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In our age of excessive documentation, when every smart phone camera is a fountain of objectivity, it can be incredibly refreshing to find art that seeks to subvert the literal. Barrot Rendleman accomplishes this with painting and photography ... Read more

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American Impressionism is alive and well in Chattanooga. Award-winning artist Tori Parrish captures scenes with quick, energetic brushstrokes, translating and encoding moments of her life into dynamic oil paintings ... Read more

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A single glance is enough to get caught and immersed in the abstract environments created by local mixed media artist Caitlin Dickens. These gorgeous paintings offer hints and clues of landscapes, providing just enough suggestion of the natural ... Read more

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What was once known as “The Armpit Of The South” is well on its way to becoming the Belle of the Ball. For more than 30 years, Chattanooga has been in the midst of a citywide revitalization effort that is effectively transforming an industrial ... Read more

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Legendary Chattanooga area art institution Gannon Art Center is celebrating its 50th Anniversary with a party this Friday at 5:30 p.m. The small family business has been in operation since 1970, and has served more than three generations of ... Read more

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One doesn’t have to look far in Chattanooga to find quality realist oil paintings, as is evidenced by some prolific work at In-Town Gallery. Gay Arthur’s latest series examines change and the effects of time with still life and landscape ... Read more

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In less than a decade, Aaron Cowan has established himself as a leader in Chattanooga’s art community, a facilitator and a benefactor for the arts. His work has brought numerous opportunities to artists and greatly enriched local arts culture ... Read more

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A magnificent collection of fine wood furnishings is currently on display on Chattanooga’s North Shore, at the In-Town Gallery. Roger Harvey combines a lifetime of woodworking experience with local lumber, innovative processes, and lots of patience. Read more

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Upon first glance, some of her works might look like paintings or digital art—Sue Fox’s recent work pushes the boundaries of collage, conjuring landscapes, color fields, and Escher-esque multidimensional environments. Their complexity and ... Read more

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Chattanooga based artist Carrie Pendergrass cleverly combines innovation and discipline in her newest series of experimental painting/prints. These ecstatic explorations of color, line, rhythm, and form are created using a unique process developed... Read more

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Many local rock and roll fans and live music supporters know Kathleen Vlodek as the bassist/vocalist (and sometimes guitarist) of the stellar punk band One Timers—fans of the band know that they create a variety of music and that their songs ... Read more

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A scintillating collection of art is currently being produced by a duo of painters known as Videnda Vibes. Though their styles are different, Kayla Dalton and Jesse Shorter have managed to create a body of work that is cohesive as it is uniquely ... Read more

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On Chattanooga’s Southside, across the parking lot behind the new Moxy hotel, a striking collection of oil paintings is being created by Rik Herrmann at the WanderLinger Brewing Company. Rik’s work is objective, ranging in style from colorful ... Read more

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An exciting new outlet for local arts and crafts has opened in the Hixson/Middle Valley area. Braxton Mill Artisans’ Market at 8717 Hixson Pike is the companion business to Braxton Mill Furniture, the woodworking studio where local craftsman Sean ... Read more

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The historic Tivoli Theatre is without a doubt the crown jewel of Chattanooga’s performance spaces. Nestled in the heart of downtown in the 700 block of Broad Street, the city’s most beautiful venue hosts a variety of musicals, operas, ballets ... Read more

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An interesting selection of ceramic work is emerging from the Windy Hill Pottery studio. Master ceramicist Laurie Graham is “throwing outside the box”, creating a diverse collection of pots that are aesthetically pleasing as they are functional. Read more

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Chattanooga is home to a bevy of incredible figurative artists, one of whom is using his realism skills to create colorful visionary works. Though he has an extensive portfolio of traditional portrait and landscape work, Reagan Schmissrauter is ... Read more

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A milestone for Chattanooga’s film photography community is approaching on Friday, February 22 with the grand opening of Safelight District. The community darkroom and gallery will be open for use by the public, will host a variety of workshops ... Read more

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Be on the lookout for big things this year from Chattanooga-based artist James Bruneau. He is best known for his iconic painted portraits of pop culture icons, and his outlook is as unique as his work, which is a delightful blend of realism and ... Read more

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The holidays are a perfect time to see, and hear, a new series of sculptures that are housed among the treasures in the Bluff View Art District. St. Augustine-based ceramicist Ken Jensen makes clay horns, ocarinas, drums, and guitars that are ... Read more

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