Top 10 Art Galleries In Nashville
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Creative minds in Nashville aren’t just musically inclined; there is a booming art scene full of talented folks, too. From contemporary paintings to 19th-century sculptures, these 10 art galleries pay homage to the vast skills of local and international artists esteemed by the Nashville art community.
The Rymer Gallery
With 3,000 square feet of space, The Rymer Gallery
is a contemporary fine art gallery located in Nashville’s art district, Fifth Avenue of the Arts. The gallery is dedicated to showcasing art in many different forms, including paintings, sculptures, and statues. In cooperation with The Nashville Art Crawl
, The Rymer Gallery hosts as many as 2,500 guests on the first Saturday of every month, when art collectors gather to admire the works curated for the district’s galleries. The free event displays the work of local and world-renowned artists, offering guests the chance to learn more about the Nashville art scene.
Janice Zeitlin opened Zeitgeist
in 1994, and it’s been an active part of the Nashville art scene ever since. The gallery showcases works of both new and established artists. The many featured exhibits at Zeitgeist present works of art that are unique, colorful, and have a story to tell. Zeitgeist is a participant of the First Saturday Art Crawl
, a monthly event where you can experience a more intimate review of the art found at Zeitgeist.
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
Since 2001, the Frist Center for the Visual Arts
has been proudly showcasing works of visual art. New pieces come through the gallery every six to eight weeks, ensuring that those interested in supporting the Nashville art community are regularly exposed to something fresh. In addition to the various exhibits, the Frist Center also has the Martin ArtQuest Gallery
, an interactive art area geared toward children.
With a focus on Tennesseean and Southeastern artists, Cumberland Gallery represents works that include paintings, photography, sculptures, and works on paper. Since 1980, the gallery has welcomed both emerging and established artists.
Cumberland Gallery, 4107 Hillsboro Cir, Nashville, TN, USA, +1 615 297 0296
For nearly 40 years, Bennett Galleries has been housing contemporary fine art paintings and sculptures by artists of every experience level. Art lovers will find an evolving collection of abstract, figurative, and landscape works by local, regional, and international artists. In addition to those works, the gallery does custom archival picture framing and has a selection of ready-made frames available.
Bennett Galleries, 2104 Crestmoor Rd, Nashville, TN, USA, +1 615 297 3201
Located in the main lobby of the Sarratt Student Center at Vanderbilt University is the Sarratt Gallery
. The two-story space hosts free events sponsored by the Sarratt Visual Art Committee. Works by local and international artists in different media forms are showcased at the gallery, which hosts a Holiday Arts Festival in December every year.
The Arts Company
The Arts Company, part of the creative Fifth Avenue of the Arts community in Nashville, is over 6,000 square feet of space that hold contemporary works of art best described as eclectic and unique. The gallery shares 12 exhibitions each year that make their debut at First Saturday Art Crawl. Established in 1996, owner Anne Brown strives to make The Arts Company a place that features a diverse collection of visual art.
The Arts Company, 215 5th Ave N, Nashville, TN, USA, +1 615 254 2040
Red Arrow Gallery
Red Arrow Gallery
first set up shop in a building with a 15-foot red arrow sign, inspiring the gallery’s name and logo. With a special emphasis on undiscovered artists, the gallery presents high-caliber exhibits, focusing on contemporary works of art in all media forms. The goal of Red Arrow Gallery is to assist emerging artists in launching their careers and to educate art enthusiasts about new works.
Strong believers in community and collaboration, the team at Gallery Luperca
highlights the Nashville art scene through visual and performance arts. The East Nashville gallery hosts monthly exhibitions that feature emerging artists from the mid-south. In November 2015, Gallery Luperca teamed up with Nashville theater group N&XT with the hopes of building stronger relationships with local and national collaborators.
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