Visual Arts

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Gallery One | The Water is Wide

For Shelley Liles McBurney, owner of Gallery One, her space is her canvas. She populates the walls and floors with works of art that reflect her eclectic tastes. “Hanging a new show is deeply creative for me. I get lost in it, absorbed by some of the same challenges an artist faces: balancing shape, color, and texture; dealing with surface and light.”
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Abstract Aerials

The photographers of Aerial Innovations of Tennessee, Inc., enjoy the opportunity to see the world from a very different perspective—between 500 and 1000 feet above the earth. Owners Wendy Whittemore and Rach...
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A Day on the Trail

My traveling partner, photographer Anthony Scarlati, and I like to take the path less beaten. We are always looking for new possibilities outside of our urban sprawl. So for us this 84-mile drive down the O...

Larry Weiss | Cuts and Scratches

It’s hard to imagine that one little lyric buried at the end of a second verse was the bridge that led Glen Campbell to Larry Weiss. But one passing line in a then-unknown tune called Rhinestone Cowboy caught...
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Susan Edwards | Twilight Visions

In a little over eight years, the Frist Center for the Visual Arts in downtown Nashville has become a jewel in the cultural crown of the Mid South. The old Art Deco post office on Broadw...

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