When one thinks of plein air painting, the mind conjures up views of meadows, trees, mountains and sky, but Victoria Pearmain has a different take on painting on location. In her exhibit of recent works in oil, titled Urban Landscape, she has portrayed places in Chattanooga which are unnoticed by those passing by.
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In-Town Gallery, founded in 1974, is one of the oldest cooperative galleries in the nation. It presents the original work of more than 30 regional studio artists. Located at 26A Frazier
Avenue, between the Market Street and Walnut Street bridges, it is adjacent to Coolidge Park on the trendy “Hip to Historical” North Shore of the Tennessee River. The gallery is open every day year-round: 11am to 6pm Monday-Saturday, 1-5pm Sunday, and until 8pm on most First Fridays. For more information, call 423-267-9214, or visit www.intowngallery.com or www.facebook.com/intowngallery.