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  • Hot & Cold Art Exhibit

    November 2-December 31

    LYDIA HEJNY  “Art is important for it commemorates the seasons of the soul, or a special or tragic event in the souls journey. Art is not just for oneself, not just a marker of ones own understanding. It is also a map for those who follow after Us.” – women who run with Wolves.

    KELLY KERRIGAN  Kelly Kerrigan is a Nashville native who has been creating one of kind lamps from vintage corsets since 2003; all the while painting little creatures with silly dispositions interloping with pop culture icons.


    OCTOBER ARTIST Michelle Farro  “My current work addresses a potential for narrative.  Paintings based on personal memories, family photographs, found imagery, and still life motifs painted from direct observation work together to provide glimpses into larger stories.  Time and space remain ambiguous in these images. Drawing from a collection of words and phrases, I attach titles to pictures in order to give the viewer a context in which to view the paintings.  While I am aware that the viewer will ultimately interpret each work in a personal way, a title is capable of changing the perception of any picture.  The compositions comprise an archive of images that can exist individually or be viewed as an undivided narrative.”

  • Fido Art Show

    July 28 –  September 22 BETSY KAROUNOS

  • Fido Art Show

    July 28 –  September 22 BETH BOQUEL

    Using a method of call and response with the medium, this body of work documents visual conversations, based on the idea of separation and suspension.


  • Bongo East Art Show

    July 29 – September 23 ANNA MCKEOWN

  • Bongo Java Art Show

    July 30 – September 24 BRIAN WOODEN

    Brian Wooden is a Nashville based artist and musician working primarily with large-scale, hand-built canvas. His goal is to bring an element of street-style art to canvas, mixing an illustrative style with a painterly texture.

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