Looks good enough to eat 😍Swing by for our opening reception during Art Crawl this Saturday 6-9 pm as Denise Stewart-Senabria dazzles us with her new “Anthropomorphic Cuisine” series, joined by Haiku paintings by Dane Carder and sculptural woodwork from Brad Sells. See you there!
"FIORI I" by Rocky Horton (48 x 48 in., oil on canvas)
We can’t get enough of the sneak peak / detail shots from @denisestewartsanabria_ !! Her paintings will be exhibited at the gallery in October so be on the lookout for more!
"Solitary Climber" by Bill Starke (cast bronze, 31.5 x 2.5 x 2.5) Available now at the gallery! Stop by or reach out for more information.
Thank you to everyone who came out for the First Saturday Art Crawl Downtown this past weekend! Be sure to stay tuned for what's happening in October... you won't want to miss it!
Sneak peak of our exhibition opening this weekend featuring Laura Nugent’s paintings! She will be talking an hour before the art crawl at 5pm on Saturday here at the gallery - you won’t want to miss it!
New work by James Threalkill in the gallery! Currently in the window: "Jazzy Thoughts" (40.5x40.5in. Acrylic on canvas)
We are excited to open up the application process for new interns! Share or tag someone who might be interested! .
"The Arts Company internship program is designed to introduce participants to the inner workings of an art gallery. Interns gain a valuable understanding of what happens behind the scenes of exhibitions, art crawls, special events and every day gallery life."
Visit www.theartscompany.com/internships for more information!
We'll be featuring new paintings from Laura Nugent Paintings in September! An exhibition of her new work will open on 9/1 during First Saturday Art Crawl, with a pre-crawl conversation with Laura at 5. We hope you'll join us!
Laura Nugent creates non-representational, painterly works featuring imperfect pattern and fresh color relationships. Each painting is the story of its creation and in the narrative of these works, color is protagonist and patterned blocking is structure. “Sometimes easily coaxed in arrival, other times deeply flawed and messy, my works are the pure expression of my experience.”
For Jan Chenoweth art has been a life-long pursuit enriched by her formative years in South Florida and unquenched wanderlust. She was born in Miami Beach Florida in 1945 and after many stops along the way, now resides and works in Chattanooga, TN. Her BFA studies were primarily at the University of Illinois and Virginia Intermont College with a concentration in painting. She received her MFA in Studio Arts with a sculpture concentration from Florida State University. Her early years in the tropics provided a rich stimulus for the sense of color and texture that have remained a vital part of her art throughout her career. Colors, forms and structures have always been starting points for her art.
"My Fragment series represents my visual and emotional response to upheavals, man-made and natural, that seem to be occurring around us at an alarming rate. I see lives turning upside down and then moving instinctively into survival mode. There is an energy found in the chaotic aftermath. Not an energy we respond to consciously, but one that keeps keeps us going nonetheless. Like a good many artists my works are filtered through my experiences, beliefs and emotions. These panels are abstracted views of bits of remaining color that I see on the surface of rubble left by bombings, tornadoes, tsunamis and other disasters. They are also an acknowledgement of lives lost and lives finding their way to persevere in their changing world."
Stop by and see some of Jan's work in the gallery before the end of our August exhibition!