Nita Andrews has resided in Franklin, Tn since 1997. She and her husband, Al, have two grown sons. Hunter (22) and Brent (19). Nita devotes her time to creating art in her Studio in Germantown (The 100 Taylor Arts Collective)
She also leads creativity groups. Over the years Nita had lived out her calling to guide men and women on the path of creativity in both visual and written expressions. Her classes spur on the creative process through an exploration of songs, paintings, films, poems. The conversation that flows out of these experiences is life changing.
Nita loves to create with a wide variety of materials and collage elements. She also teaches art once or twice a year.
She loves poetry and theology. In 2015 she was an adjunct professor in the Religion and Philosophy Department and King University.
She shares the kitchen table with her husband AL and you can usually find Hobbs, a Terrier, underfoot hoping for some dropped morsel.
Nita and her husband, Al, are active at several ministries in Nashville and Franklin. Porter’s Call, Thistle Farms (paper studio), and St. Augustines Chapel at Vanderbilt. She also teaches once a month for the women’s ministry at Christ Community Church. Nita is co authoring a book with Karen Anderson based on the model of contemplative reading known as Creative Lectio. It will be published by Morgan James and out in the late fall of 2016.