For all you prudent planners, here’s a handy list of participating galleries to help you chart your journey through this year’s Artrageous event. Download a map of the galleries in our December edition.
The Rymer Gallery is the largest contemporary gallery in the heart of Nashville’s arts district. Our goal is to foster artwork that entices, engages, and lures artists, collectors, and enthusiasts to Nashville’s expanding art scene.
Tinney Contemporary is a Nashville-based art gallery with a focus to present cutting-edge contemporary artwork from a large portfolio of internationally known artists. The gallery presents a series of rotating exhibitions throughout the year and participate in the Art Crawl on the first Saturday of each month.
Local Color/Midtown Galleries
Since 1990 Local Color Gallery has been one of Nashville’s leading sources for Tennessee art. More than 40 regional artists working in a variety of media and styles are currently represented.
Local Color has received numerous "Best Gallery" awards throughout the years. The gallery has been recognized by many different publications including The Nashville Scene, Greater Nashville House and Home, and Nashville Life.
Finer Things Gallery
Finer Things Gallery was established in 1995 to showcase an eclectic mix of fine art, fine craft, studio furniture and antiques.
Located just south of downtown, the elegant interior of this large converted warehouse once housed an active furniture manufacturing plant. The 18-foot, domed ceilings create a sophisticated environment for the exhibition of contemporary art. The unique exhibition space is composed of a 6,000-square-foot gallery and a 2-acre sculpture garden.
Tennessee Art League
Founded by a group of Middle Tennessee artists in 1954, the Tennessee Art League has enriched the lives of artists and the community as a cultural center, educational facility and art gallery for over fifty years.
In 1965, the Art League started the annual South Central Art Exhibition, one of the oldest, continuing and most important juried art competitions in Tennessee and the South today. In 2005, the Tennessee Art League moved to its new facility in the heart of the historical and cultural center of Nashville. There, it continues its mission of promoting the visual arts through changing exhibitions, workshops, classes and community outreach.
Richter Gallery of Photography
Richter Gallery of Photography specializes in fine art photography of the highest caliber, offering something for everyone.
The collection embraces various subject matters ranging from the figure to documentary images to the landscape. From vintage to contemporary- each image represented celebrates fine art photography — its history and its future. Richter Gallery is proud to present such legendary works to Nashville for the first time.
The sleek, sophisticated interior and stylistic breadth of artworks make Estel Gallery stand out in the Nashville contemporary fine art market.
Patrons and collectors enjoy exceptional artwork of new and emerging national and international contemporary artists. Estel Gallery is proud to be the exclusive dealer of Nashville favorite Harry Underwood.
Bennett Galleries, a family-owned business, has long been, and continues to be, associated with fine art.
The gallery’s focus is to show works of contemporary paintings, sculpture, and ceramics by local, regional and international artists. Additional features of the gallery include custom and archival framing, unique gifts, handmade jewelry, and home accents.
The gallery’s exhibition schedule features individual artist shows as well as theme shows that include the works of several artists.
The Arts Company
Established in 1996, The Arts Company continues to be an arts cornerstone in downtown Nashville and a prime destination for fresh, original, contemporary artwork in photography, painting, and sculpture, by artists from emerging to legendary.
The various gallery spaces — more than 6,000 square feet on two floors in a historic building — include a downstairs gallery featuring an extensive inventory of artwork and books; and upstairs galleries designated for exhibits and projects for businesses and individuals.