Rubenstein to speak at Frist

   

Tinney Contemporary artist Raeanne Rubenstein (currently showing in an exhibition this month with Claire Cotts) will be giving a gallery talk at the Frist Center on Thursday the 11th. For more information, read on...

Tinney Contemporary artist Mary Long-Postal in ABQ Journal

 

Kate McGraw of the Albuquerque Journal (otherwise known as ABQ Journal) wrote with great detail and admiration of Tinney Contemporary's artist Mary Long-Postal and her encaustic method. The article, as written by Kate McGraw, is below:

Long-Postal has been working in encaustic for a decade or more. A dedicated perfectionist, she taught herself to use the medium with an instruction book. “I used to do a lot of collage and I really enjoyed the layering process,” she said in a telephone interview from her Memphis home. “I taught myself to do it and the first couple of paintings I did sold...

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Michelle Jones of The Tennessean gives attention to Silverpoint Show

In the Tennessean article "Tinney Contemporary Showcases Silverpoint Artists," Michelle Jones delves into great description of various pieces in this month's show. To read the article, click here!

 

 

 

 

Nashville Arts Magazine Features Carol Prusa

If you didn't grab a copy of this month's edition of the Nashville Arts Magazine, take a look at a web version of the article featuring Tinney Contemporary artist, Carol Prusa. The article delves into her unique technique and vision-- one that has resulted in the creation of her fantastical acrylic spheres. The article also highlights many of the other artists in Tinney Contemporary's current exhibition, "Silver: Points of Departure." Take a look at this article about the shimmering synchrony of the silverpoint artists in this month's show here!

Art Crawl Article in Nashville Scene

People are buzzing about this coming exhibition at Tinney Contemporary, "Silver: Points of Departure," a show guest-curated by Carol Prusa (her work above). Read this Nashville Scene article for a preview into the excitement of this July 4th themed Art Crawl.

Patricia Bellan-Gillen: Artist in Residence at Wimbledon College of Art

This past month, Tinney Contemporary artist Patricia Bellan-Gillen was an artist in residence at The Center For Drawing at the Wimbledon College of Art in London, UK. Take a look above at her work entitled “Pinocchio Rebirth/Still Lies,” which incorporates hand cut printed flowers, acrylic and branch.