Originally from Georgia, Stacie Williams has lived in Johnson City long enough to consider herself a local.
Joey Van Meenen is in the fight of his life, but the “happy go-lucky” tattoo artist and painter is not alone as he goes through it.
She may be “shy and quiet” in person, but that’s not a big deal for an artist who likes to let her work speak for itself.
Art has been a part of Taylor Norris’ life for as long as they can remember.
A native of Atlanta, Richard Graves has made a home — and a name — for himself in Appalachia.
An attorney from Wisconsin in a past life, Johnson City’s Ruby Berry has moved from the courtroom to the darkroom.
You may not have heard his name, but that’s fine. Jason Flack would rather you know his art.
Since forming in April 2018, Ghoulgasm has helped fill a niche for a local fanbase nostalgic for the ‘70s and ‘80s “horror punk” sound and live experience.
For Rod Haaland, Saturday’s inaugural Mill Spring Makers Faire in Jonesborough was as much of a family outing as it was a business one.
Though they’re still fairly new to the area, Jan and Vince Bowden have found the “perfect” home in Erwin, Tennessee.
Much like the punk bands of the ‘80s under President Ronald Reagan, Daybreaker is a band with a defiant political message in the age of President Donald Trump.
Since forming in 2015, 1134 has been a fixture in the local heavy metal scene.
An artist since childhood, Johnson City native Luke Ferrell always knew he wanted to do something with art, but it wasn’t until he got to East Tennessee State University that he found out what kind of art.
An East Tennessean through and through, Pam Archer has called Kingsport home since 1971, though she hails from Knoxville.
After several years doing digital art, Piney Flats’ Chelsea Lowe hit it big when she was commissioned to do posters for 21st Century Fox’s “Dark Phoenix” and Disney-Pixar’s “Toy Story 4.”