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York & Friends Fine Art

107 Harding Pl., Nashville, TN 37205 615-352-3316, yorkandfriends@att.net www.yorkandfriends.com EDITORIAL

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Tue–Sat: 10 am to 5 pm

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CALL 615-383-0278 FOR ADVERTISING AND EDITORIAL

BELLEVUE Lisa Jennings Art

8533 Newsom Station Rd., Nashville, TN 37221 615-351-6497, sculptorgal@att.net www.lisajenningsart.com Mon-Sat: 10 am to 5 pm; call for appointment

www.facebook.com/NashvilleArts www.twitter.com/NashvilleArts www.youtube.com/NashvilleArtsMag

BERRY HILL Jalan-Jalan Showroom

2503 Winford Ave., Nashville, TN 37211 615-780-2600, jalanjalan@comcast.net www.jalanjalanantiques.com

BELLE MEADE

Fri–Sat: 10 am to 4 pm; also by appointment

Cheekwood

1200 Forrest Park Dr., Nashville, TN 37205 615-356-8000, info@cheekwood.org www.cheekwood.org Tue–Sun: 9 am to 5 pm

Endeavor Fine Art

265 White Bridge Pike, Nashville, TN 37209 615-353-9595, brenda@endeavorfineart.com www.endeavorfineart.com Open by appointment

Nina Kuzina Fine Art

4231 Harding Pike, Nashville, TN 37205 615-321-0500, ninakuzina@comcast.net www.ninakuzina.com Open 7 days, 10 am to 6 pm, and by appointment anytime

Stanford Fine Art

6608-A Hwy. 100, Nashville, TN 37205 615-352-5050, info@stanfordfineart.com www.stanfordfineart.com Mon–Sat: 9 am to 5:30 pm, and by appointment 4

CHEATHAM COUNTY Harpeth Art Center / Mud Puddle Pottery

462 Hwy. 70, Pegram, TN 37143 615-646-6644, info@mudpuddlepottery.com, info@harpethartcenter.com www.mudpuddlepottery.com Mon–Tue: 10 am to 9 pm; Wed–Sat: 10 am to 5 pm

The gallery is located 15 minutes west of downtown Nashville and features a wide assortment of pottery, glass, jewelry, copper, and paintings created by Middle Tennessee Copper Bowl with Antler Stand, Ben Caldwell artisans. Specializing in art instruction for adults and children in pottery, sculpture, jewelry, copper smithing, and painting. The Harpeth Art Center is home to the West 70 Arts Cruise Festival, held the 3rd Saturday of each month, April–Nov.

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TINNEY CONTEMPORARY

NASHVILLE’S DESTINATION FOR COLLECTIBLE CONTEMPORARY ART

237 5TH AVENUE NORTH | NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 37219 | 615.255.7816 TUESDAY- SATURDAY, 11-5 AND BY APPOINTMENT | WWW.TINNEYCONTEMPORARY.COM

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COOP Gallery

DONELSON

75 Arcade, Nashville, TN 37219 931-221-7967, info@coopgallery.org www.coopgallery.org

Robin’s Gallery

2607 Lebanon Pike, Nashville, TN 37214 615-885-1694, info@robinsgallery.com www.robinsgallery.com

Mon–Fri: 9 am to 5 pm; Sat: 10 am to 3 pm. Additional hours by appointment

DOWNTOWN The Arts Company

215 5th Ave. N., Nashville, TN 37219 615-254-2040, art@theartscompany.com www.theartscompany.com Tue–Sat: 11 am to 5 pm

Established December 1996, The Arts Company is a primary visual arts destination on 5th Avenue of the Arts in Downtown Nashville. Known for presenting fresh, original, and contemporary artwork by artists from emerging to legendary, The Arts Company offers a distinctive Nashville experience through in-person visits as well as an online website presence (www.theartscompany.com). First Saturday Art Crawl is a monthly visual arts evening event featuring an alliance of downtown art galleries and museums with approximately 1,500 attendees. Admission free.

BelArt Gallery

56 Arcade, 5th Ave. N., Nashville, TN 37219 615-397-2347, marleendebock@hotmail.com www.marleensartwork.com First Saturday Art Crawl: 6 to 9 pm, and by appointment

Corvidae Collective

11 Arcade, Nashville, TN 37219 615-251-1609 corvidaecollective@gmail.com www.corvidaecollective.net

Tue-Sat: 12 to 5 pm. We are the only gallery in the lower level of the Historic Downtown Arcade located between 4th Ave. & 5th Ave. of the Arts. Bordered by Union & Church Sts.

Craig Brabson Fine Art Photography Gallery

79 Arcade, Nashville, TN 37219 615-308-7751, craigbrabson@hotmail.com www.craigbrabson.com Fri–Sat: 11 am to 3 pm; First Saturday Art Crawl of every month: 6 to 9 pm

Frist Center for the Visual Arts 919 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203 615-244-3340, mail@fristcenter.org www.fristcenter.org

Mon–Wed: 10 am to 5:30 pm; Thurs–Fri: 10 am to 9 pm; Sat: 10 am to 5:30 pm; Sun: 1 to 5:30 pm; Café opens at noon

Exhibitions include works by Goya, Rubens, and Rembrandt; early Soviet photography and film; Italian automobiles; iconic pottery, textiles, and jewelry; Samurai arms and armor; contemporary video installations, and much more.

Visit fristcenter.org for a complete list of exhibitions and programs.

The Gallery of Andy Anh Ha

Blend Studio

79 Arcade, Nashville, TN 37219 615-852-7009, blendstudio79@gmail.com www.blendstudio.wordpress.com

Mon-Fri: 11 am to 5 pm; Sat: 11 am to 3 pm; First Saturday Art Crawl: 6 to 9 pm; and by appointment 6

Fri–Sat: 11 am to 3 pm; First Saturday Art Crawl of every month: 6 to 9 pm

224 5th Ave. N., Unit #63, Nashville, TN, 37246 615-668-7598, thomas@andyanhha.com ktmitt@gmail.com www.andyanhha.com First Saturday Art Crawl: 6 to 9 pm; Mon–Sun: by appointment only

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THE RYMER GALLERY 233 Fifth Avenue North | Nashville, TN 37219 615.752.6030 | Tuesday–Saturday 11am–5pm

www.therymergallery.com

HERB WILLIAMS CRAYONS AND MIXED MEDIA

THE RYMER GALLERY is one of Nashville’s largest contemporary art galleries in the heart of the downtown arts district, Fifth Avenue of the Arts. The Rymer’s goal is to present living artists whose works are museum collected and shown which engage collectors and enthusiasts as part of Nashville’s expanding art scene.

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Hatch Show Print’s Haley Gallery

Tennessee State Museum

Sun–Wed: 9 am to 6 pm; Thur–Sat: 9 am to 8 pm

Tue–Sat: 10 am to 5 pm; Sun: 1 to 5 pm

224 5th Ave. S., Nashville, TN 37203 615-577-7711, gallery@hatchshowprint.com www.hatchshowprint.com

Hatch Show Print’s Haley Gallery at 224 5th Ave. S. showcases historic restrikes of original posters from the Hatch collection, as well as Master Printer Jim Sherraden’s monoprints—contemporary interpretations and celebrations of the classic wood blocks of Hatch Show Print. Visit www.HatchShowPrint.com to learn more.

L Gallery

73 Arcade, Nashville, TN 37219 615-567-3702, lsaffellgallery@gmail.com www.carolsaffellart.com

First Saturday Art Crawl 6 to 9 pm, and by appointment

The Tennessee State Museum is one of the largest state museums in the nation with more than 60,000 sq. ft. of permanent exhibits and a 10,000-sq.ft. changing gallery for temporary exhibitions. The museum’s interpretive exhibits begin with prehistoric humans and continue through the early 1900s. For more information visit: tnmuseum.org.

Tia Blanton ALT/ART Gallery

231 5th Ave. N., Nashville, TN 37219 818-430-7779, blantontia7@gmail.com www.facebook.com/ArtAveALT By appointment only

Tinney Contemporary

237 5th Ave. N., Nashville, TN 37219 615-255-7816, sarah@tinneycontemporary.com www.tinneycontemporary.com

Nostos Gallery

Arcade, Nashville, TN 37219 samuel@nostosgallery.com www.nostosgallery.com

Tue–Sat: 11 am to 5 pm and by appointment

Open during First Saturday Art Crawl from 6 to 9 pm, and generally other Saturdays from 2:30 to 5:30 pm, or by appointment

“O” Gallery at the Arcade

227 4th Ave. N., Nashville, TN 37219 615-416-2537, ogallery@comcast.net www.ogalleryart.com

Open by appointment and during First Saturday Art Crawl

OPEN Gallery

57 Arcade, 244 5th Ave. N., Nashville, TN 37219 615-966-5813, csmcguirk@mail.lipscomb.edu First Saturday Art Crawl from 6 to 9 pm, and by appointment

The Rymer Gallery

233 5th Ave. N., Nashville, TN 37219 615-752-6030, info@therymergallery.com www.therymergallery.com

Tue–Sat: 11 am to 5 pm, or by appointment

Located on 5th Ave. of the Arts, The Rymer Gallery is in the heart of Nashville’s arts district. The objective of the gallery is to continue the legacy endowed by the Betty Rymer Gallery at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, by supporting the best of what the contemporary art world has to offer. Please visit website for upcoming exhibitions. 8

5th Ave. & Deaderick St., Nashville, TN 37243 615-741-2692, museuminfo@tnmuseum.org www.tnmuseum.org

Nashville’s destination for collectable contemporary art. Please visit website for upcoming exhibitions.

Ultra Violet Gallery featuring Amiee Stubbs Photography

59 Arcade, Nashville, TN 37219 615-521-2632, amiee@amieestubbs.com www.ultravioletgallery.com

WAG (Watkins Arcade Gallery)

77 Arcade, 244 5th Ave. N., Nashville, TN 37219 615-383-4848, wag@watkins.edu, cdavis@watkins.edu www.watkins.edu First Saturday Art Crawl from 6 to 9 pm and by appointment

EAST NASHVILLE Art & Invention Gallery

1106 Woodland St., Nashville, TN 37206 615-226-2070, meg@artandinvention.com www.artandinvention.com Fri–Sat: 11 am to 6 pm; Sun: 12 to 5 pm; weekdays and evenings by appointment

Tomato Art Fest always the Second Saturday of August

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EXHIBITIONS AT THE FRIST The Power of Pictures: Early Soviet Photography and Film March 11–July 4, 2016

Organized by the Jewish Museum, New York and made possible by the Eugene and Emily Grant Family Foundation, The David Berg Foundation, and other generous donors.

Bellissima! The Italian Automotive Renaissance, 1945–1975 May 27–October 9, 2016

Organized by the Frist Center for the Visual Arts

Women, Art, and Social Change: The Newcomb Pottery Experience July 29–November 6, 2016

Exhibition created by Newcomb Art Gallery, Tulane University. Organized for travel by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) and made possible in part through the generous support of Henry Luce Foundation and an award from the National Endowment for the Arts, Art Works

Samurai: The Way of the Warriors November 11, 2016–January 16, 2017

Organized by Contemporanea Progetti SRL with the Museo Stibbert, Florence, Italy

Ragnar Kjartansson: The Visitors November 18, 2016–February 12, 2017 Organized by the Frist Center for the Visual Arts

919 Broadway Downtown Nashville Nashville, TN 37203 fristcenter.org

Arkady Shaikhet. Assembling the Globe at Moscow Telegraph Central Station, 1928. Gelatin silver print. Collection of Alex Lachmann. Artwork © Estate of Arkady Shaikhet, courtesy of Nailya Alexander Gallery | 1954 Alfa Romeo BAT 7. The Blackhawk Collection. Image © 2016 Peter Harholdt | Composite armor with bust in two parts and laced in red silk, second quarter of the 16th century and first half of the 18th century. Steel, copper alloy, silver, gilded copper, ivory, Asian water buffalo horn, wood (Japanese foxglove), silk, lacquer, and silk brocade, 63 x 23 5/8 x 23 5/8 in. Collection of Museo Stibbert

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Ed Nash Art

1015 W. Kirkland Ave., Unit 414, Nashville, TN 37216 615-496-2402, ednashart@me.com

Fat Crow Press

Inside Art & Invention, 1107 Woodland St., Nashville, TN 37206 615-364-1567, fatcrowpress@yahoo.com www.fatcrowpress.com Wed-Sun: 11 am to 5 pm

Fat Crow Press features original hand pulled linoleum and wood cut prints by Julie Sola. On display you will find one of a kind home furnishings made with original prints and fabrics as well as children’s clothing, furniture and books, all made locally. The art on the wall is constantly changing and most days you will find Julie carving new pieces.

Gallery Luperca

604 Gallatin Pike, Ste. 212, Nashville, TN 37206 615-202-3396, info@galleryluperca.com www.galleryluperca.com Fri: 5 to 8 pm. Every 2nd Sat: 6 to 9 pm during East Side Art Stumble; anytime by appointment

Gallery Luperca is an East Nashville gallery spotlighting the local arts scene and engaging the community in creative expression through visual and performance arts. The gallery hosts monthly exhibitions featuring emerging artists from the Mid South and beyond, with a focus on accessibility and Louisa Glenn, Pinnacle, collaboration. Acrylic on canvas, 48”x 36” Founded in 2015 by artists KT Wolf and Sara Lederach, GL is also responsible for the establishment and execution of the East Side Art Stumble.

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Main Street Gallery

625 Main St., Nashville, TN 37206 615-457-1596, whitney@parosouth.com www.C615.co Tours by appointment

Modern East Gallery

1006 Fatherland Street #203, Nashville, TN 37206 615-587-3922, moderneastgallery@gmail.com www.moderneastgallery.com Fri-Sat: 12 to 6 pm; also open by appointment

The Red Arrow Gallery

919 Gallatin Ave, Nashville, TN 37206, Suite 4 615-236-6575, info@theredarrowgallery.com www.theredarrowgallery.com Fri and Sun: by appointment @ 740-207-1986; Sat: 11 am to 7 pm

The Red Arrow Gallery presents museum-caliber exhibitions by local and international artists working in all media. We are particularly devoted to developing and launching the careers of emerging and underrecognized artists at varying stages in their careers. We strive to create an environment that is both risktaking and welcoming for artists, collectors, and art appreciators alike.

Sawtooth Print Shop

604 Gallatin Ave. S., Ste. 215, Nashville, TN 37206 615-305-4997, info@sawtoothprintshop.com www.sawtoothprintshop.com Mon-Fri: 10 am to 4 pm; Second Saturdays East Side Art Stumble, 6 to 9 pm

GERMANTOWN Brownlee O. Currey, Jr. Gallery at Watkins College of Art, Design & Film

2298 Rosa L. Parks Blvd., Nashville, TN 37228 615-383-4848, bhaston@watkins.edu www.watkins.edu Mon–Fri: 10 am to 8 pm; Sat: 10 am to 4 pm; Sun: 2 to 4 pm

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GREATER DOWNTOWN AREA “O” Gallery at Marathon Village

1305 Clinton St., Ste. 120, Nashville, TN 37203 615-416-2537, ogallery@comcast.net www.ogalleryart.com Mon–Sat: 10 am to 6 pm; Sun: 11 am to 5 pm Please call gallery for exhibition information.

GREATER NASHVILLE AREA Arts at the Airport

One Terminal Drive, Ste. 501, Nashville, TN 37214 615-275-1614, arts@nashintl.com www.flynashville.com

Exhibit is open 24/7, 365 days a year.

Created in 1988, the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority’s Arts at the Airport program is an evergrowing, constantly changing showcase of cultural diversity and creative talent in Tennessee featuring both visual arts and live music performances. The visual arts component includes public art, a permanent collection, and rotating exhibits.

The Clay Lady’s Campus

1416 Lebanon Pike, Nashville, TN 37210 615-242-0346, www.theclaylady.com

Mon–Fri: 10 am to 4 pm; Sat 10 am to 2 pm; and by appointment

GREEN HILLS Bennett Galleries

2104 Crestmoor Rd., Nashville, TN 37215 615-297-3201, bennettgalleries@yahoo.com www.bennettgalleriesnashville.com Mon–Fri: 9:30 am to 5:30 pm; Sat: 9:30 am to 5 pm

Cumberland Gallery

4107 Hillsboro Cir., Nashville, TN 37215 615-297-0296, info@cumberlandgallery.com, carolart@aol.com www.cumberlandgallery.com Tue–Sat: 10 am to 5 pm

Lipscomb University, John C. Hutcheson Gallery

Lipscomb University, Hughes Center, One University Park Dr., Nashville, TN 37204 615-966-5813, mjthomas@lipscomb.edu www.lipscomb.edu/art/JCHGallery

The Marnie Sheridan Gallery at the Harpeth Hall School

3801 Hobbs Rd., Nashville, TN 37215 615-297-9543, mamenta@harpethhall.org, doris.wasserman@harpethhall.org www.harpethhall.org Mon–Fri: 8 am to 5 pm

Stop by The Clay Lady’s Studios, Artist Co-op & Galleries and visit up to 45 co-op artists at work in their studios. Then shop our four distinctive galleries to purchase their art—pottery, painting, photography, woodwork and more at an array of price points!

Picture This Creative Framing & Gallery

3883 Lebanon Pike, Hermitage, TN 37076 615-889-5640, www.picturethis-gallery.com Mon–Fri: 9 am to 6 pm; Sat: 9 am to 5 pm; closed Sun; evening hours by appointment

In addition to our award-winning framing services, Picture This also carries an impressive array of fine art and handcrafted artisan gifts for purchase. From oil paintings and watercolors to pottery and jewelry, we carry works from the most talented and avantgarde artists in the region. We are sure to have your perfect, unique gift to commemorate any occasion! 12

Painting by Priya Patel

The Marnie Sheridan Gallery at the Harpeth Hall School is a public gallery with professional artists exhibiting work throughout the school year. The gallery in Green Hills is accessible from the school’s Esteswood Rd. entrance.

Paul LeQuire & Company

3900 Hillsboro Pike, Ste. 34, Nashville, TN 37215, 615-739-6573, angelia@lequireandcompany.com www.paullequireandcompany.com

Mon–Sat: 10 am to 6 pm; Sun: 12 to 5 pm

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Richland Fine Art Inc.

4009 Hillsboro Pike, Ste. 203, Nashville, TN 37215, Located in Green Hills—Grace’s Plaza, 2nd level, 615-292-2781, richlandart@bellsouth.net www.richlandfineart.com Tue–Fri: 10 am to 5 pm; Sat: 10 am to 3 pm

Williams American Art & Antiques 4119 Hillsboro Rd., Nashville, TN 37215 615-297-2547, wmsamart@aol.com www.williamsamericanart.com Mon–Sat: 11 am to 6 pm

Local Color Gallery

1912 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203 615-321-3141, localcolorgallery@gmail.com www.localcolornashville.com Tue–Sat: 10 am to 5 pm

Please visit our website or call for complete exhibition information.

Midtown Gallery & Framers

615-322-9966, midtowngallery@aol.com www.midtowngallery.com

HILLSBORO VILLAGE Gallery 121 at Belmont University

Belmont University, Leu Center for the Visual Arts, 1900 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, TN 37212 615-460-5476, katie.boateman@belmont.edu www.belmont.edu/art Mon–Fri: 9 am to 6 pm; Sat and Sun: 1 to 6 pm

Tue–Sat: 10 am to 5 pm

Midtown Gallery showcases more than 50 regional, national, and international artists. With an emphasis on paintings, works also include sculpture, blown glass, and pottery. Established by Gary Tisdale in 1988 and in its current location since 1995, Midtown offers conservation-quality custom picture framing. All work is done on premises. Please call/refer to website for complete listing of exhibitions.

MONTGOMERY COUNTY The Customs House Museum & Cultural Center

Leu Art Gallery at Belmont University

1900 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, TN 37212 615-460-5476, katie.boateman@belmont.edu www.belmont.edu/art Mon–Sat: 9 am to 7 pm; Sun: 12 to 7 pm

Technology alone is not enough—it’s technology married with liberal arts, married with the humanities, that yields us the results that make our heart sing. —Steve Jobs

MIDTOWN

200 S. 2nd St., Clarksville, TN 37040 931-648-5780, info@customshousemuseum.org www.customshousemuseum.org

Tue–Sat: 10 am to 5 pm; Sun: 1 to 5 pm

The Framemaker

705 N. 2nd St., Ste. B, Clarksville, TN 37040 931-647-8290, theframemaker@comcast.net www.theframemakerclarksville.com Mon–Fri: 10 am to 5 pm, and by appointment

MUSIC ROW Haynes Galleries

1600 Division St., #140, Nashville, TN 37203 615-312-7000, garyhaynes@haynesgalleries.com www.haynesgalleries.com

Tue–Sat: 10 am to 4 pm; and by appointment Nashville Arts Magazine 2016 Gallery Guide

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NORTH NASHVILLE Woodcuts Gallery & Framing

1613 Jefferson St., Nashville, TN 37208 615-321-5357, woodcutsart@yahoo.com www.woodcutsfineartgallery.com

Mon–Fri: 10 am to 6 pm; Sat: 10 am to 3 pm

Located just minutes from downtown Nashville, Woodcuts Gallery & Framing is a cut above the rest in providing you with art and custom framing for your home or office. Our gallery provides you with a vast selection of artwork by local and national artists. When it comes to adding a unique touch to your decor, we beat our competition with affordable prices and a fast turnaround on all custom framing. Come in for your free, no-obligation consultation today!

ROBERTSON COUNTY Springfield Inn Gallery

2001 Memorial Blvd., Springfield, TN 37172 615-384-1234, jaypswafford@gmail.com www.facebook.com/springfieldinngallery Open 7 days a week

RUTHERFORD COUNTY Baldwin Photographic Gallery

John Bragg Mass Communication Building, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN 37130, 615-898-2085, www.baldwinphotogallery.com Open 8:30 am to 4:30 pm weekdays when university classes are in session, and by appointment.

If you have only two pennies, spend the first on bread and the other on hyacinths for your soul. —Arab Proverb 14

Studio S Pottery and Galleries

1426 Avon Rd., Murfreesboro, TN 37129 615-896-0789, lewis@studiospottery.com www.studiospottery.com Mon–Sat: 9 am to 5 pm

SOBRO (8TH AVE.) Chromatics Second Floor Gallery 625 Fogg St., Nashville, TN 37203 615-254-0063, consult@chromatics.com www.chromatics.com Mon–Thurs: 9 am to 5 pm

SUMNER COUNTY All About Art Gallery & Custom Framing

Located in the City Square Shopping Center, 260 West Main St., Ste. 209-B, Hendersonville, TN 37075, 615-826-9880, allaboutartgallery@comcast.net allaboutartgallery.com

Mon–Fri: 10 am to 6 pm; Sat: 10 am to 5 pm; or by appointment

All About Art provides beautiful wall décor for every budget & style, showcasing local and international artists. The Gallery’s many offerings include fine art, custom framing, customized mirrors, art and photo restoration, as well as wearable art such as fusion glass pendants, silver jewelry, and handcrafted accessories. All About Art recently celebrated its first year under new ownership and has also welcomed several new local artists! Stop by to see what’s NEW!

Hendersonville Arts Council at Historic Monthaven

1017 Antebellum Circle, Hendersonville, TN 37075, 615-822-0789, artscouncil@monthaven.org www.hendersonvillearts.org Tue–Fri: 9 am to 3 pm; Sat: 10 am to 2 pm

Known as the cultural resource for Sumner County, the Hendersonville Arts Council manages this fiveparlor gallery in a 3500-sq.-ft historic home. Six exhibits are held annually featuring various styles & works from international, regional, and local artists, guilds, and affiliates alike. Something for every pocketbook, admirer, and history buff.

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Nashville’s Nashville’s Unexpected Unexpected GALLERY GALLERY Public Art Public Art Revolving Art Exhibits Revolving Art Exhibits Permanent Art Collection Permanent Art Community Art Collection Exhibits Exhibits LiveCommunity Music in theArt Terminal Live Music in the Terminal

Nashville International Airport is a gateway to Music City. The terminal and surrounding facilities at Nashville International Nashville International Airport is a gateway to Music City. The Airport were designed to incorporate rotating art and terminal and surrounding facilities at Nashville exhibits International public art acquisitions. The award-winning Arts at the Airport’s Airport were designed to incorporate rotating art exhibits and goal is toart provide a greatThe firstaward-winning impression and positive impact public acquisitions. Arts at the Airport’s for the arts. The next time you visit the airport, look up, look goal is to provide a great first impression and positive impact around and discover Nashville’s unexpected gallery. for the arts. The next time you visit the airport, look up, look around and discover Nashville’s unexpected gallery. Like us! www.facebook.com/ArtsattheAirport Like us! www.facebook.com/ArtsattheAirport

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Woodland Gallery

Parthenon

Tue–Fri: 12 to 5 pm; Sat: 10 am to 1 pm

Current operating hours: Tue–Sat: 9 am to 4:30 pm; Sun: 12:30 to 4:30 pm; closed Mon; expanded summer hours June 1–Aug 30. Call 615-862-8431 for more information.

126 Powell Dr., Hendersonville, TN 37075 615-348-0060, wendy@woodlandgallery.net www.woodlandgallery.net Featuring stoneware pottery built by hand and on the potters wheel. Framed and unframed photographic prints of the Tennessee landscape and scenes from nature. Works turned in wood, paintings, and other locally made art. Pottery classes available for adults and for children. Digital Photography workshops for beginners and intermediates.

VANDERBILT/WEST END Metro Parks Centennial Art Center

301 25th Ave. N., Centennial Park, Nashville, TN 37203 615-862-8442, joshua.wagner@nashville.gov www.nashville.gov/CAC Free and open to the public, Mon-Thurs: 9 am to 5 pm

The Art Center is a visual arts learning center and gallery showcasing local and regional artists with bi-monthly art exhibits and offers 27 weekly classes in drawing, painting, pottery, printmaking, and sculpture. Additionally, the herb garden courtyard at the Art Center is a beautiful spot to enjoy a picnic lunch or reserve for a special occasion. The herb garden is sponsored by the Herb Society of Nashville and maintained year-round. For a full list of classes, gallery schedule, or information about renting the courtyard for your next event, please visit our website, www.nashville.gov/cac or call us at 615862-8442. Director: Joshua.Wagner@nashville.gov, Gallery Manager: Donelle.Foster@nashville.gov, Event Coordinator: Hannah.Rowell@nashville.gov

Love art in yourself, and not yourself in art. —Konstantin Stanislavski

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2500 West End Ave., Nashville, TN 37203 615-862-8431, info@parthenon.org www.nashville.gov/parks

Sarratt Gallery at Vanderbilt University

207 Sarratt Student Center, Nashville, TN 37203, 615-322-2471, david.f.heustess@vanderbilt.edu www.vanderbilt.edu/sarrattgallery

Mon–Fri: 9 am to 9 pm; Sat–Sun: 10 am to 10 pm. During summer months and holiday breaks, the gallery closes every day at 4:30 pm and is closed on weekends.

Space 204 at Vanderbilt University 1204 25th Ave. S., Ste. 240, Nashville, TN 37240 www.vanderbilt.edu/arts/ Mon-Fri: 10 am to 4 pm

Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery

Cohen Memorial Hall, 1220 21st Ave. S., Nashville, TN 37203 615-322-0605 or 615-343-1702, www.vanderbilt.edu/gallery

Academic Year (Sept–Apr): Mon–Fri: 11 am to 4 pm; Sat–Sun: 1 to 5 pm. Summer (June-Aug): Tue–Fri: 12 to 4 pm; Sat: 1 to 5 pm; Closed Sun and Mon

WEDGEWOOD/HOUSTON 444 Humphreys Pop Up and Galleries

444 Humphreys St., Nashville, TN 37203 615-268-2117, cleftproductions@gmail.com www.facebook.com/444Humphreys Every first Sat: 6 to 10 pm; street views daily noon through evening, interior access most weekend afternoons

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YORK & Friends fine art Nashville • Memphis

Nashville’s Favorite Award-Winning Gallery for Local & Regional Fine Art & Crafts

Jennifer Padgett, Café Reflections , 24 x 30, oil on canvas

107 Harding Place • Tues-Sat 10-5 615.352.3316 • yorkandfriends@att.net www.yorkandfriends.com Follow us on

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ART TERMS

by Sara Lee Burd

Going to the galleries offers a range of opportunities to encounter a variety of art. Knowing these terms will help give words to your experience. SITE-SPECIFIC INSTALLATION

An artwork that encompasses a physical space such as a room or gallery for viewers to enter and experience as a complete work of art.

URBAN CONTEMPORARY

NEO SURREALISM

This representational style of art started in the 1970s and 80s as a revival of the Surrealist movement begun in 1920s Paris by artists such as Man Ray and Salvador Dali. Much like their predecessors, contemporary artists working in this mode present absurd juxtapositions and styles that evoke dreamlike, fluid reality.

PERFORMANCE ART

A style of art inspired by urban lifestyle and culture. Many artists draw from graffiti and street art imagery and often present political and social issues. While it is relatively new to the fine art market, it is now highly exhibited and collected. 18

An event or action that is offered to an audience as art usually performed live by an artist. This type of art rejects the idea that art must exist as a physical object and places the significance of art on the concept, execution, and potential outcomes from the experience. The performance may be scripted or free form and can take place in any location.

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ART TERMS

FIBER ART

VIDEO ART

Usually in the form of sculpture, wall hangings, and installations, this work highlights the artist’s use of materials such as textiles, yarn, felt, and natural and synthetic fibers. The name of this global art form came from curators in Europe after WWII and became a vehicle for discussing larger issues surrounding gender, feminism, and domesticity beginning in the 1960s. Today, the medium is diverse and encompasses a wide range of topics.

A type of art made using digital and analog recordings with or without sound. Artists display video art in a variety of ways including projections, television screens, sculptural installations, etc. The medium incorporates a variety of formats and styles such as highly edited narrative sequences to abstractions that explore the medium’s formal and technological capabilities.

WOODTURNING

MONOTYPE

A technique used in woodworking in which artists move wood along a lathe, a stationary electrical tool, to shape and create designs on ornamental objects and to make sculpture.

A printmaking method in which an artist presses pigment that was applied to a solid material such as wood, glass, or metal onto a piece of paper. The resulting impressions are sometimes reworked after the first press to create variations on a theme or unique works of art.

REPOUSSÉ A metalworking technique that involves hammering or applying other means of force to the back of a sheet of metal to create low relief forms onto the other side. The term comes from the French meaning “pushed up” because the image literally rises from the metal surface. This method dates back thousands of years and remains a sophisticated means of expression by contemporary artists. Nashville Arts Magazine 2016 Gallery Guide

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ART TERMS SIMULTANEOUS CONTRAST

The perceptual phenomenon that makes complementary colors (such as red/green, yellow/purple, blue/orange) appear brighter when placed side by side. This color theory has been used by artists for centuries but became the subject of art by Modernists such as the Color Field artists of the 1950s. Contemporary artists incorporate these combinations into a number of art forms from performance to portraiture.

ASSEMBLAGE A type of artwork that contains threedimensional objects, images, paints, and resins all combined into a single composition. The significance of these works often depends on considering the relationship of the items included. The medium dates back to the early twentieth century and continues to address issues of poverty, consumerism, and feminism in contemporary culture.

REPRESENTATIONAL ART

FOLK ART Also referred to as outsider/ Southern folk art, it originated in the Southeastern United States. Its relatively recent acceptance by art institutions has brought attention to the variety of artists, styles, and subjects that fall under this overarching term. Described most simply as art made in a primitive manner at times employing non-traditional art materials, these works have been lauded for their authentic artistic expression. Related contemporary movements include Neo-primitivism and Urban Folk art. 20

A style of art that depicts objects and people in a recognizable manner. The term is only used for a work that has reference to an item from the real world and flexibly includes a number of art forms including photography, sculpture, painting, digital art, among others. Easily remembered as the opposite of abstract art.

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Abrasive Media

438 Houston St., Ste. 257, Nashville, TN 37203 615-331-3131, info@abrasivemedia.org www.abrasivemedia.org

CG2 Gallery

1201 4th Ave. S., Ste. 104, Nashville, TN 37210 615-293-4637, info@cg2gallery.com www.cg2gallery.com Wed–Fri: 11 am to 4 pm; Every First Saturday: 6 to 9 pm, or by appointment

Channel to Channel

427 Chestnut St., Ste. 302 B, Nashville, TN 37211 662-574-9433, www.channeltochannel.com

Tue: 2 to 5 pm; Wed–Thurs: 2 to 5 pm and 6 to 8 pm Drink-n-Draw; Sun: 4 to 7 pm Drink-n-Draw

Politicians don’t bring people together. Artists do. —Richard Daley, Former Chicago Mayor

David Lusk Gallery

516 Hagan St., Nashville, TN 37203 615-780-9990, dane@davidluskgallery.com www.davidluskgallery.com Tue–Sat: 11 am to 5 pm

Fort Houston

500 Houston St., Nashville, TN 37203 615-730-8865, info@forthouston.com www.forthouston.com

Mon–Thurs: 10 am to 8 pm; Fri 10 am to 5 pm, Sat–Sun: Members only

Ground Floor Gallery + Studios 942 4th Ave. S., Nashville, TN 37210 615-478-1467, jdyanez4@gmail.com www.groundflrgallery.wordpress.com Call for appointment

Ground Floor Gallery is a one-of-a-kind artist community. We participate in the First Saturdays art crawls and are conveniently located between the downtown art galleries and the Wedgwood/ Houston art scene. Artists, patrons and casual observers are encouraged to explore the gallery and visit with studio artists. The Meet of the Matter, solo exhibition by Jake Weigel, May.

Lynne Looney AcryLic PAinter

wor kshoPs hArPeth Art center & GALLery Mud PuddLe Pottery studio www.MudPuddLePottery.coM

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Above artists, left to right: Roland DelColape, Lauren Kussro, Francois Deschamps, Ana Serrano, Virginia Derryberry, Richard Painter, Simon Levy, Clive King, Teenie Harris

LOCATED ON THE MAIN FLOOR OF SARRATT STUDENT CENTER AT 2301 VANDERBILT PLACE, NASHVILLE TN 37235 Visit us 7 days a week from 9 a.m–9 p.m. during the academic year Summer and holiday schedule hours are Monday–Friday 9 a.m.–4 p.m.

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Julia Martin Gallery

444 Humphreys St., Ste. A, Nashville, TN 37203 615-336-7773, juliamartingallery@gmail.com www.juliamartingallery.com Fri: 12 to 4 pm; Sat: 12 to 6 pm

Visit our website for upcoming events.

The Packing Plant

507 Hagan St., Nashville, TN 37203 205-447-7490, thepackingplant@gmail.com www.thepackingplant.net

Seed Space

1209 4th Ave. S., Nashville, TN 37203 615-310-6533, curator@seedspace.org www.seedspace.org

Mon & Wed: 10 am to 2 pm or by appointment Visit our website for info on future exhibitions.

SNAP

1224 Martin St., Nashville, TN 37203 snaptn@gmail.com www.wedgewoodhouston.org

threesquared

427 Chestnut St., Nashville, TN 37203 615-945-2382, threesquaredgallery@gmail.com www.threesquaredgallery.com Open only during events and openings or by appointment

Track One Building

1211 4th Ave. S., Nashville, TN 37210 trackonenashville@gmail.com www.trackonenashville.com

Zeitgeist

516 Hagan St., #100, Nashville, TN 37203 615-256-4805, lain@zeitgeist-art.com, anna@zeitgeist-art.com www.zeitgeist-art.com Tue–Sat: 11 am to 5 pm

Visit website for complete exhibition information.

WEST NASHVILLE The Aaron Douglas Gallery, Fisk University

John Hope & Aurelia E. Franklin Library, 3rd Floor, 615-329-8720, galleries@fisk.edu www.fisk.edu/CampusLife/FiskUniversityGalleries

Summer: Mon–Fri: 10 am to 5 pm; Academic Year: Tue–Sat: 10 am to 5 pm

The Carl Van Vechten Art Gallery, Fisk University 1000 17th Ave. N., Nashville, TN 37208 615-329-8720, galleries@fisk.edu www.fisk.edu/services-resources/ fisk-university-galleries

Summer: Mon–Fri: 10 am to 5 pm; Academic Year: Tue–Sat: 10 am to 5 pm

Hiram Van Gordon Memorial Gallery 3500 John Merritt Blvd., Box 9562, Nashville, TN 37209 615-963-1599, gallery@tnstate.edu www.tnstate.edu/art/ Mon-Fri: 10 am to 4 pm

LeQuire Gallery & Studio

4304 Charlotte Ave., Nashville, TN 37209 615-298-4611, info@lequiregallery.com www.lequiregallery.com Tue–Sat: 10 am to 3 pm

Contemporary paintings and sculptures from many atelier inspired artists including Juliette Aristides, founder of the Gage Academy in Seattle, WA, and New York Academy’s Maggie Rose. The figurative bronze and terra cotta sculpture of Alan LeQuire is always on view as are works in progress Lovers, Alan LeQuire, from LeQuire Studio. 13” x 3” x 2”, Bronze

This is what I want in heaven … for words to be notes and conversations to be symphonies. —Tina Turner 24

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Springfield Inn Gallery

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2001 Memorial Blvd • Springfield, TN

(615) 384-1234 Gallery Director Jay Swafford www.facebook.com/springfieldinngallery Open 7 days a week • Free Admission

Visit www.nashvillearts.com or call 615.383.0278

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Photograph by Sally Bebawy

Photograph by Madge Franklin

Clayton Weber, Donna Glassford, Ellen Pryor and Doug Regen at The Arts Company

Rebecca Nelson, Jon Buko at Gallery Luperca

Crowd including an early visit from Santa at Gallery 202

At Tinney Contemporary

Amy Barnes, Michael Dolenth at WAG

Photograph by Madge Franklin

Photograph by Michael Nott

ARTSEE ARTSEE ARTSEE

Hal Cato, Wendi Powell and Suzy Newman at The Arts Company

At The Rymer Gallery

Photograph by Michael Nott

Dana Olsen Pettit, Heather LeRoy at Fort Houston

Christie Nuell at David Lusk Gallery

Emely Moore, Neil Feris at Zeitgeist

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At Ground Floor Gallery

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Alesandra Bellos, Joan Branca at Blend Studio


Marie York, Leah Boorse at Tia Blanton ALT / ART Gallery

At 444 Humphreys Pop Up and Galleries

Stephen Watkins at Corvidae Collective

At 40AU

ARTSEE ARTSEE ARTSEE

Daniel Holland’s exhibition at the newly renovated Red Arrow Gallery

At COOP Gallery

Karen Lewis, Kate McGuiness and Robin Zeigler at Cumberland Gallery

At Julia Martin Gallery

Alarick Pruitt, Michelle Pruitt, Bev Martin, Keegan Shea at Julia Martin Gallery Photograph by Mandy Thomas

Paul Polycarpou and John Baeder during artist talk at Haynes Galleries

Dan Hoy and Maggie Welles at CG2

Dr. Susan H. Edwards, Carlos Fitz-James Stuart, the 19th Duke of Alba and Jack F. Stringham II at Frist Center for the Visual Arts

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Lizzy Meadow, Brady Diaz-Barriga, Elizabeth Bodalski at CG2

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WILLIAMSON COUNTY Ansbach Artisans

1974 Wilson Pike, Franklin, TN 37067 615-974-6300, www.AnsbachArtisans.com Wed–Sat: 11 am to 6 pm

The Copper Fox

4136 Old Hillsboro Rd., Franklin, TN 37064 615-861-6769, contact@thecopperfoxgallery.com www.thecopperfoxgallery.com Tue–Sat: 10 am to 5 pm; Sun: 1 to 5 pm

The Copper Fox captivates the senses, compelling you to breathe and see, to touch and feel, to sit and experience the work of America’s finest artisans. From ceramics, textiles, wood, glass, and metal, to basket weaving, furniture, and other unique handmade originals, The Copper Fox showcases the craftsmanship of a bygone era, as interpreted by today’s best talent.

Damico Frame & Art Gallery

112 E. Fowlkes St., Franklin, TN 37064 615-815-6015, email@damicogallery.com www.damicogallery.com

Tue–Fri: 10 am to 6 pm; Sat: 11 am to 3 pm

David Arms Gallery

4136 Old Hillsboro Rd., Franklin, TN 37064 615-628-8561, thebarn@davidarms.com www.davidarms.com Tue–Sat: 10 am to 5 pm; Sun: 1 to 5 pm

In 2011, David Arms celebrated a 20-year career when he opened his gallery in Leiper’s Fork. In this historic and pastoral setting, guests are able to experience his distinctive work in a very Southern style—warm, friendly, and inviting.

Embrace Studio

Upstairs at The Copper Fox Gallery in historic Leiper’s Fork 4136 Old Hillsboro Rd., Franklin, TN 37064 kay@kaykeyesfarrar.com www.kaykeyesfarrar.com By appointment only

Gallery 202

202 2nd Ave. S., Franklin, TN 37064 615-472-1134, gallery202@comcast.net www.gallery202art.com

Tue–Sat: 10 am to 5 pm In Jan. and Feb., closed Sun, Mon, and Tue

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Leiper’s Creek Gallery in Historic Leiper’s Fork

4144 Old Hillsboro Rd., Franklin, TN 37064 615-599-5102, lisa@leiperscreekgallery www.leiperscreekgallery.com Tue–Sat: 10 am to 5 pm; Sun: 1 to 5 pm

Leiper’s Creek Gallery is located in the village of Leiper’s Fork, between Nashville and Franklin, TN. Take a scenic drive into the country and experience fine art in a warm and welcoming environment. We carry nationally and internationally established artists with brilliant skills in painting and sculpting. Their styles range from representational and impressionistic to contemporary and abstract.

Nellie Jo A Fine Art Attic

615-519-0258, nelliejo@nelliejo.com www.nelliejo.com Afternoon appointments

Rare Prints Gallery

420 Main St., Franklin, TN 37064 615-472-1980, rareprintsgallery@comcast.net www.rareprintsgallery.com Mon–Sat: 10 am to 5 pm; Sundays seasonally

Shannon Haas

117 3rd Ave. N., Franklin, TN 37064 615-945-3542, shansart.haas@comcast.net www.shannonhaas.com Mon–Sat: 10 am to 5 pm

Shannon Haas Fine Art on Facebook. Commission work available.

Stonebridge Gallery

230 Franklin Rd., Ste. 11B, Franklin, TN 37064 615-790-9020, jacksonde@bellsouth.net www.stonebridgefineart.com Mon–Sat: 10 am to 5 pm

Tribal Arts, Inc.

427 Main St., Franklin, TN 37064 615-790-3095 williamdarrellmoseley@yahoo.com www.tribalartsinc.com By appointment

Turn and face the strange. —David Bowie

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John Henry, River High, 2008

Cumberland Gallery

Established in 1980, Carol Stein’s Cumberland Gallery exhibits well-established and promising, emerging artists. Tennessee and the Southeast constitute the primary focus, but national-level artists are well represented in a variety of media including painting, works on paper, photography and sculpture. 4107 Hillsboro Circle, Nashville 37215 • 615 297 0296 www.cumberlandgallery.com • 10am - 5pm, Tuesday - Saturday Nashville Arts Magazine 2016 Gallery Guide

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PRIVATE GALLERIES/ OTHER 40AU Gallery

615-266-4028, megan@fortyau.com www.fortyau.com

First Saturday Art Crawl: 6 to 9 pm and by appointment

Jim Fowler & Sons Period Gallery

lisamergen@msn.com, www.lisamergen.com By appointment only

Looking West Art Gallery

615-847-8333, lookingwest@bellsouth.net www.lookingwestartgallery.com By appointment

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Looking West Art Gallery specializes in fine art of historic and contemporary masters of the American West. The paintings and sculpture include “Taos Founders,” “Los Cincos Pintoes” of Santa Fe, and a wide range of CA–Cowboy Artists of America. Also available: choice Native American and Western artifacts. G ABE S TARACE Ranch Foreman

615-353-0065, jsfjr01@yahoo.com www.fowlerperiod.com By appointment

Lisa Mergen Wearable Art

Whether you succeed or not is irrelevant, there is no such thing. Making your unknown known is the important thing. —Georgia O’Keeffe

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Tennessee State Museum A Free Attraction Downtown Nashville www.tnmuseum.org 615.741.2692

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