The Gallery at Springhouse Presents
Four Individual Smyrna Artists
August 14th through October 14th
Holly Carden is a talented and highly skilled Smyrna-based Artist specializing in high detail, hand-drawn illustration. A graduate of Watkins College of Art Design and Film in Nashville, Holly works in a variety of mediums including graphite, ink, watercolor and printmaking, which are featured in this display. To see more recent work, sketchbook pages, and blog posts describing the process of making some of her drawings, visit hollycarden.com.
Jim Pfeffer is also a talented Graphic Artist whose work definitely appeals to any automobile enthusiast. Each composition is researched for history and authenticity. Jim’s choice of medium is pen and ink and watercolor, some of which has been featured in the “International Contemporary Artist” publication. He also enjoys creating digital compositions. To see more of his work you can go to: www.artoftheauto.com.
Suzanne LeBeau and Phyllis Razo are active and productive painters. They are both participants in the Murfreesboro Art League and the Smyrna Art Co-op. Their displays at Springhouse show a variety of work in watercolor and oil. To view more of Suzanne's work, go to suzannelebeauartist.blogspot.com. To contact Phyllis you may email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Artists displaying work in The Gallery @ Springhouse may choose to sell pieces shown. Because The Gallery is a volunteer effort, Artists receive the full amount of sale. Prices are shown on the information tag near each piece.
Please see Connie or Wade Hutchison to purchase work, or leave your contact information at the Welcome Desk in The Gallery, and we will get back to you asap.
What's the Big PictureInternational Photo Series by Joshua MacLeod
What is the Big Picture?
International Photography Series
By Joshua MacLeod
You have never seen a gallery exhibit like this one! Twelve five-foot by four-foot color photographs fill the gallery and entry hall with an awe-inspiring excitement. These photos were taken by international photographer, Joshua MacLeod, during his global missions travels. Please enjoy the exhibit while it remains on display April 2nd through June 30th, 2016.
Please Join Us!
The Gallery @ Springhouse will host a reception Saturday, May 7th from 7:00 until 9:00 pm. Come and meet Joshua, as he tells the stories behind the photos. We hope you will enjoy this evening of live music and great conversation.
Smaller size photos are available for purchase by going to Josh’s website: picturethenations.org
Contemporary Art Collectionfrom Middle Tennessee State University
Contemporary Art Collection
from Middle Tennessee State University
BFA Students and Alumni:
This is a unique opportunity for us to have a glimpse into the exciting experimental realm of artists in training. You will see oil on canvas and masonite board, several techniques of printmaking and graphite drawing on paper.
We hope you will enjoy these works while they are on display February through March 2016. Most of the work is for sale, and since our gallery is completely a volunteer project, artists receive the full amount of sale.
All work must remain hanging until the display is taken down at the end of March, but purchased art will be marked as sold. If you wish to purchase art, please see someone at the Springhouse Welcome Center
ConnieMarie, gallery curator
Murfreesboro Art League
THE GALLERY @ Springhouse had the honor of presenting the talented art work of four Visual Artists representing the Murfreesboro Art League through the months of December 2015 and January 2016.
The collection included works in OIL, PASTEL, PEN AND INK AND WATERCOLOR. We extend Great Thanks to the Murfreesboro Art League and to the Artists that participated:
Mark Jackson Phyllis Razo
Claire Justine Smith
ConnieMarie, gallery curator
About the Artist
Sandi Accuosti is a flight attendant and photographer living in Nashville, Tennessee. Blessed to have much of the world as her subject matter, she combines her international layovers with her passion for photography, resulting in images that touch your emotions and lift your spirit.
Her expanding collection, entitled, “The World In Black And White,” has been seen in numerous exhibits, art festivals, and private collections across the United States. A sample of her work may be seen at TheWorldInBlackAndWhite.com,
May what you see be a reminder to you that God is the Artist and His art surrounds us…and includes us!
We are the clay, and You are the potter; and all of us are the work of Your hand. (Isaiah 64:8)