JUNE 2014 CRAWL GUIDE
June art crawls begin with the Franklin Art Scene on Friday, June 6, from 6 to 9 p.m. in historic downtown Franklin where over 30 galleries and working studios will participate. Gallery 202 will showcase sculpture by Emily Allison and paintings by Kelly Harwood. The Heirloom Shop will display work by Bren Brown, a self-taught artist who creates portraits using oils and charcoal. The Bagbey House will present its newest resident artist, Shelley Newman-Holmes, with a beach-themed party and live music. O’More College of Design will feature the Tennessee Watercolor Society’s 34th Juried Exhibition. Bob Parks Realty will exhibit The Women of Williamson County, featuring local watercolor artists Susan Harlan, Gail McDaniel, Gale Haddock, and Shelley Snow. Rachael McCampbell will be the featured artist at Regions Bank.
The First Saturday Art Crawl Downtown takes place on Saturday, June 7, from 6 until 9 p.m. Tinney Contemporary will feature CONTINUUM, new work by Carol Mode. The Arts Company will present Liquid Light, a new series of paintings by Edie Maney, and Culinary Drama, new paintings by Denise Stewart-Sanabria. The Rymer Gallery will exhibit QUINTESSENTIAL DELTA, new paintings by Betsy Brackin. Tennessee Art League will celebrate their 60th anniversary with a show dedicated to their long-term members.
In the Arcade, Blend Studio will unveil Passages: Recent Work by Joan Branca, which showcases the transformative power of water in landscape. 40AU and HAUS will present Miranda Herrick’s Reflective, featuring mandalas, quilt blocks, and patterns made from reclaimed materials. Ultra Violet Gallery will host Christian Sperka, Resident Wildlife Photographer for Thanda Private Game Reserve in South Africa, who will present ZULULAND – Wildlife and People in the African South. WAG will exhibit Rather Sketchy: Sketchbooks, brainstorms and process-work by graphic design senior and illustrator Holly Carden.
Arts & Music @ Wedgewood/Houston takes place on Saturday, June 7, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. David Lusk Gallery will open the exhibition Life Science by Kelly Williams. Zeitgeist will exhibit Brady Haston’s A Brief History of Nashville and Paul Collins’s Building Forever. Seed Space will present a one-night performance by Mike Stasny, founder of CLUB MSIF, a performance art and music project, and an exhibition of collage works Eventually the Pendulum Swings by Lester Merriweather. Threesquared will exhibit The Secret Room, works by Watkins College of Art, Design and Film’s admissons recruiters David Hellams, Jaime Raybin, and Jenna Maurice. Fort Houston will present The Vicious Vicar of Verdun, paintings by Daniel Holland (see page 25). Julia Martin Gallery will present BEVY a group show including new works by Jono Vaughan, Kit Kite (see page 54), Johnny Bruno, Angela Burks, Julia Martin, and more.
On Thursday, June 20, at 7 p.m. UnBound Arts will host Third Thursdays at The Building featuring works by visual artists David Wariner (see page 33) and Keith Carter. Musical performances by Kevin Gordon and Year of October will start at 8:30.