Photography by Connie Chornuk for Nashville Interiors When Julia Martin works on a piece, she doesn’t ever sketch or plan ahead. “I very much work intuitively,” she says. “To ‘finish’ is very much a visual balance that I have to reach, where I can put it down and walk away.” She has to reach a personal satisfaction with a piece
Fine art brushes in the studio of James Courtenay James. Photo by Billy Weeks [gdlr_image_link type="image" image_url="" link_url="" alt="" target="_blank"]Chattanooga. In a Snap Chat world where an image is here today and gone tomorrow, an investment in an heirloom portrait feels like the new counter culture. Once a standard investment found in any fine home, portraits quickly grew out
[gdlr_image_link type="image" image_url="" link_url="" alt="" target="_blank"]NEW YORK. Flavor Paper, an international maker of wallpaper designs, now features the award-winning line "Waynetopia," based on paintings by artist Wayne White. White was raised in Tennessee and maintains close ties to his family and community in Chattanooga. "Waynetopia" imagery is based on White's fascination with 19th century scenic landscape painting which he describes as
[gdlr_image_link type="image" image_url="" link_url="" alt="" target="_blank"] CHATTANOOGA. Heidi Hefferlin and Craig Kronenberg, with Hefferlin + Kronenberg Architects, unveiled their new offices at 1220 East Main Street at a large social gathering June 10 with food, music, and a pop-up gallery throughout the large industrial structure. H + K Architecture = Heidi Hefferlin + Craig Kronenberg The now landmark building near the railroad tracks gets
[gdlr_image_link type="image" image_url="" link_url="" alt="" target="_blank"] NASHVILLE. The canvas can't seem to contain the speed and elegance of the horses Hollie Berry paints. Our eyes move with the horses and our heart pounds to see the drama, and that's exactly the energy the artist is reaching for to capture one of her beloved subjects. 'Neck and Neck' by Hollie Berry, 12x12"
Ron York of York & Friends Fine Art in Nashville has been buying art pieces for so long his collection has turned several times over the years. Yet he just can’t stop collecting. “I opened my first gallery nearly 30 years ago, and some of the artists I work with right now, I have been working with for over 25
Cuban Summer: A Night of Art and Culture, curated and hosted by Jonathan Pierce, was a unique art show and furniture display pop-up event Aug. 15, 2015. The setting was a new $2 million dollar home in the Green Hills section of Nashville. Senator Bill Frist and his wife Tracy co-hosted the evening that explored Cuban culture through art. Featured