Carol Saffell – Franklin Visitor Center

Carol Saffell – Franklin Visitor Center

The Franklin Art Scene
Friday, July 3, from 6 until 9 p.m.
Gallery 202 is hosting artist and sculptor Emily Allison.  Franklin Visitor Center is featuring paintings by abstract artist Carol Saffell. Jack Yacoubian Fine Jewelry and Art Gallery is exhibiting work by artist Sketch Bourque. Early’s Honey Stand is presenting a collection of functional ceramic wares created by Summer Triangle Pottery. Historic Franklin Presbyterian Church is showing impressionistic paintings by Susan Elizabeth Jones. A new stop on the Art Scene, Golden Yeti Art Collective is featuring the work of artists Brad Hill, Caitlyn Campbell, and Jeff Barnard. Jamba Juice is showcasing handcrafted jewelry and accessories by Linda Pellegrino of Baya Designs. The Registry is exhibiting paintings by Morgan Fyfe.

First Saturday Art Crawl Downtown
Friday, July 3, from 6 until 9 p.m.
Due to the downtown Independence Day celebration on Saturday, the Art Crawl Downtown will take place on Friday, July 3.

The Arts Company is unveiling the exhibition Americana Summer. The Rymer Gallery is opening Bloom, new drawings in charcoal and mixed media by Hannah Maxwell Rowell. Tinney Contemporary is featuring Romancing Banality: A Mash-up of Anti-Artistry, Folk, and Contemporary Themes, New Work by Lyle Carbajal. Downtown Presbyterian Church is hosting a group show by their artists in residence in the Browsing Room Gallery (see page 95).

Briena Harmening – Blend Gallery

Briena Harmening – Blend Gallery

In the historic Arcade, WAG is showing paintings by Watkins Fine Arts major Casey Payne. Hannah Lane Gallery is presenting new work by Hannah Lane (see page 59). Studio 66 is exhibiting Dolls of Industry, Vol. 1.5: South Facing Windows, mixed media, portraits, photography collage, and digital works by artists Audie Adams, Bart Mangrum, Barbie Qualls, Christopher Robin, Michael Lax, and Pearl Nichols. Corvidae Collective Gallery is launching the exhibition Freefall, in which artists Joshua Roman, Jen Lightfoot, Bella Harris, Brian Somerville, Ella Beyer, Dolly Georgieva-Gode, Kristen Frenzel, and John Yandall, explore the state of chaos and change. Blend Gallery is hosting an opening reception for I Bet You Think This Show Is About You, crochet and text paintings by Briena Harmening.

Jim Sherraden – Hatch Show Print

Jim Sherraden – Hatch Show Print

Hatch Show Print’s Haley Gallery is presenting a retrospective look at the work of Master Printer Jim Sherraden in a new installation featuring personal woodcuts dating to the beginning of his 30-year career.

Tim Hooper – Julia Martin Gallery

Tim Hooper – Julia Martin Gallery

Arts & Music @Wedgewood/Houston
Saturday, July 11, from 6 until 9 p.m.
In observance of the July 4th holiday, Arts & Music @ Wedgewood/Houston will take place on Saturday, July 11. Fort Houston is presenting Thru Felted Dark, paintings by Meagen Crawford and Lillian Olney. Julia Martin Gallery is featuring The Nashville 9 including work by Tim Hooper, Delia Seigenthaler, Buddy Jackson, Sheila Bartlett, Lesley Patterson-Marx, Harry Underwood, Emily Holt, Seth Conley, and Julia Martin. CG2 Gallery is unveiling Recent Works by C.J. Pyle and No Fights Won by Jen Uman, a diverse exhibition that brings together the works of two self-taught artists. Sherrick & Paul exhibits Vivian Maier, a specially curated selection of the photographer’s black-and-white images taken between 1950 and 1971 (see page 22). Ground Floor Gallery is showing Taking Things Apart, a solo exhibition by David Willburn. David Lusk Gallery is opening Land Rush, a group exhibition featuring paintings, sculpture, and photographs by 21 nationally and internationally renowned artists (see page 70). Channel to Channel is showcasing work by Alexander Wurts.

David Willburn – Ground Floor Gallery

David Willburn – Ground Floor Gallery

East Side Art Stumble
Saturday, July 11, from 6 until 9 p.m.
Red Arrow Gallery, KT Wolf Gallery, Sawtooth Printshop, Plan Left, DADU, Main Street, and The Idea Hatchery are participating in this month’s East Side Art Stumble.

Second Sundays at The Building
Sunday, July 12, from 3 until 6 p.m.
UnBound Arts presents Art, Jazz & Blues at The Building featuring music by Jonell Mosser and art by Jim Osborn.

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