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R&R Opens TONIGHT

RODS & RIBBONS Solo exhibition featuring the work of Gil Given Opens TONIGHT October 7th 6-9pm with artist reception Ground Floor Gallery is pleased to present RODS & RIBBONS, a solo exhibition awarded to Nashville Artist, Gil Given, after being selected … Continue reading

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Rods and Ribbons coming soon…

Rods and Ribbons Solo exhibition featuring the work of Gil Given Opens October 7th 6-9pm with artist reception Ground Floor Gallery is pleased to present Rods and Ribbons, a solo exhibition awarded to Nashville Artist Gil Given after being selected … Continue reading

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BARED opens Tonight

“Lee’s Lace,” egg tempera on panel, 24″x18″, 2016 by Susan Jamison “Who am I?” Bronze and etched mirror, 11x6x6, 2014 by Belgin Yucelen Come see these lovely ladies, and many more TONIGHT between 6-9pm. BARED based on the anthology, Les Femmes … Continue reading

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No. Inc. presents Art of the South 2017

    We are pleased to be hosting our region’s annual Art of the South, presented by NUMBER: Inc., a quarterly visual arts journal hailing from Memphis with coverage throughout AL, AR, FL, GA, KY, LA, MD, MO, MS, NC, OK, TN, … Continue reading

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“Dad in the 90’s” in Review

Katherine Wagner’s Dad in the 90’s (a painting in our Otherworldliness show), is a synthesis of past and present.  A piece of found material supplies a foundational structure, an armature for a meditation on past experiences.  Inspired by textile and its ability … Continue reading

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Close/Open/Review

Join us this Thursday night 5-8pm for a casual Closing Show/Open Studios where you can visit with art, artists and works in progress. Light snacks and yummy beverages provided. In the meantime please see below for the review of Hot … Continue reading

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Review of Andrew O’Brien’s Photograph by Robert Fields

Now, nearly a week after seeing Andrew O’Brien’s untitled photograph… it remains a still & quiet reflection.  What I first saw was a random array of vertical bands: thick, thin, solid to nearly transparent…a landscape sliced… which I had to linger over, … Continue reading

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