Fall 2008
Best Sellers in Nashville, TN By Kami Rice

A Thousand Faces

In business for over 17 years, Linda Turner moved A Thousand Faces to its current location in Nashville’s trendy Hillsboro Village in 1994. The retail and residential neighborhood is located between Vanderbilt and Belmont Universities and on the edge of famed Music Row. Turner says her main focus now is artisan jewelry, but her loyal customers also shop here for handmade original art, a wide selection of cards, and other great gift products.

Prior to opening her shop, Turner spent time in plenty of gift shops as a sales rep selling gift shop products. She was inspired to go into business and found a symbolic name from the lyrics of a Jimmy Buffett song. Six years ago Turner started painting and making jewelry that she sells at A Thousand Faces. She enjoys building relationships with the other artists whose work she sells and enjoys watching them grow in their craft.

Best Sellers
Overall: Kitras Art Glass, friendship balls
Stationery: Positively Green cards by Compendium, Quotable cards
Baby: Angel Dear baby blankets
Garden: Yard Birds metal art
Home/Art: Marc Tetro prints
Jewelry: Saundra Messenger, especially earrings

Linda Turner, owner

Kami Rice

Kami Rice (www.kamirice.com) has lived in Nashville for six years. She loves the opportunities her work as a full-time freelance writer gives her to continue getting to know her city better. In addition to Nashville stories, she has covered stories from Africa and Haiti.

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