Franklin Art Scene

Friday, March 4, from 6 until 9 p.m.

Mike Hooper, Gallery 202

Mike Hooper, Gallery 202

Gallery 202 is featuring artist Michael Hooper, who primarily paints in a folk art style using wood boards. Williamson County Archives is showing work by artist Michalle Sessions. Boutique MMM is presenting paintings by Denise Michelle. Parks on Main is hosting abstract artist Essence DeVonne. Historic Franklin Presbyterian is exhibiting wildlife and outdoor landscape paintings by Tom Zigler. Hope Church Franklin unveils colorful and energetic paintings by Jo Sanders. Stop by Franklin Glassblowing Studio to see glasswork by artist Jose Santisteban.

 

 

 

First Saturday Art Crawl Downtown

Saturday, March 5, from 6 until 9 p.m.

Emily Sue Laird, 40AU

Emily Sue Laird, 40AU

The Arts Company unveils Nashville Streets Then and Now, photographs by Ed Clark and Michael Nott, and original carbon photographic prints by Fred Dusel (see page 46). Tinney Contemporary is showing Drip Paintings by Jane Braddock. The Rymer Gallery is exhibiting photographs by Caleb Charland and _lack History by Sam Dunson. The Browsing Room at Downtown Presbyterian Church is featuring another 30 photographic portraits in Cassie Ponder’s Portrait A Day. Visit Hatch Show Print’s Haley Gallery to view historic restrikes of original posters from the Hatch collection.

In the historic Arcade, Open Gallery is showing Phoebe Bulkeley Harris’s exhibit The Complete Dramatic Works, an investigation of being, illustrated through whimsical, shifting landscapes of the earth. WAG is presenting Unspent Space, an exhibition of traditional analogue photography by Watkins photography majors Brandyn Busico, Haley Carter, Kathryn Napier, Julian Sanchez, Nicole Taylor and Amber Ward. 40AU is unveiling Out of the Shadows featuring paintings and sculptural work by Emily Sue Laird and Jake Wells. Blend Studio is hosting an opening reception for Let’s break apart/and love ourselves whole, works by Alesandra Tomasa Branca Bellos. COOP Gallery is exhibiting a New Members Show featuring artwork by Donna L. Woodley, Christine Rogers, Duncan McDaniel, Jessica Fife, and Richard Feaster.

 

Arts & Music @ Wedgewood/Houston

Saturday, March 5, from 6 until 9 p.m.

Victoria Reynolds, Julia Martin Gallery

Victoria Reynolds, Julia Martin Gallery

Zeitgeist is unveiling Soft Bark by Paul Collins and Probe by Ward Schumaker. David Lusk Gallery is presenting Nora Sturges’s Fictional Spaces (see page 68) and KJ Schumacher’s Fragments and a Game of Chance (see page 72). Channel to Channel is holding a one-night pop up entitled Florida Lottery featuring sculpture by Sydni Gause. Seed Space is showcasing The Crappy Magic Experience by David Hellams and David King (see page 28). CG2 is opening New Works by Sean Norvet and Jason Lascu (see page 28). Refinery Nashville is featuring The Black Light Show, photography by Nora Canfield. Julia Martin Gallery is exhibiting Brave New Worlds, complex visual narratives by Victoria Reynolds and Erin Murphy. The Packing Plant is pairing Nick Doty and Abigail Lucien in the exhibit To Pour Warm Shade.

 

East Side Art Stumble

Saturday, March 12, from 6 until 9 p.m.

Rick Borg, The Red Arrow Gallery

Rick Borg, The Red Arrow Gallery

The Red Arrow Gallery is opening a solo exhibition, paintings and sculpture, found wood, and other stuff by Rick Borg. Gallery Luperca is exhibiting Adam Higgins’s contemporary abstractions in Big Empty, a show of large-scale oil paintings on canvas.

Sawtooth Print Shop is featuring Chris Chrisolux’s project 50 Dollar Show. Main Street Gallery and Modern East are also participating. At the Idea Hatchery enjoy happy hour from 5 until 7, and stop in at Fat Crow Press to experience Dexterity games by Julie Sola.

 

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