for the 2016 Region Seven Inaugural Photography Contest. The work is titled “First Light,” and it was taken near Beechgrove, Tennessee on May 5, 2016. The image depicts natural light shining through the fog above a garden full of irises in full bloom.

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The August 2016 Boro Art Crawl

The Boro Art Crawl Committee invited Jeff Mayfield to exhibit art in the August 2016 Boro Art Crawl. This event was held Friday August 12th from 6 to 9 pm. The exhibit was displayed in Let's Make Wine at 109 E Main St, Murfreesboro, TN 37130. Thanks for joining us at the Boro Art Crawl!

We appreciated all of the discussions at the exhibit on 8/12/16.

 

The June 2016 Boro Art Crawl

The Boro Art Crawl Committee invited Jeff Mayfield to exhibit art in the 2-day Boro Art Crawl held on June 9-10, 2016. We had a great time meeting people in Funtiques located at 118 South Maple Street, Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

"The Boro Art Crawl had the attendees of the annual Tennessee Arts Conference (TAC Collective Impact: Together as Change Agents) join us for this 2-day event, and following in the conference’s footsteps, the theme for this art crawl will be: Community." - Boro Art Crawl Committee

See more details by clicking on the link: boroartcrawl.com/


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The Depot District Arts Fest Art Crawl
Saturday, June 11th, 2016
in Smyrna, Tennessee

The Depot District Arts Fest Art Crawl Committee invited Jeff Mayfield to exhibit art at the 2016 Art Crawl in the Historic Depot District of Smyrna.

Our team had a great time, and we would like to thank the Depot District Arts Fest Art Crawl Committee for including our art in the exhibit.

See more details by clicking on the link: www.depotdistrictartsfest.com


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Tristar Stonecrest Medical Center Presented Works

by Jeff Mayfield


The exhibit titled "Stops Along the Way" opened in June and was displayed through December of 2010 at the Tristar Stonecrest Medical Center.

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Tullahoma Fine Arts Center Presented Over Thirty Works

by Jeff Mayfield

This 2010 exhibit displayed interesting pieces that focused on the effects that our behaviors can have on others. "In this series, Mayfield focuses on how behavior communicates values and standards of life. The series is designed to encourage reflection on how our actions affect others." - The Tullahoma News

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Manchester Arts Center Presented Works

by Jeff Mayfield

This exhibit opened in April and ran through July of 2010. "Jeff did a demonstration before the Gospel Fest and will also be encouraging participation in a new experience - a community painting!" - Manchester Arts Center
“As an artist and a photographer, I have always been intensely interested in the creative process. I love both painting and photography.” - Jeff Mayfield

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Watercolor Workshops at the Manchester Arts Center

by Jeff Mayfield


A series of five weekly workshops were held in 2009 to introduce basic watercolor tools and techniques. Two and a half hour classes were provided for three different age groups from children to senior citizens. Everyone was encouraged to approach painting as a learning process. These workshops were designed to present a life enriching perspective on how to learn watercolor basics as a method to encourage self-expression, improve self-esteem, and increase focus.

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The Art Center of Cannon County Presented Thirty-four Works

by Jeff Mayfield


This 2008 exhibit included thought provoking pieces regarding Jeff Mayfield's interpretations of his journey through life. His works depict some of the memories that have molded and enriched his life. These images represent an informal type of “scrapbook.” One goal is for these images to relate to memorable events from the life of the viewer.

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