Daigh Rick Landscape Architects, LLC’s Galerie Tangerine is pleased to present, In The Future, Everything is Free, a "Pay What You Want" exhibition of new work by J. Todd Greene. His introspective work speaks of paradox and spirituality, using acrylics, oils, mixed media, sculpture and construction. As seen throughout Greene’s showcase, his paintings masterfully merge the materiality of paint with illusion and abstraction.
Galerie Tangerine is thrilled to present An Evening with the Artist: Corrine Colarusso discusses her work with Paul Polycarpou.
Colarusso's paintings concentrate our attention to what has been observed in the natural world. She says, "There is a metaphorical, fugitive quality to my work. It depicts not a comfortable nature, but a shifting one, acknowledging that we live in a time when technology seems increasingly natural to us and nature itself less so. And because of this, landscape, nature, and plant life, however beautiful and seemingly familiar, provide a speculative reality."
Polycarpou is Editor and CEO of Nashville Arts, a monthly publication dedicated to the visual, performing, and applied arts throughout Middle Tennessee.
Paintings by Corrine Colarusso
Corrine Colarusso examines our relationship with nature through lush abstraction, saying:
"We are connected and distanced to the patterns and signals found within the language of rocks, reeds, and vistas that glow. My paintings depict this duality that courses through even the most benign landscapes, as speculations on what is observed."
Exhibit through January 19, 2018
Musician CARIAD HARMON performs surrounded by JOHN PAUL KESLING’s Broken Mic:
"Being caught between two worlds is a common echo in Harmon’s life. She grew up in the crossroads of two cultures: the cynical sensibility of England, and the romantic innocence of the American dream. With an English mother and an American father, Harmon has often struggled with feeling like an outsider in both the English and American worlds; she now embraces this feeling in her folk-inspired songwriting, which can be ironic, cheeky, vulnerable, and euphoric at times."
Paintings by John Paul Kesling
John Paul Kesling reveals the scaffolding of our collective narrative in this series of humorous, poetic works. Dreamlike confusions of place, memory, and relationships point to a nostalgia not quite remembered, and unable to be forgotten.
Exhibit through October 6, 2017