Currently on Exhibit:

Tamera D. Smith
“Nature’s Creatures”

Tamera D. Smith was born in 1973 to Joe Smith and Joyce Carver, and grew up in Euharlee. For the past three years she has been a resident of Pine Log. She helps teach Sunday school and does the set ups for VBS there.

In 1991, Tamera flew to New York after her poem “Daddy” won a poetry contest. The poem “Daddy” was published in a book. Then in 2012 another poem, titled “God’s Backyard to Me”, was also published.

By trade, Tamera is a painter and landscaper. She loves animals, fishing, drawing, Elvis, Shakespeare, and old cars. She considers baseball her all-time favorite hobby and is a Mets fan.

Currently, Tamera is in the process of getting the book she has written published. It is titled “Justice System.” You can also find her work at the Open Door Christian Book Store where her coloring books are for sale.




Highlights from the Past:

The Cartersville Public Library has been very fortunate to host so many fabulous local and Georgia artists since 2005. Bartow native, Walt Floyd, was the first artist to exhibit in the Gallery - just in time for the grand opening of our new facility.