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Click here to apply Calling all artists, please submit your work to Ground Floor Gallery + Studios’ 6th Annual Juried Art Exhibition–Rhythm and Rush. We will be honored to have those submissions juried by Catherine Haggarty. As always, selected works will be … Continue reading
Our new group show organized by Naomi Bartlett will be open during the WeHo Art Crawl this Saturday from 6-9pm! Come check out the diverse work from all our studio artists!
Georganna Greene has a solo show, Adagio, coming up February 10th-March 5th at Red Arrow Gallery! The opening reception will be February 10th from 6-9pm. Below is a recent interview with Georganna: Georganna Greene is a painter that works to bridge abstraction with … Continue reading
As we look forward to a new year, here is what 2017 had to offer at Ground Floor: Our 5th Annual Juried Show, dubbed Otherworldliness by curator Austin Thomas, hosted 12 artists, working with photography, printmaking, painting, and … Continue reading
Please join us tomorrow (12/23) at the book release party for Extended Play Press’ newest book, We Love You We Know You Always Watch We Will Try to Do Better Next Year. The book features illustrations and art by 17 artists; many … Continue reading
Ground Floor Gallery is proud to host “Rods and Ribbons,” a solo show by Gil Given; a long-time Nashville artist and resident. You may have seen Given’s work earlier this year at Ground Floor Gallery’s show “Otherworldly” which was curated … Continue reading