Posts Tagged ‘Nashville’

January Watercolor Classes and Commissions

Upcoming January Watercolor Classes! NEW YEAR! New TREE PAINTING classes! Come join me Thursday January 15th or Saturday January 17th to paint the trees below: Here are the details: Who: Everyone (beginners welcome) Where: My house – 2612 Hibbitts Rd., Nashville, TN 37214 (in Donelson) When: Evening – Thursday January 15th 6:30pm-9:00pm Morning – Saturday January 17th 10:00am-12:30pm (These…

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House Portrait / Stacked Boxes / Ladies’ Day

It’s Friday again and I hope everyone is having a fabulous day! It’s been another busy week over here. My handsome husband and I had the opportunity to fly out to San Francisco, see the countryside and feel the cool breeze off the Pacific. Exhilarating! Before we left, I finished up the house portrait you…

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Tennessee State Capitol

A portrait of the Tennessee State Capitol – complete with birds, Japanese Cherry Blossoms and a statute of former senator Edward Carmack. This is the fourth in my ongoing series of Nashville landmarks. Visit my Etsy shop to purchase your copy. PURCHASE HERE

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Ten and Two Gallery Show

I’m excited to announce that my work will be exhibited in a one night show at Two Moon Gallery on April 4, 2013 at 5:30 – 9:00 p.m. Please come and bring your friends. I need your vote! The exhibit is part of a two-stage competition. One, the gallery held a juried competition where they choose TEN winners to…

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Parthenon

Welcome to Nashville’s very own Parthenon. Built in 1897 for Tennessee’s Centennial Exposition, the Parthenon immediately became a crowd favorite and was therefore perserved from “party clean-up” by a staunch group of local supporters. Since then, the Parthenon has been a sought after location for tourists, locals and star-crossed lovers alike. It has become one…

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Union Station

Union Station is finished! Check out my Etsy shop for information on how to purchase this print. PURCHASE HERE 

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Music City Hall of Fame

Completed in 2001, this landmark designed by architect Ralph Appelbaum resonates with the voice that dwells in each of us. It reminds us of the dreams of country music greats, Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, Reba McEntire and a host of others who never gave up, who pursued their dreams and enriched us all with their love of music. It celebrates…

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