10 11, 2022

Solo exhibit for artist Bustamante opens at Belmont

2022-11-10T09:32:00-07:00

Immigrant artist showcases abstract sculptures Andrés Bustamante, a sculptor born in Cali, Colombia, and based in Nashville, is the feature of a solo show at Belmont University Leu Center for the Arts through November. A solo exhibition of all new works, REFLEXIÓN opens to the public with an opening reception November 10 at 4 p.m., with a special speaking

Solo exhibit for artist Bustamante opens at Belmont2022-11-10T09:32:00-07:00
13 09, 2022

The Art of Hospitality

2022-09-13T12:46:20-07:00

The Art of Hospitality By Janet Kurtz Born of the mission to bring contemporary art to a wider audience, 21c Museum Hotels are working to change the way the public looks at art — and at hotels. Now xenia, the Greek concept of hospitality or “guest-friendship,” is alive at 21c Museum Hotel Nashville for the first time since the

The Art of Hospitality2022-09-13T12:46:20-07:00
17 08, 2022

The Art of Connection

2022-08-17T12:08:19-07:00

The Art of Connection By Robert Jones Photography by William DeShazer When I opened Overton Arts in 2018, my goal was to create a picture framing and art consultation business geared toward the interior design industry. I wanted to build a platform where I could play a role in uplifting the arts community in Nashville and helping it to

The Art of Connection2022-08-17T12:08:19-07:00
10 08, 2022

Artist Spotlight: Keavy Murphree

2022-09-06T14:22:18-07:00

By Robert Jones Portrait Photography by Anna Haas Work Photography by Keavy Murphree Keavy Murphree’s passion for ceramics has echoed throughout her adult life, resurfacing at pivotal moments of transition. Despite it being her calling, she initially was hesitant to pursue her artistic dream. “I went to school for industrial design. Even though I’d fallen in love with ceramics,

Artist Spotlight: Keavy Murphree2022-09-06T14:22:18-07:00
12 07, 2022

A Solid Foundation

2022-08-15T13:42:27-07:00

A school lesson turns into a life’s work By Hollie Deese Photography by Pam Mognahan It had been 13 years since Jenna had last seen Johnathan Rummel at Lee University, where they both attended, but when he sat down next to her at a dear friend’s funeral in 2005, life was about to totally change for the single mom.

A Solid Foundation2022-08-15T13:42:27-07:00
19 01, 2022

Creating a Moment

2022-01-19T07:35:39-07:00

Gracie Studio installs custom spaces, wallpaper for Antiques & Garden Show By Hollie Deese Mike Gracie, president of Gracie Studio, has only been to Nashville once before on a family vacation, and he is looking forward to returning this year as part of the 32nd annual Antiques & Garden Show at the Music City Center Feb. 11–13, 2022. The event,

Creating a Moment2022-01-19T07:35:39-07:00
18 01, 2022

Artist Spotlight: John Paul Kesling

2022-01-18T08:13:31-07:00

By Hollie Deese Growing up in Ashland, Kentucky, artist John Paul Kesling spent a lot of time outdoors with his three brothers on the banks of the Ohio River. His musician single father got custody of all of them when Kesling, the youngest, was 18 months old. He was drawn to art at a young age, often helping friends

Artist Spotlight: John Paul Kesling2022-01-18T08:13:31-07:00
14 10, 2021

Artist Spotlight: Ashley Trabue

2021-10-14T07:38:27-07:00

By Hollie Deese Photography by Jenna Henderson Ashley Trabue has something to say as an artist, and while it might be uncomfortable for some, her goal is to ultimately make people feel more comfortable in their own bodies and with their own emotions through her art. Raised in Bowling Green, Kentucky, Trabue began coming to Nashville to see live music

Artist Spotlight: Ashley Trabue2021-10-14T07:38:27-07:00
7 09, 2021

Kitsch Cool

2021-09-07T03:54:18-07:00

Couple’s quirky Paragon Mills home takes inspo from famed NYC tavern, Monkey Bar. By Emily Davidson Photography by Julia Steele Frieda Projansky and Russell Somer take an unapologetic approach to design in their playful, eye-catching home. The fun-loving couple purchased the house in 2020 and soon developed an appetite for decorating during the pandemic. Bold colors and striking retro

Kitsch Cool2021-09-07T03:54:18-07:00
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