The work of Tinney Contemporary artist, Kay Ruane, is currently featured in an exhibit at the Arkansas Art Center in Little Rock, Arkansas: "Face to Face: Artists' Self-Portraits from the Collection of Jackye and Curtis Finch, Jr." The exhibition runs through February 9th, 2014. For more information visit the exhibition website.
Throughout December, artist Lyle Carbajal's show "Romancing Banality" will be featured at Currency Art Gallery in Seattle, Washington. The show offers a unique look at Carbajal's works, inviting viewers to immerse themselves in Carbajal's creative vision. Dr. David Francis, a scholar who studies Carbajal's works, writes, "Aside from the paintings and the occaisional added panel construction, it's exciting to see the next big step as represented by Romancing Banality, the entire environment for the paintings, the installation and multimedia components, the engagement with a variety of......read on
Writer Michelle Jones has written a beautiful article for The Tennessean highlighting Jeanie Gooden's show "With Wings." The article illuminates the techniques and inspirations that go into Gooden's large, abstract, multi-media pieces. Jones delves into individual pieces of Gooden's work, offering a deeper understanding of Gooden's art. "With Wings" is on view at Tinney Contemporary until November 16, 2013. To read Michelle Jones' article, click here.
Bruce Munro's exhibit, LIGHT, was featured in the Huffington Post! It was described by the writer as "a monumental work that will have an everlasting impact on my imagination." The exhibit will be taken down November 10th so make sure you get a chance to see it while it's still in Nashville!
Carla Ciuffo's photograph "Savior," from her Hidden Life of the Soul series will be presented in an exhibit titled Next: New Photographic Visions. The show is curated by noted art collector Allen Thomas and North Carolina Museum of Art director Larry Wheeler. The exhibition opens on November 1 at Castell Photography Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina.
To learn more about Carla Ciuffo, visit her website here.
Carol Prusa's show, Liminal Worlds, features several dome-shaped pieces with impressively intricate patterns. Prusa uses extensive symmetry to produce a powerful feeling of beauty and conveys a sense of silence and stillness. Tomorrow is the last day of the exhibit so make sure you don't miss it!