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A Season of Change: Part II features the 22nd Annual Holiday Arts Market. This year’s holiday exhibition offers a selection of fresh art— paintings, sculpture, photography, mixed media, and contemporary folk art, plus the usual addition of some vintage items such as a window full of holiday lamps.

The exhibit will open during FirstBank First Saturday Art Crawl on December 1, 6-9 pm, and will continue through December 22, during regular gallery hours, 11am-5pm, Tuesday-Saturday.

About the Artists

  • Marilyn Artus — Discover the hand-sewn ephemera flags that honor women's pivotal role in American history

  • Gees Bend Rugs — A few remaining small Gees Bend rugs are contemporary classics.

  • Jan Chenoweth — Bringing a pop of shape and color to the holidays

  • Ke Francis — Master printmaker presents an original black and white abstracted painting - dramatic, one-of-a-kind

  • Kim Leslie - "Out on a Whim" drawings by Nashville Mix 92.9 Radio Personality

  • Tiffany Ownbey — Papier-mache series show whimsical narratives touching on modern relationships

  • Leonard Piha — Hand crafted Traveling Salesman tin sculptures that are a touch of Americana

  • Mandy Rogers-Horton — Delightful studies made from intricate magazine clippings

  • Jim Suruda — Distinctive lamps that light up for a little holiday cheer

  • Tony Sobota — Reflections of Nashville's construction scenes, including a 10' interpretation of 5th and Broadway

  • Denise Stewart-Sanabria — Detailed watercolors of anthropomorphic food and finery

  • Aggie Zed — Delicate and charming small porcelain animal figures