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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...
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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.”

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 Campbell’s ear and suddenly afforded a “world of ...
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Emily Leonard | A Walk in the Woods

Emily Leonard’s paintings rest somewhere between the categories of representational and abstract art. A landscape artist by subject, an expressive painter by technique, and rich colorist by tradition, Leonard creates work that is born from an assemblag...
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My Favorite Painting

David Burliuk’s My Wife at the Beach Our Burliuk is small, but it fills all the space of the entry hall. He painted this while on a visit to the American eastern shoreline with his beloved wife, probably in the early 1940s. It was a time of fear and repre...
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Michael Shane Neal | The Master’s Touch

Visitors to Michael Shane Neal’s Nashville studio pass through a pristine wooden gate and enter directly into a more delicate world. Drooping heads of pink roses shiver off raindrops as the fence door closes. A stone path leads through perfe...
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Charles Keiger | In The Realm of Possibility

Charles Keiger paints colorful, folksy narratives with elements of the surreal. Keiger’s lighthearted scenes exist in a world somewhere outside this universe—perhaps in a dream, literal but more stylized. “I like to live and paint inside my head. My vision tow...
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Robbie Calvo | Old World Artisan

There is simply no mistaking the work of Robbie Calvo. If you’ve been to the grand villas and castles of Europe, you will recognize the sensibility and ambience of his style immediately. Chandeliers, rich, opulent draperies, stenciled patterns on walls and...

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