Most of us visit an art gallery or a museum to view art. Well artist Bernice Davidson has a different idea. She is turning her town into an outdoor museum and using its history and its heroes as the subject of her art. Gretchen Bates toured Pulaski to find out more.
Gretchen Bates joined Tennessee Crossroads in 2007 but had her first appearance on the show in 1991 when her community, The Farm, was featured on the show. Though born and raised in Lewis County, Gretchen left Tennessee to move to New York City and pursue a career in theatre. Highlights from her time in New York City include two summers at the Chautauqua Theatre, working with the Circe du Soleil, and seeing every show on Broadway. After six years on the stage in New York City, Gretchen returned home to Tennessee.