Homeowners of a new generation embrace the historically black neighborhood's architectural importance By Maria Mayer Photography by William DeShazer Tucked into the rolling hillsides north of the Cumberland River is the neighborhood of Bordeaux. It's a storied area of the city steeped in history—once home to Native Americans, then farmers. It’s the location of the American Baptist College attended
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By Hollie DeesePhotography by Richard SuterIt’s hard to find a medium that artist Keith Tucker doesn’t work in when creating his paintings, murals, sculptures, illustrations or occasionally even furniture. The honorary Kentucky Colonel — a distinction he earned in 2005 in recognition of a sculpture he created of Abraham Lincoln for the opening of the Gaylord Hotel in Washington, D.C.
Local artisans, Brock's photography, complement cuisine Photography by Emily Dorio When diners visit The Continental, the latest restaurant from chef Sean Brock, not only will they get to indulge in Brock’s exciting exploration of contemporary cuisine at the Grand Hyatt hotel in the Nashville Yards development, they will also get an inside look at Brock’s love of art, showcased
Manuel Zeitlin Architects is celebrating 40 years since its foundation, and the firm will be celebrating all year long by highlighting the places they have built and the people who helped along the way, including new projects, old projects, long-gone projects, current partners and their 25 year relationship with Zeitgeist art gallery."After moving back to Nashville in December 1980, I
A builder and homeowner create a home that honors family — past, present and future By Hollie Deese Interior photography by Leslie Brown Exterior photography by Reed Brown Dionne Dewitte knew there was one element that had to be incorporated into the design of her Nashville dream home: the stone lion from her grandmother Marie’s garden, a heavy piece
The shops, stops, nurseries and florists we are loving this season in Nashville Derrick Lachney of Foiled & Fern. Photos by Mary Craven. Foiled & Fern 1210 Second Ave. N. Suite 101 615-920-5141 In a shop twist we never knew we needed, owner Derrick Lachney has brought together hair and houseplants in Germantown for the kind of self-love
By Marq Burnett Photography by Keep3 Jamal “Jay” Jenkins, known artistically as Woke3, describes himself as a melanated muralist and mixed-media artist from “Norf” (North) Nashville. Jenkins was born outside of Los Angeles but left the West Coast at the age of 4. The “Norf” raised and made him into the man he is today, and he hasn’t forgotten
Hatch Master Printer takes textile art to interior tiles By Jennifer Chesak Photography by Michelle Morrow Master printmaker Jim Sherraden, who managed Nashville’s iconic Hatch Show Print for more than 30 years, has a new venture called jimjim and co. His artisan tile business is a collaboration with sculptor Jammie Williams and the crew at Nashville Tile & Interiors.
By Hollie Deese Photography by William DeShazer Ten years ago Anthony Fazio’s life was almost unbelievably different than it is today. A firefighter from New Jersey, he was more accustomed to going into burning buildings than buying art supplies. But a shoulder injury on the job forced him to reevaluate everything. “I had a few surgeries and had nerve