Painting

Elizabeth Brandon | The Alchemist

Arriving at Elizabeth Brandon’s studio you might think that you took a wrong turn in the road and ended up in the middle of nowhere in front of an old country church. Inside the illusion continues as the northern light streams in through giant windows illu...

My Favorite Painting

Elizabeth Brandon’s Heirloom Peonies and Yellow Rose by Carolyn Kendall, owner of Alcott Interiors In my 20 years working as an interior designer, I’ve often been in search of special artwork for my clients. Recently I have been able to place a very s...

Brother Mel | A Life in Color

We were all saddened to hear of the passing of artist Brother Mel. Our Editor Paul Polycarpou was fortunate to have been with him on several occasions and was always struck by his tenderness, his compassion, and, of course, by his enormous talent. Here was...

Quang Ho | Attracted to Mystery

Internationally collected master artist Quang Ho made his first sojourn to Nashville in early November. Teaching a week-long workshop to local artists and lecturing at Montgomery Bell Academy, the confident yet unassuming Ho sought to impart his philosop...

My Favorite Painting

Tony Breuer’s This Is My Body Broken For You by Nan Parrish, Volunteer and Community Activist This is the first piece I bought that started my collection of Southern living artists. I fell in love with Tony’s work from a postcard sent to me by the Green...

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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