NAAD Presents: Art After Hours

LOCAL COLOR - Road Less Traveled by Brenda Hasty

LOCAL COLOR - Road Less Traveled by Brenda Hasty

Just like every first Thursday of every month (unless there’s a crazy snowstorm) it’s time for Art After Hours. From 5-8pm art galleries will be open, serving refreshments while you check out some incredible art. Here are the highlights:

  • The Cumberland Gallery (Green Hills) continues its exhibition of new works by Ahren Ahrenholz and collages by John Fraser
  • Gallery One (Belle Meade Galleria) celebrates the gallery’s fifth year anniversary showcasing a selection of work by many popular gallery artists, including Rebecca Ruegger, Thomas Monaghan, Jean Hess, and Lorraine Glessner
  • LeQuire Gallery (near Sylvan Park) continues Haitian Contemporary Art featuring the artwork of Haitian artists Guidel Presume, Armond Fleurimond, Emales Delis, Telfort, Rosaria, Estevenson, and Metellus.  A second shipment of work has just arrived!  The gallery is donating 75% of sales to the artists and to the NGO (Lambi Fund or Fonkoze)
  • Local Color (on Broadway) is featuring new works from local artists Leslie Gilbert and Brenda Hasty
  • Zeitgeist (Hillsboro Village) opens Terraform, Harry Gold’s latest body of bronze, steel, and concrete work continuing his exploration of balance/imbalance and human relationships to planet Earth
  • Tennessee Art League & Galleries (Downtown) presents dual exhibitions Color Through Time by Nashville artist Noriko Register featuring 23 vibrant works in oil and acrylic, and Shouts and Whispers, works in oil by Nashville artist Stephanie Helmey
  • Auld Alliance Gallery (Westgate Center, Hwy 100) offers artist Jennifer Padgett, who will present a painting demonstration and discuss her approach to composition.  Refreshments will be served
  • Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery (near Hillsboro Village) celebrates the opening of Vanderbilt’s newly renovated and expanded galleries by presenting Eye & Mind:  A Legacy of Art Collecting at Vanderbilt University, illustrating the breadth and depth of the collection, now in its 53rd year

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