BIOGRAPHY

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I'm a mess. I should have had a website long ago. My excuse is, I am heavy on the creative side, a little slow on the business side.


After drumming in bands for 8 albums and 15 years, after inventing a famous portable ladder leveling device,
after raising four kids as a painting/wallpaper contractor, after living in Nashville since 1986, I discovered wood art and table design in about 2010. Addicted! 

RedemptiveArtist.com reflects my awe of nature and my fascination with gems, marble and wood from exotic places to old barns. I sell from a quaint little shop in Nashville; an entrance to the old Marathon Automobile Factory on Clinton Street.

We are directly across from the American Pickers store, now called Antique Archeology.
I also have a small space in the lovely BASEMENT MARKETPLACE in nearby Mt. Juliet, and in the beautiful O’ GALLERY, also on Clinton Street.

Enjoy browsing, and THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR VISITING MY SITE. Be Blessed.

Terry Andersen