So excited and honored Artsy Forager “found the artsy” this month with my recent paintings, and named me featured artist of the month! Thank you Artsy Forager! Check it out! artsy forager | finding the artsyartsy forager | finding the artsy.
Recent blog post featuring Fine Art by Deann by none other than The Art Selectress! Click here to read all about it! The Art Selectress.
Just wanted to share a few pictures from The Harding Art Show, held every year here in Nashville, Tennessee. Marking the 38th year of Middle Tennessee’s premier art event, the 2013 show once again highlighted fine art available for purchase from approximately 70 artists from throughout the United States. This show always brings a fun crowd and we […]
This is the tale of two artsy mice. One mouse had a studio in the country where she painted the rural world around her, little churches, dirt roads, and windflowers in the soft, pale colors of clay and straw. Then, one day, another artsy mouse came to work in her studio. This mouse was different, […]
As I close 2012 and reflect, I am thankful for another successful year. I set several goals for my business at the beginning of the year and I am proud to say I met every one of them. Business ventures this year included a new website, blog, new shows, traveling literally across the United States, […]
Georgia on my mind these days! Artwork and high heels…ahhh. What a perfect combo! I am excited to announce that my artwork has been selected to the prestigious Saks Fifth Avenue Gallery display (in the shoe department!) at Phipps Plaza in Atlanta as part of Trinity School’s Spotlight on Art events, showcasing 23 of leading […]
Every year, during the first weekend of October, I load up the trailer with my artwork and head to beautiful historic Old Louisville, to participate in the St. James Court Art Show. Nestled among the nation’s largest collection of Victorian homes, the St. James Court Art Show ® was voted best art show in the […]
Wanted to share a few recent completed live event paintings. These events were so fun to be at, and paint the “party” scene as it was happening! Enjoy!
It’s been a while since I last posted, mostly due to the fact that the last part of the summer I was absolutely slammed with art camps, shows, getting my 5 year old ready for kindergarten, all while managing gallery inventory, creating new works for my fall 2012 collection, and trying to get at least […]
Today I wanted to share a recent blog post that Lesley Frenz over at Artsy Forager did on my work. As a lifelong lover and student of the visual arts, Lesley created the blog, Artsy Forager, as a way to showcase some of the amazing artwork and artists that she meets both virtually and face […]
About The Artist
Hi there! I'm Deann. I'm a painter. I traded in my corporate high heels for paint brushes years ago, and for the past decade have had an open working studio located in a once abandoned stove and mattress factory in beautiful historic Franklin, Tennessee, just south of Nashville. I love where I live, and in my paintings I seek to tell the stories of our collective past, the rich history of the South, and to inspire the viewer to listen to our ancestors voices and not just see but cherish our old places and the lives they have influenced. Formally trained at Auburn U and The Chelsea School of Art & Design, I use layer upon layer of palette knife texture that is reminiscent of tree bark and peeling barn paint. I do life with my family on a mini-farm in Brentwood, Tennessee. We have lots of animals including a rooster named Colonel, who keeps the entertainment coming. I hope you enjoy my work, and if you would like to stop by and see me at The Factory, just email me at [email protected] so I can be sure not to miss you!