Earlier this spring, award-winning actress and artist Portia de Rossi formally launched General Public, an art curation and publishing company that creates 3D printed reproductions of original works of art. By using their proprietary Synograph, texture and brushwork are captured in such detail that it’s nearly indistinguishable from the original. This technology allows the artist to create multiple reproductions,
By Allie Myszka When she first entered the working world after college, it didn’t take long for Melissa Frederiksen to realize that the 9-to-5 office life wasn’t the path she wanted for herself. Shortly after she finished a business degree, she shifted her direction and returned to school for interior design. Based on her success as principal designer and
By Emily Griffin Owner of Davishire Interiors and self-proclaimed queen of ottomans, designer Shirley Horowitz entered the world of interior design nearly 35 years ago on a whim and has been searching for ways to make living spaces more versatile, unique and comfortable ever since. After graduating from college and after doing other various jobs, Nashville native Horowitz decided
Master printmaker uses ‘that which falls to the floor’ to create mesmerizing quilts Photography by Connie Chornuk When Jim Sherraden moved to Nashville in 1977, it was because his lyric writing skills had caught the attention of Waylon Jennings. “When they called, I left the phone hanging in the air like a cartoon character,” he jokes. But along with
Photography by Patrick Sheehan As an alumna of the University School of Nashville, designer McLean Barbieri knows firsthand the quality of the education it provides. The private school’s mission of diversity, creativity, environmentalism and inclusive learning is why she sends her children there. And as the owner and principal designer of Annali Interiors, Barbieri is a fan of Artclectic,
Mixing family and music at home in Middle Tennessee Story by Hollie Deese Photography by Reeves Smith Robbie Brooks Moore was selling cell phones at an AT&T store in LA when Kevin Moore — blues musician Keb’ Mo’ — came in with his broken phone. He was tall and handsome, and they immediately hit it off; the fact that
Whether you're looking for an Andy Warhol, or a piece of local art, Gallery 202 has the finest of both. Visit them in historic Clouston Hall in downtown Franklin.
Take a tour of Franklin's favorite furniture store with owner, Lisa Biggers.