The Arts Company



Official press release

Press Contact: 

Lon Bouldin

(917) 370-1002 

Images for press available upon request. 

2018 Press Releases

2017 press releases












January 2018: Of Things to Come


December: Ian Ross & Holiday Arts Market

November: Chris Bruno and Hollie Chastain

October 7-28: Southern Narrative by Ke Francis

September 2-30: Gee's Bend Quilt Rugs

August 5-25: Tank Chicken, Avant-Garage Sale and Collector's Art Exchange

July 1-28: Boundaries of Color by Laura Nugent and Her Flags by Marilyn Artus

June 3-23: Nostalgia for the Familiar by Jim Jobe

May 6-26Contemporary Narratives by Daryl Thetford

April 1-15: Photography Emporium by Brett Warren

April 1-27: Rethinking Sculptural Forms by John Petrey

March 4-24: Introducing Tiffany Ownbey

February 4-24: Hopeful Fragments by Jan Chenoweth and Roger Halligan

January 7-January 26: Of Things to Come


December 3-December 23: 20th Annual Holiday Arts Market

November 4-December 23: New Work: Paintings & Drawings by Denise Stewart-Sanabria and Musical Sculptures by Philippe Guillerm

October 1-28: Intoxicated by Color: New Paintings on Canvas by Edie Maney

September 2-23: Bill Steber: Southern Blues Photography + Music

August 6-13: Annual Avant-Garage Sale and Collectors Art Exchange + Americana Art Summer Continues….

July 2-22: Americana Art Summer at The Arts Company

June 4-21: Setting the Stage for Fresh Art Summer

May 7-27: Small Built Sculpture by Kent Cooper

May 7-27: The Art of Politics - A Political Pop-Up Market

April 2-21: The Visual Art of Fashion

March 5-25: Nashville Streets Then and Now

March 5-25: Carbon Photographic Prints by Fred Dusel

February 6-24: Contemporary Urban Folk Art from Kentucky: End of the Agrarian Tradition

January 2-27, 2016: Of Things to Come 2016

Click to view articles featuring The Arts Company or our artists in Nashville Arts Magazine 

Click to view articles featuring The Arts Company or our artists in Nashville Arts Magazine 


The Arts Company has become a cornerstone on 5th Avenue of the Arts in Downtown Nashville. The gallery’s mission is to maintain a presence of distinctively fresh, original, and contemporary artwork for individuals and businesses.  Known as a prime destination for photography, painting, and sculpture, The Arts Company offers an eclectic mix beyond the typical gallery model.  Our welcoming environment of over 6,000 square feet in a historic building provides customers with a distinctive Nashville experience. 

The Arts Company maintains a series of partnerships with commercial and non-profit businesses, and presents 12 inventive exhibitions a year that premier during First Saturday Art Crawl Downtown every month.