Last night I participated in an awesome first-time event right here in Nashville. It was called Art at the Artesia, and was a fine art event benefiting Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville. It was a great concept, with attendees meeting 10 artists and viewing their works for sale all while touring five exclusive homes in the Artesia development overlooking Centennial Park with a stunning view of downtown Nashville. It was honored to be invited to participate, and was even more thrilled to see several of my pieces find new homes. I enjoy participating in fund raiser events like this one, especially for a cause that I believe in. It’s my way of giving back, because 25% of each art sale went to Ronald McDonald House.
About The Artist
Hi! As an artist, I enjoy finding the beauty in the rustic, old, and I love anything with texture. Born in small town Alabama and inspired by all things Southern, I have an impasto style of painting that is very unique and one that I have developed over the past 10 years as a working artist. It is my hope that my paintings can be appreciated for the aesthetic qualities and rustic chic compositions, all while capturing the viewers imagination. You can catch me most days working in my studio located in The Factory at Franklin in historic Franklin, Tennessee. I received my BFA from Auburn University and also studied fine art abroad at the Chelsea School of Art and Design and Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London, England. Be sure to follow me on facebook and twitter to stay connected! Thanks for stopping by!