Serengeti. Gallery 202 will feature self-taught painter Daniel Smith, who takes a childlike approach to creation. Bob Parks Realty will showcase artwork by students from Battle Ground Academy including Annie Kennedy, Rachel Fowke, Madeline Jewell, Lily Kruse, and Audrey Collins. Boutique MMM will host Shannon Haas, a third-generation artist whose art reflects her love for simplistic, natural subjects. The Elsie McClurg – The Savory Savory Spice Shop will exhibit Spice Shop architectural and landscape paintings by Elsie McClurg. Stites & Harbison law firm’s featured artist is Joseph “Dzuback” Bibb. O’More College of Design will launch an exhibit by Nashvillebased painter J. Todd Greene.
J. Todd Greene – O'More College of Design
On Thursday, March 20, at 7 p.m., UnBound Arts will host Third Thursdays at The Building with work by artists Arthur Kirkby and Shaun Shiveley and music by Nashville Jazz Workshop graduates Donna Venardi and the Ladies of Jazz.
Women’s Work II Opening at Bennett Galleries April 4
Eileen Corse, Steppin Out, 2014, Oil on canvas, 40” x 30”
Women’s Work II opens with a reception on April 4 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Bennett Galleries, 2104 Crestmoor Road. To learn more about Global Fund for Women, go to www.globalfundforwomen.org. For more information on the exhibit, visit www.bennettgalleriesnashville.com.
nce again Bennett Galleries will celebrate female artists and the women’s perspective in art by devoting the entire gallery to a women-only exhibition. A reprise of one of their best and most popular shows ever, Women’s Work II showcases new work from Lisa Moore, Eileen Corse, Helli Luck, Kris Prunitsch, Harriet Goode, Ruth Franklin, Karen Laborde, Melanie Morris, Jeanie Tomanek, Pat Snyder, Charlotte Terrell, and Melody Trivisone. Women’s Work II is aimed at bringing women together to encourage and inspire, and a portion of sales from the show will be donated to Global Fund for Women.
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nconventional – Nashville’s Music City Center is a stunning 152-page coffee table book documenting the extraordinary artwork found throughout Nashville’s new convention center. This amazing collection of public art and how it complements the iconic architecture of the Music City Center is documented through striking photography and informative essays which show just how special both the facility and the art collection are. The 12” x 12” art book is available in either a hardcover Case-bound with book jacket version for $65 or as a soft-cover Perfect-bound with gatefold covers for $49.95. Both are Smythe-Sewn and printed on Athens Silk paper. For more information or to order Unconventional– Nashville’s Music City Center, please visit www.nashvillemusiccitycenter.com.
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