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Open this Saturday!

We want to give a big thank you to everyone that came out for the opening of Rods and Ribbons as well as the amazing press we received for the event! If you missed it, or would like a chance … Continue reading

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A New Interview Series

The first in our series of interviews with Ground Floor’s studio mates, Erin Murphy is an artist deeply invested in exploring materials and diverse methods. Despite the emphasis on medium, you can easily describe her work as poetic. She is … Continue reading

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A Studio Visit with Gil Given

Gil Given is an artist living and working in Nashville. As a painter who recently gained some artistic momentum since retiring and committing to the studio full time, he submitted to Ground Floor’s 5th Annual Juried Show, Otherworldliness . His … Continue reading

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Open Hours

Thanks to everyone who came out for our 5th Annual Juried Exhibition and gallery talk with Austin Thomas, and congratulations to Gil Given, who received “Best of Show!” If you missed it, stop by to check out Otherworldliness during our … Continue reading

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An Online Gallery!

Check out our new page featuring all work that was submitted for our 5th Annual Juried Exhibition. This show opens April 1st during Arts & Music @ Wedgwood/Houston Art Crawl. See you soon!

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Sayonara 2016: A Year in Review

In 2016, Ground Floor Gallery + Studios was host to 18 different artists. The Gallery witnessed a particularly political group of shows, but didn’t we all? Looking back at our year at Ground Floor, the turmoil of 2016 can be … Continue reading

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Thrown From the Storm, November 5th 7-10pm

Jason Stout will be showing a new body of work at Ground Floor Gallery November 5th, 7-10pm. This is a series that Jason began around a year ago after searching for ideas through some traditional still life painting. He was … Continue reading

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