19 01, 2021

A&G Goes Virtual for Mark D. Sikes and Sarah Bartholomew

2021-01-19T08:45:10-07:00

Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville Presents: A Virtual Conversation between Mark D. Sikes and Sarah Bartholomew Little did we know that last year's Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville was going to be one of the last big events we attended in 2020. A favorite for its vendors and flowers and speakers - not to mention its fundraising

A&G Goes Virtual for Mark D. Sikes and Sarah Bartholomew2021-01-19T08:45:10-07:00
21 12, 2020

Creative Collaboration: Tony Perrin and Crystal Shade

2020-12-21T15:28:11-07:00

Crystal Shade started making pottery about 10 years ago, hooked after a continuing education class. Tony Perrin launched his Lock & Key jewelry line six years ago, a coalescence of all the creative professional pursuits he has had over the years, including a background in dance, fashion and costume design. Crystal Shade Both tenants of the 100

Creative Collaboration: Tony Perrin and Crystal Shade2020-12-21T15:28:11-07:00
1 12, 2020

The Gallery at Fort Houston Hosts CHROMA 2020

2020-12-01T13:14:46-07:00

Through December 19, 2020, The Gallery at Fort Houston is presenting CHROMA - A Contemporary Survey of American Glass. The second installment of Meredith Edmondson and Jennifer Crescuillo’s exemplary annual exhibition, CHROMA 2020 also welcomes guest juror Pam Marlene Taylor, as well as a presenting sponsorship from Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass. While the overall representation of sculptural work

The Gallery at Fort Houston Hosts CHROMA 20202020-12-01T13:14:46-07:00
5 12, 2019

Square Market owner’s ‘Plan B’

2019-12-06T15:15:40-07:00

Former customer service manager brings expertise to Lebanon’s home decor clients By Mary Bernard A fixture on the historic square in Lebanon, Paula McDonnell’s store (appropriately called Square Market) sells some of Middle Tennessee’s most unique pieces for the home. McDonnell offers one-of-a-kind custom upholstered furniture, lighting, gifts and accessories in a variety of styles. “I sell quality affordable

Square Market owner’s ‘Plan B’2019-12-06T15:15:40-07:00
8 10, 2019

Challenging Misconceptions

2019-10-08T04:20:49-07:00

Photographer Anouk Krantz comes to Nashville for Artclectic By Hollie Deese Photographer Anouk Krantz was raised in France by a Dutch mom. She lives in New York and travels to remote areas of the world for work, but she has yet to make it to Nashville. That will change when she speaks at this year’s Artclectic — the annual

Challenging Misconceptions2019-10-08T04:20:49-07:00
26 08, 2019

Artist Spotlight: Elizabeth Summar

2019-08-26T05:23:02-07:00

Liz’s Barn Quilts offers a fun, joyful alternative to ordinary design By Olivia McClure For Elizabeth Summar, the road trips she took up and down the East Coast growing up proved to be more than just a summertime diversion. In truth, it was during these car rides with her mother that Summar was first introduced to barn quilts —

Artist Spotlight: Elizabeth Summar2019-08-26T05:23:02-07:00
23 08, 2019

Trading Spaces’ Laurie Smith Comes to Nashville Home Show

2019-08-23T10:45:32-07:00

Nashville’s newest designer takes the stage to help inject some soul into your space By Hollie Deese Tennessee’s longest-running home event, the 36th Nashville Home Show, heads back to the Music City Center September 6-8 with TLC’s “Trading Spaces” designer Laurie Smith as the headliner. Smith, one of design television’s first stars, will be giving a visual walkthrough of

Trading Spaces’ Laurie Smith Comes to Nashville Home Show2019-08-23T10:45:32-07:00
27 07, 2019

Business Spotlight: Foster’s Rug Gallery

2019-07-27T06:11:52-07:00

At Foster’s Rug Gallery, a father and son share their passions for rug designBy Olivia McClureBefore Michael Foster broke into the rug business, he was involved in rotogravure — a high-impression printing process used to make magazines. But when the arrival of computers during the 1980s rendered his job obsolete, he and a friend decided to dabble in rug

Business Spotlight: Foster’s Rug Gallery2019-07-27T06:11:52-07:00
22 07, 2019

Ranch Redo

2019-07-22T06:42:15-07:00

EOA architect transforms a midcentury mainstay into a modern masterpiece By Hollie Deese Photography by Reeves Smith and Julia Steele Not everyone can look at a ranch house and see how such an innocuous shape could be transformed into something magnificent, but then again, not everyone is an architect. So when EOA Architects partner Michael Murdock and his wife,

Ranch Redo2019-07-22T06:42:15-07:00
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