Winder Binder Gallery & Bookstore

31 03 2011

40 Frazier Avenue | Chattanooga, TN 37405
11-7pm Monday-Saturday | 1-6pm Sunday

Who-Fest is this weekend…

8 05 2012

2012 Gallery/Show Schedule

8 02 2012

We have updated our 2012 calendar…42 events, so far, and counting!

Click the “Events Calendar” button (above), or click HERE:

And as always, for more details on individual events, check out our facebook page HERE.


Fall/Winter 2011 Schedule at Winder Binder

11 10 2011

NOTE: For daily updates on all Winder Binder events, check out out facebook page:

Sat. October 15th
Art til Dark – Noon-6:00pm (Website / Facebook)

Sat. October 22nd
David Greenberger – 7:00-9:00pm Reception/Spoken Word Performance/Book Signing

Sat. October 29th
Art til Dark – Noon-6:00pm (Website / Facebook)
Meacham Writers’ Workshop Reading – 5:00-7:00pm (Website)

Fri. November 4th
November Featured Artist: Chris Beck – 5:00-8:00pm Reception (Website)
In conjunction with the 3rd Annual NorthShore Art Walk

Sat. November 5th
Art til Dark – Noon-6:00pm (Website / Facebook)
The Weeds are Always Greener Jason Green Book Signing – 4:00-6:00pm

Fri. November 18th through Sun. November 20th
6th Annual NorthShore Holiday Open House

Sat. November 18th
Art til Dark – Noon-6:00pm (Website / Facebook)

November 25th & 26th
6th Annual Art til Dark Holiday Market
Black Friday 10:00-6:00pm / Saturday Noon-6:00pm (Website / Facebook)

Faux Bridges is this weekend!

5 04 2011

Check out for more information.

Folk Fest 2010

15 08 2010

Winder Binder will be hosting a booth at the annual Slotin’s Folk Fest, August 20-22, 2010. We’ll be featuring artists such as the chainsaw artist, known for his whimsical “polkie dotted” animals, JL Nipper. As well as Chattanooga’s own, Daniel Johnson known for his elaborate town-scapes, and beautifully carved doors. Atlanta favorites Charlie and Deb Henson with their handy man tools come to life. Chattanooga artist Whitney Nave Jones will be bringing her bright and inspired paintings that can’t help but make you a little nostalgic, Michael Wimmer, also of Chattanooga whose clocks and assemblages are made from antique objects formed in such a way you’ll wonder why it wasn’t made that way originally. We’re also welcoming David Hammock, of Arab Alabama and his collection of larger than life, animated metal sculptures. Joining as well will be artist Eddie Powell (info to follow).

Please make the trip to Atlanta to visit us and hundreds of other galleries and artists in a celebration of world-renowned Folk Art.

Who-Fest is this weekend

20 05 2009

Come on down…nearly 70 artists, two full days of music, demonstrations and workshops.

Saturday and Sunday
Renaissance Park

Click the Who-Fest link on the right side of this page.

Oh, and it’s FREE!!!!