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Volume 26, Number 2 — February 2019

Kingsport Photographer Featured in New Magazine

"Shelter from the Storm" by Jeffrey Stoner

March 08, 2011

KINGSPORT, TN — Fine art photographer Jeffrey Stoner's images will be featured in the April 2011 inaugural edition of Still Point Arts Quarterly.

Stoner's portfolio of black-and-white images titled "An Opportunity for a Dream" shows the connection between Northeast Tennessee and the founding of Cades Cove in the Great Smoky Mountains. The settlement of Cades Cove took the combination of the foresight of Revolutionary War veteran William Tipton and the courage of the first settlers, Carter County's John and Lucretia Oliver and their young daughter. The Olivers arrived in late fall and only survived the winter of 1818-1819 with the help of the Cherokee Indians.

Stoner's portfolio includes images of the beautiful landscape and wildlife of Cades Cove as well as its historic structures and those at Johnson City's Tipton-Haynes site.

Stoner relocated from Pennsylvania to Northeast Tennessee in 2007 to photograph the mile-high mountains and fertile valleys of the Mountain South. He is represented by galleries in Tennessee, North Carolina, Virginia, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Still Point Arts Quarterly, a publication of Still Point Art Gallery and Shanti Arts LLC, is a printed periodical that focuses on artistic expression and creativity. Each issue includes extensive portfolios from three or four noteworthy artists as well as thoughtful short articles, essays, and poems about art and artistry.

The Quarterly is published with the intention of engaging, enlightening, and inspiring both artists and art enthusiasts. More information, including information about subscriptions, may be found on the Gallery's website: