On Friday, October 4, enjoy the Franklin Art Scene from 6 to 9 p.m. Gallery 202 will showcase jewelry by Anne Rob and paintings by Susan Truex. Damico Frame & Art Gallery will present Thrills and Chills. Boutique MMM will host painter Teresa Townsend Hargis. Bob Parks Realty will exhibit work by Dorsey McHugh. T. Nesbitt & Co. will feature work by Laine Barley. Foyers and Beyond will show mixed-media work by Cynthia Birdsong. O’More College will launch Outsider Art: The Spiritual and Mysterious Folk Art of the Self Taught.
On Saturday, October 5, head downtown for the First Saturday Art Crawl from 6 to 9 p.m. The Arts Company will open Three Artists/Three Exhibits, photography by Chip Cooper (see article on page 90), and painting by Joan Griswold and Brett Weaver. Tinney Contemporary will unveil With Wings, new work by Jeanie Gooden. The Rymer Gallery will present Synthetic Harmonies, new paintings by Whitney Wood Bailey. Tennessee Art League will open five new exhibitions. Gallery One will highlight new and long-term artists.
At the Arcade, L Gallery will showcase paintings by Carol Lena Saffell. Picture This will open New Orleans: Remembered, Revisited, Remixed by Ken Walls. WAG, Watkins Arcade Gallery, will present Indefinite Beauty by Luisiana Mera and Ecdysis by Jason R. Reed. OPEN Gallery, curated by Lipscomb University students, will present work by Nicole Wilson.
The Wedgewood/Houston Art Crawl takes place on Saturday, October 5, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Ground Floor
Gallery will launch Delineated by Amanda Joy Brown with an artist’s reception. Fort Houston will feature Hard Times, with embroidery artist Davey Gravy and photographer Nicole Irene. Cheekwood will join this crawl during Artober with a Pop-Up Gallery featuring work from More Love: Art, Politics and Sharing since the 1990s.
On Saturday, October 12, visit Second Saturday at Five Points in East Nashville from 6 to 9 p.m. where Bryant Gallery will open Garments by Libby Byler with an artist’s reception.