Come meet the artists, October 12th from 6-8 pm!
Amanda Bennett :: A Huntsville native, Amanda moved to Nashville seven years ago, where she finally got serious about her art. Her music inspired art gained local attention, and lately, you can check out her work in local digs such as Fanny’s House of Music in East Nashville, Two Old Hippies in The Gulch, and Local Taco in Sylvan Park. Amanda has had one transformative year. This evolution is evident, as her work has transitioned from music-inspired pieces to transcendent abstracts; a reflection of her own complex simplicity. But, if you’re wondering where you’ll find Bennett lately, it’s snapping crazy cool shots of familiar signage around Nashvegas and beyond. She has taken two things she loves, acrylic mediums and photography, and transformed them in to a funk style mash up on plywood for your viewing pleasure. Learn more about Amanda by going to her website: www.bennettartgallery.com/
Hal Broyles :: Art. Anything goes. I’m not sure I can define the real meaning or visual impact of my work. Eye grabbing compositions, very contemporary, mixed media, classic metal styling, maybe a personal connection with an image that stays with you. Art has been, is and will remain a life’s passion for me.
Jennifer Redstreake :: Jennifer is working on a new series of watercolor paintings, large macro shots of flowers that she herself took at places like the Biltmore Estates and the Huntsville Botanical Gardens. Some of these paintings won’t be of fresh flowers, beautiful and new, but rather flowers that have ended their lifespan, withering and ready to sow their seeds. There is beauty even in the dying things. The other series, which has become very popular, is her Ball Jar paintings. These have become Jennifer’s latest addiction, painting as small as ACEO size all the way up to 16 x 20”. She hopes her collectors (and new ones!) will be pleased with her latest works! Jennifer resides and paints in WInchester, Tennessee. You can learn more by going to her website: www.redstreakeart.com.
This show is sponsored by Fast Jacks in Tullahoma. THANK YOU!!!