Saturday, December 23, 2006

Happy Holidays from andee

Happy Holidays!

The first show of the year will be ALTERSCAPE in Knoxville, TN, at the basement gallery. This juried exhibition's reception will be part of Knoxville's Gallery Walk on Friday January 5th, 2007.
More about the exhibition and reception at:

Monday, December 04, 2006

A & L's Holiday Hot Dog and Art Stand

When my sister Leslie and I were kids, we use to set up our own hot dog stand and call it A & L's Hot Dog Stand. I think my mom got a kick out of giving us multiple packages of hot dogs to boil and kept us busy for a while. Funny thing is, we were always selective about who actually got to eat our hot dogs and when. To celebrate the hot dog stand and my mom this season, I have created HOT DOG paintings with 50% of the proceeds going to American Cancer Society.

These paintings portray different types of dogs wearing everything from "footie-PJs" to "Ma in her kerchief." Contact me for viewings and appointments.

Celebrate the season and help me in finding a cure!

Wednesday, November 29, 2006

The Busiest Time of the Year

2006 has been the busiest year yet for me as an artist, curator, consultant and facilitator. I can't thank everyone enough for the wonderful opportunities. Thanks for an outstanding year and for all of your support this year!

I am excited to offer 50% OFF my current work at my studio until the end of the year. If you have thought about a piece of my artwork before, this is your month. For the entire month of December, all of the paintings in my studio will be 50% OFF. Please contact me today to make an appointment to come by.

If you can't make it by the studio, let me know which piece of artwork you are interested in, and I can send you a digital image to view. I can also ship anywhere in the USA. Throughout the month of December you can find my work at Art & Invention Gallery (Nashville, TN), TWIST Art Gallery (Nashville, TN), The Gallery at 916 (Bowling Green, KY), and my studio, The Morris Alley Loft Studio (Historic Downtown Bowling Green, KY).

Many blessings to you and your's this holiday season.

Sunday, November 26, 2006

Holiday Art Exhibitions

Art & Invention
Holiday Art Exhibition
1106 Woodland Street
Nashville, TN 37206

TWIST Art Gallery
Sugar & Spice-Holiday Arts Bonanza!
December 2nd through January 5th: Harry and Becca Durnin along with Sugar & Spice: Twist's Holiday Arts Bonanza!
Contact: (615) 255-6530
Located at 73 Arcade Building in downtown Nashville between 4th and 5th Avenues and just north of Church Street

Both Holiday exhibitions will feature small paintings by Andee Rudloff.
BUY ART this holiday season!

Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Alterscape Exhibition-The Basement Gallery

Jurors, with help from Frank Waite, Martin Bromirski and T. Michael Martin, have selected Andee's work "Markly" from a competitive pool of applicants.

The exhibition dates are January 5th - January 26th with the opening reception to be held from 7PM-10PM on Friday, January 5th in conjunction with Knoxville's First Friday Art Walk.

The Basement Gallery
103-B W. Jackson Ave
Knoxville, TN 37902
Phone: (865) 437-9613

Thursday, November 16, 2006

Art & Invention Holiday show

Join us for a group show featuring
too many artists to list...including Andee Rudloff.
everything from fine art to artisan crafts!

Do your Holiday shopping with ART & Invention!

WHEN: December 2nd through December 24th

EXTENDED HOLIDAY HOURS: Monday - Saturday 10am - 6pm

Join us for the opening reception on
Saturday, December 2, 2006, 6pm - 10pm

Art & Invention Gallery
1106 Woodland Street / Nashville, TN 37206

Gallery Hours:
Fri. and Sat. 11am - 6pm
Sunday noon - 5pm

For Information Call 615.226-2070

Nashville Radio.Biz

Nashville's Hottest Internet Radio Station

Invites you to attend a Holiday Open House & Party

Thursday night, November 16th
7pm till Midnight

LIVE Broadcast

Come join the Radio Talk Show Hosts from Nashville Radio.Biz for a fun evening of food, music and special guests from the Nashville art scene including a Special Art Exhibition!

Featured artists include:

Andee Rudloff, Gina Julian, Marsha Rusk, Olga Alexeeva, Mel Davenport, Jack Coggins, Leslie Wilson, Jay Trimble, Keith Harmon, Franne Lee, Kathy Vago, Janet Lee, Mercedes Compton, Eric England, Christopher Scott Huffman and Mar Augelli.

Location of Nashville Radio.Biz:

144 2nd Ave. North STE 50

In the PILCHER BUILDING Basement level

Monday, November 06, 2006

Sugar&Spice:Twist Gallery's Holiday Art Salon

Sugar&Spice:Twist Gallery's Holiday Art Salon
artwork priced $25 to $250

Andee Rudloff, Stacey Irvin, Nancy VanReece, John Hung Ha, J.Todd Greene, Tiffany Dyer-Denton, Shana Kohnstamm, Samantha Callahan, Ben Vitualla, Alesandra Bellos, and more.
(image shown: "Waiting for Change" by Andee Rudloff)

Opening Reception
Saturday, December 2nd 6:00pm - 9:00pm
December 2nd, 2006 through January 5th, 2007

Twist Gallery
73 Arcade
5th Ave. North
Nashville, TN 37219

Sunday, November 05, 2006

Frist Bollards on display NOW

Saturday, Nov. 4th, the Frist (Nashville, TN) celebrated local artists through a juried process to paint one of their ten outdoor bollards. The bollard creations will remain on display throughout the holidays.
Andee's bollard design celebrates childhood memories...those memories of the holidays - the brightest and boldest holiday memories in our lives. The design celebrates Andee's mom, who made the holidays everyday in the Rudloff home.

Thank you to the Frist Center for the Visual Arts for this exciting Public Art opportunity!
Please swing by the Demonbreun side entrance of the Frist to see my creation.

Frist Center for the Visual Arts, 919 Broadway, Nashville, TN, 37203-3822 615.244.3340

Happiest of holidays!!!

Thursday, November 02, 2006

Andee's Artwork on Book Cover

Making Lesbians Visible in the Substance Use Field
Edited by Elizabeth Ettore, PhD, BA
This book presents a "lesbian sensitive" perspective to addiction through the counselors and therapists, community nurses, healthcare workers at treatment and rehabilitation centers, and students in psychology, sociology and nursing fields. Through critical social research paradigms, the book provides a better understanding of the misjudged and misunderstood women who have lived in society's shadows. This book transforms obsolete ideas, beliefs and practices, offering a perspective that has been missing from the field of substance abuse.

For a complete list of contents visit:

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Plowhaus is FIVE years old!

our 5th Anniversary Show Party Event, celebrating artists the same night as ARTRAGEOUS
Saturday - November 11th 2006 7pm - 11pm
with live music by Carrie Mills and East Nashville Cat House Blues and Good Time Boogie Band

Five years later...against all odds, we are still here!! To celebrate the occasion all of the alumni and present artists have been asked to put one piece on display for one weekend. This show will honor the artists that kept the Plowhaus going, for without them there wouldn't have been an artist co-op.

In light of the tragedy of 9-11, three artists stood outside a small store front on S. 17th St. in East Nashville, and made a promise to each other and themselves that they would stay close to home and work with local artists to start a grass roots artists' co-op, run and operated by local artists. From that day Plowhaus started to grow and it keeps growing. We started with a handful of artists, many of them have gone on to great success as Painters, Printmakers, Fabric Artists, Photographers, and Musicians!

Now Plowhaus has gained its 501(c)3 (non-profit) status, has over 80 members and occupies a 2000 sq. ft of space that they allow other artist groups to use such as: Untitled, SNAP, and The Plate Tone Printmakers.

It has been said by many " it's the coolest art space in town."

This Event is to show our community how grateful we are for their support over the years and to congratulate ourselves for the hard work we have done and continue to do in order to keep Plowhaus your local artists' coop going. There are over 100 artists in this show, including a lot of the original members:

J.D. Wilkes, Lesley Paterson-Marx, Franne Lee, Stacey Irvin, Bryce McCloud, Julie Sola, Eric England, Lynn Taylor, Keith Harmon, Sheila B., Annie Friedman, Joe Hardwick, Erika Wollam-Nichols, Lain York, Brittany Conners, Robert Vore, Joni Bishop. Tiffany Dyer-Denton, Jeff Frazier, Ali Bellos, Andee Rudloff, Patricia Earnhardt, Jennifer Quigley, Asia Mathis, Raeanne Rubinstein and many more!

You are invited to come celebrate with us!!

Show can be viewed...
Nov. 9th, 10th, 11th, & 12th
Thurs. 3-6pm, Fri. 3-6pm, Sat.11am-11pm , Sun. 1-5pm
Saturday, Nov. 11th reception 7-11pm

Friday, October 27, 2006

the Gallery at 916

The Re-Grand Opening and Open House for the Gallery at 916 in downtown Bowling Green, KY, will be held on Friday evening, November 3rd. The gallery will celebrate with many regional artists like George Vitorovich, Heath Seymour, Kaaren Hirshowitz Engel and also including artwork by Andee Rudloff.

the Gallery at 916
Friday, November 3rd, 2006
916 State Street
Bowling Green, KY 42101

No website for this gallery ya' Kristina says, "it is Bowling Green, KY...ya know."

Monday, October 23, 2006

Kaaren Engel at Harpeth Hall

Heart/Felt, a solo exhibition of paintings, sculpture, installations and mixed-media experimentations. Kaaren states, "I am excited to present these new pieces in such a beautiful setting."
On display at the Marnie Sheridan Gallery at the Harpeth Hall School (in the theatre building) from October 18 through December 8, 2006.
The artist's reception will be Thursday, October 26, 2006 from 5 - 7pm. Come on out and support my friend Kaaren!
The Gallery is open Mondays through Fridays from 8 - 5.

Harpeth Hall School
3801 Hobbs Rd
Nashville, TN 37215
(615) 292-9013

Sunday, October 08, 2006

Public Art Forum, Oct. 24

Metro Nashville Arts Commission & Arts at the Airport
presented a Public Art Forum
Becoming a Public Artist
Tuesday, October 24, 2006
Nashville Downtown Public Library
conference room on main floor
615 Church Street , Nashville, TN 37219

Public artist Sherri Warner Hunter described the process of moving from studio art into public spaces.
Topics included:
-What makes an artist a public artist?
-Where to find opportunities
-How to assess a RFP and Call to Artist request
-Proposal writing and presentation: Landing a public art commission
-Understanding the selection process

This Public Art Forum was FREE and funded under an agreement with the
Tennessee Arts Commission and National Endowment for the Arts.

For accommodation requests, please contact: Teri McElhaney, ADA Compliance Coordinator
800 Second Ave. South, 4th Floor, P.O. Box 196300, Nashville TN 37219-6300
(615) 862-6720, TTY Relay Service (800) 848-0298

For a complete outline of the forum, contact MNAC at

Thursday, October 05, 2006

"Markly' Buttons

"Markly" has been awarded a book cover with author Elizabeth Ettore!! News about the upcoming book release will come later.
Get your signed, numbered, limited-edition "Markly" buttons NOW. At $3.00 each, they are not going to last long. I will be selling them at Art & Invention Gallery this fall. You can also order them through my website.

Monday, October 02, 2006

My sweet friend, Patrick Fleming

Patrick Fleming July 21, 1970 - September 23, 2006

I have lost a dear friend, Patrick Fleming.

Patrick and I became friends while at a summer camp for young gifted artists when we were 15 years old. We spent years as pen pals, writing and drawing and creating things for one another...trusting the mail would alter them in all of the right ways...and then safely deliver the creation to the other's doorstep.

Away at college we learned, traveled and continued to create.

Soon after graduating, Patrick began to travel the world of fashion as I painted walls and paintings.
We met celebrities, sat atop buildings in NYC, and never ran out of ways to inspire each other.

Patrick passed away in late was his dear heart. I know...we will run together again someday.

I will miss his endless energy and original ideas. I will miss him dearly. Patrick's energy will continue to inspire me!

There will be a memorial service for Patrick at his apartment in Brooklyn on Saturday, October 28th from 2pm to 6pm.
Patrick's Memorial
330 Wythe #8A
Brooklyn, NY

Sunday, October 01, 2006

Mask Exhibition/Auction-FINAL High Bidders

Welcome to the MASK High Bidder page! The bidding is closed.

This has been so exciting, and I can't thank ALL of the bidders enough for making the Mask Exhibition and Auction so successful!

The MASK Exhibition and Auction artists and FINAL HIGH BIDS are as follows:

Lain York - oil painting on wood- DONNA HILL $410.00
Shana Kohnstamm- acrylic on canvas-LARRY WARDEN $225.00
Kaaren Hirschowitz Engel - paper assemblages/sculpture - Curly
Kaaren Hirschowitz Engel - paper assemblages/sculpture - Star MINA DOERNER $45.00 (pictured above)
Kaaren Hirschowitz Engel - paper assemblages/sculpture/felt - Wooly
Andee Rudloff - acrylic painting TERRY FLYNN $65.00
Sydney Reichman - copper and wood sculpture-GRETCHEN BETTERSWORTH $300.00
Samantha Callahan - small wall mounted sculpture SHANA KOHNSTRAMM $35.00
Ben Vitualla - Large Mask w/target
Kim Chalmers - paper mask CAMERON LEBEDINSKY $25.00
Kim Chalmers - paper mask(Fwog) MINA DOERNER $25.00
Robert Vore - wood assemblage
Robert Vore - painting on vellum DONNA HILL $150.00
Mel Davenport - acrylic painting
Tallon Chalmers- mixed media JIM GAINES $40.00
Brent Whitlow- photography BILL KREPPS $25.00
Brent Whitlow- photography BILL KREPPS $25.00
Ronnie Jaggers - paper sculpture PEG TRUMAN $40.00
Kim Soule- mixed media LAWRENCE FINLEY $45.00
Caroline Carlisle- paper mask HOPE SCANTLIN $45.00
Jodi Reeves - acrylic painting TOM MOORE $50.00
Jodi Reeves - framed mask sculpture PAMELA SPICHIGER $100.00
Teresa Christmas- mixed media PLUM TREE MONTESSORI $50.00
Henry Jones- framed painting KELLI STEEN $40.00
Chris Radus - metal sculpture PATTI MAUDLIN $60.00
Chris Radus - metal sculpture PATTI MAUDLIN $60.00

October 9th, 2006
Winning bidders have been announced above and names will be posted with the artwork until the close of the exhibition.
Winning bidders are asked to make their checks out to : ANDEE RUDLOFF 556 Morris Alley Bowling Green, KY 42101
Non-profit donation information and receits will be sent following payment received.

October 30th, 2006
Mask exhibition closes.
Pieces can be picked up at The Presbyterian Church, 1003 State Street, Bowling Green, KY.
Please contact Andee Rudloff about picking up your artwork.

Thank you very much for your support of the artists and the Bowling Green International Festival.

Thursday, September 07, 2006

New Landscapes

"Landscapes," an exhibition at the Donelson Corporate Center with Caroline Carlisle Consulting, is now being shown at Andee's studio in Bowling Green, KY.

All 15 paintings are acrylic and on 3' by 3' canvas and priced at $800 each.

The titles are:

1. Putting Out the Fire
2. As Clouds Move
3. Seed of Light
4. Shall We Meet
5. What the Clouds Brought
6. Along the Lil' Glen
7. ...a Break
8. Without Abandoning the Heart
9. Felt like a Tiny Village
10. Between Soul-mates
11. An Enormous Audience
12. End of the Evening
13. An Issue of Being Heard
14. Millions of Moments of Connection
15. What it's Like to be on Earth Today

Andee's studio and gallery is located at 556 Morris Alley in Bowling Green, KY.

Saturday, September 02, 2006

EARTHworks Invitational Fine Art Exhibition

EARTHworks Invitational Fine Art Exhibition
Saturday, October 14, 2006
Crystalwood Gallery
Houston Street
Nashville, TN
6-9 p.m.

Press Preview Oct. 14th from 4-5:30 p.m.

EARTHworks was organized in an effort to present emerging artists at the verge of success in their developing art careers - hopefully raising the bar, yet leaving the doors wide open for new talent and to encourage the discourse of what is and what isn't ART?!

Karen Abboud, New Orleans, LA

Lisa Ann Bachman, Nashville, TN

Alicia Beach, Columbia, TN

Amanda Crawford, Nashville, TN

Mel Davenport, Cottontown, TN

Tiffany Denton, Nashville, TN

Sharon Koomen Harmon, Nashville, TN

Kaaren Hirschowitz Engel, Nashville, TN

Sher Fick, Spring Hill, TN

Pat Flock, Cashiers, NC

Nena Guin, Nashville, TN

Meg Harper, Mesa, AZ

Kathy Hughes, New Orleans, LA

Stacey Irvin, Nashville, TN

Rachel Kirk, Ashland City, TN

Selena Long, Summerville, TN

Andee Rudloff, Bowling Green, KY

Marsha Rusk, Hendersonville, TN

Beth Seiters, Nashville, TN

George Vitorovich, Bowling Green, KY

The reception will also feature a signing/listening party for the newly-released album "One Opens Up" by Matthew Sigmon of Waleska, GA. Wine and refreshments will accompany a wide selection of works focusing on the power of nature, how it works for/with/against the human race. Works include New Orleans artists who attach Hurricane Katrina debris to the their encaustic paintings, as well as a wide variety of works by locally- known and newly- discovered artists including: textiles, nature sculptures, drawing, painting media, furniture, and installations in traditional and contemporary techniques.

Artist/Curator Sher Fick may be contacted at for press packs or for further information.

This exhibition is additionally held in honor of the Land Trust Alliance's national conference which will be held at the Nashville Convention Center, October 12 -14, 2006. Environmental organizations are encouraged to contact the Curator for display of earth-friendly, organic, vegetarian, or like-minded literature dissemination.

Thursday, August 31, 2006

NEW Twist Art Gallery Logo

Andee Rudloff and Stacey Irvin have finished the logo design for a NEW gallery in Nashville, TN, TWIST Art Gallery. Owners Beth Gilmore and Caroline Carlisle will showcase contemporary art by emerging and re-emerging artists from the region. Located in the Arcade Building in Downtown Nashville, TN, a visit to the gallery feels like a walk into a part of NYC. Come enjoy the cool vibe of the Arcade and TWIST!

Saturday, August 12, 2006

Humphrey's Backyard - Limited Edition prints

Humphrey's Backyard limited edition prints are currently available at Art & Invention Gallery for $15.00 each during the Tomato Art Exhibition, August 12th through September 16th, 2006.
Please contact the Gallery at 615-226-2070 or contact Andee.
"Humphrey's Backyard"
18" x 12"

Andee in the Tennessean!

See Andee's work and many, many other artists in the Tomato Art Exhibition at Art & Invention Gallery from August 12th until September 16th, 2006.

Special thanks to Gallery "Poo-bah" Meg MacFayden, PR Muse Lisa Collins, and Tennessean Staff Writer Jonathan Marx!

Sunday, August 06, 2006

Chaney's - Bowling Green, KY

Andee has created a new landscape mural for Chaney's newest location at the Fairview/Cambridge Square shopping area in Bowling Green, KY.
The mural was completed in time for the Grand Opening on Saturday, August 5th.
Chaney's is a homemade ice cream parlor with a down-home feel...stop in and give Chaney's a try during the hot summer months.
For more about Chaney's visit:

For commissions and questions, please contact Andee:

Sunday, July 23, 2006

PrintPop "Print of the Day"

Andee is the featured "Print of the Day" artist on
After today, you will still be able to find Andee's work on PrintPop.
If you are not familiar with PrintPop, please visit:

or contact:

Devin W. Walker
785.841.7530 - Office
866.81.ART4U - Toll Free
501-637-8943 - efax

Friday, July 21, 2006

Medical Center - Cancer Center

Currently being exhibited are paintings by Andee in the Cancer Center at the Medical Center in Bowling Green, KY. The exhibition includes various landscapes and explorations of areas of the world. These paintings express a sense of travel and transceding, and Andee hopes the familes and individuals at the Cancer Center will enjoy them.

The Cancer Center is located at 350 Park Street in Bowling Green, KY, 42101. The Cancer Center is open daily from 8:30am until 4:30pm and the public is invited to view the works during those hours.

The exhibit runs through September 14th, 2006.

Special thanks to Capitol Arts Gallery Director Lynn Robertson for inviting me to show my work in this special exhibition.

37206 exhibition - August

east nashville artists east nashville community

Artists in the 37206 area code will celebrate their neighborhood with an art exhibition at Bongo Java East(BJRC) during the month of August 2006.
Artists were invited to create a piece of artwork that celebrates EAST NASHVILLE!

Artist, curator and part-time resident of East Nashville Andee Rudloff came up with the idea over coffee with artist, resident and "hoo-Lah hoop-R" Sunny Becks.

Artists in the show include Erika Johnson, Melissa Duke, Nancy VanReece, Stacey Irvin, Coral Smith, Wendy Alexander, Franne Lee, Rachel Paul, Meg MacFayden, Julie Sola, Sunny Becks, Andee Rudloff, Gregg Boling, Brooke Ludwick and more.

The exhibition "37206" will run from August 1-31, 2006

BJRC Cafe is located at 107 S. 11th St. Nashville, TN 37206 (615) 777-BJRC

Bongo Java Roasting Cafe(East) History
Our East Nashville location is a combination roasting factory and cafe.
Cafe East features a full line of coffee drinks, coffee by the pound,
pastries and sandwiches.

For questions about the exhibit, please contact Andee:

Tomato Art Fest -Closes Sunday, Sept. 10

I am thrilled to be the Curator and an artist in the Tomato Art Fest Alley Gallery again this year. Other artists featured in the Alley are: bookbinder Britt Stadig, sculptor Rosemary Swain, design gu-ru Scott Gubala, painter Nancy VanReece, and crafter Keiya Simmons.
Over 100 "tomato" artists will be featured inside Art & Invention Gallery located at 1106 Woodland Street, Nashville, TN 37206, throughout August and September.

Sunday, June 18, 2006

Caroline Carlisle Consulting

Caroline Carlisle Consulting is a comprehensive art service firm that specializes in art planning, acquisitions and installation. We work with clients to create and implement art plans for new and existing spaces. Services include acquisitions, coordination of temporary exhibitions, site-specific art commissions, artist-designed architectural elements, installation, framing and presentation.

How you choose to fill the bare walls in your space communicates a significant message. The right art can enhance a space and create an atmosphere that reflects your organization's mission. We take the hassle out of the selection and acquisition process and assist you in finding what best suits your needs and taste. Whether you need a few pieces of art or an entire collection, we can help.

Our extensive network of resources and contacts in the art community is our greatest asset and become a tool for you.

Andee Rudloff is among several artists chosen to be a part of Caroline Carlisle's online gallery of artists.

For more:

Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Fund for Will ClenDening

It is with great sadness that I inform you of the death of Will ClenDening, a Watkins School alumnus and rising star in the Nashville art community.

Will died Saturday morning, June 4th, around 10 a.m. He was driving his motorcycle in Dickson County, laid the bike down on a curve and hit a car. He broke his neck on impact and died instantly.

In Will's memory, contributions can be made to a memorial scholarship fund that has been created at Watkins College of Art and Design. Please be sure to identify your donation to the WILL CLENDENING FUND and send it to:
Watkins College of Art and Design
attn: Jim Brooks
2298 MetroCenter Blvd.
Nashville, TN 37228

His energy and ideas will be very missed!

Sunday, June 04, 2006

Arts at the Airport June-August Exhibits

Summer 2006 - Flying Solo Exhibitions
Celebrating 10 YEARS of Flying Solo 1996-2006
Arts at the Airport
Nashville International Airport
June 9-September 3, 2006
All images for artists can be found in the NEWSROOM at:

A Walk Through Tennessee

Ticketing Lobby

John Hung Ha was born in Saigon, Vietnam, and currently resides in Brooklyn,
NY. After attending Hillsboro High School in Nashville, TN, followed by
studies in Graphic Design at Memphis College of Art, John received his BFA
from Rhode Island School of Design with an emphasis in printmaking. Hung
Ha's images are created by manipulating multi-geometric color patterns to
imply space and pattern commonly seen in Op art and Asian art. There is no
shortage of energy when it comes to Hung Ha's experiences and his methods of
bridging his Eastern style of painting with Western culture.

"I am fascinated with art as a visual equivalent to energy. My rhythmic work
includes i-media prints to multimedia decoupage paintings made of oils,
acrylics, enamels, hand cut stencils, interference paint and epoxy resins."

Ticketing Lobby

Accomplished and beloved Nashville sculptor Sydney Reichman has been
creating sculpture both regionally and nationally for over 30 years. Living
and working in a woodland setting has infused Reichman's work with a
spiritual dynamism and deep connection to her surroundings. Her ability to
shape and command copper into lyrical forms and figures allows viewers to
experience flight while staying grounded.

"There is continual tension in the pieces I create that move between the
primitive and the modern; the technical and the magical; the seeker and the
witness," Reichman shares. "With these themes a constant in my work, it is
my desire to explore the fragile and powerful landscape where humans
intersect with their environment."

Concourse C

Byron Jorjorian found a purpose in photography at an early age in rural
Mississippi. With an interest in biology and the daily routine as caretaker
to the family's animals, young Jorjorian sharpened his eye and his
appreciation of the wonders of nature. His grandfather noted his artistic
interests and gave him his first camera. Now Jorjorian has over 10,000
images published worldwide.

"The natural world is a source of fascination and inspiration to me. For me,
the camera is like a painter's brush, which I use to create my vision of
nature. My challenge is magnified when the abstract subject is nature and
the journey goes beyond its literal interpretation. The natural wonders of
Tennessee are a fountain of inspiration to me, and I still find myself in awe."

Fine Dining Area

Maine was home to fabric artist Diane Getty until she ventured to
Albuquerque, NM, to attend the University of New Mexico. Upon completing her
Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with an emphasis in metalwork and jewelry,
Getty continued her studies, earning her Master of Fine Arts degree at East
Tennessee State University in Johnson City, TN. Several moves and ten years
later, Getty returned to Tennessee where she resumed her career as an
artist. She shifted her creative efforts to work in fiber art and fabric

"I am inspired by the beauty, patterns and colors of my home in the
Cumberland Plateau and I interpret what I see. I experiment with painting on
fabric, incorporating collage and stitching into my pieces," Getty explains.
It's the best of both worlds the landscape and the process of creation
sustain me."

Keep the Night Train Rolling (Exhibition Continues)
An Exhibit of Community Murals
Concourse Connector

Student murals inspired by the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's 2004-2005 exhibition:
Night Train to Nashville: Music City Rhythm & Blues, 1945-70.


Arts at the Airport receives funding for the visual arts from the
Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) and the Tennessee Arts
Commission (TAC). Music performances are sponsored by MNAA, Delaware North
Companies, Inc. and The Paradies Shops. The Flying Solo Exhibition Series is
funded in part under an agreement with the TAC and the National Endowment
for the Arts. For more information about Arts at the Airport, please call
(615)275-1614 or visit

Andee Rudloff
Curator Arts at the Airport
One Terminal Drive
Suite 501
Nashville, TN 37214-4114
(615) 275-1614
FAX (615) 275-4013

Bring on the HEAT-JUNE 9th

Untitled's next show is:
a one-night-only art exhibition
Friday, June 9, 2006
6-10 pm
The Anchor
629 3rd Ave. South
Nashville, TN 37210
FREE, open to the public

Andee is among over a hundred artists that you will be able to view at HEAT!

Monday, May 22, 2006

5th Annual Legends of the Blues Festival

Memorial Day!!! Monday, May 29th, 2006, come join in the Legends of Blues Festival at Centennial Park in Nashville, TN, from 1:00pm untl 7:00pm. The festival boasts of some of the best music and art you are going to find anywhere! This festival supports the Music City Blues Society and is sponsored by the Metro Parks.
Andee will be exhibiting her work, including paintings and prints, with other artists throughout the permitting.

Memorial Day
Monday, May 29th
1:00pm to 7:00pm
Centennial Park
Nashville, TN

From Our Perspective:National Women's Exhibit

The Womencenter of Oakland Community College's Orchard Ridge Campus in Farmington Hills, CA, announces a call for entries.

The deadline for completed applications is August 1st, 2006. The show is open to all women artists living in the United States.

For an exhibit prospectus, visit:

The exhibit will run from September 21st until October 13th, 2006, in the Smith Theatre Gallery.
Artists will be recognized at a reception and awards will be handed out the evening of September 21st at 7:00pm.
The juror for the exhibit is Pi Benio.

For more information email Sandra at:

Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Relay for Life

My brother's wish was answered by many during the Relay for Life June 2nd and 3rd in Bowling Green, KY. Thank you so very much for your support and donations!
My mom, Rita Rudloff, is almost a one year survivor of brain lymphoma and was able to attend the opening ceremony!
The team won a 2006 Spirit Award!!! The team also received much praise for a large painting of Dr. Seuss thay had...hhhmmm, wonder who did that?

My brother's letter is below:
Dear Friends,

As many of you know, our family has had the challenge of helping my mother as she battled cancer. After spending several months taking my mother from test to test, she was diagnosed with Primary Central Nervous System Lymphoma right before Thanksgiving of 2005. Our family really pulled together throughout those many difficult months. Through wonderful doctors, my mother's tremendous WILL, family strength, and the grace of God, her cancer is considered in remission. My mother did undergo intense chemotherapy at Vanderbilt Medical Center throughout the winter months and is still recovering from the effects. We wait and wonder, if it will return. It is a numbing feeling.

This experience has made my wife Melissa and me keenly aware of how many people are affected by cancer. As a result, we decided to be proactive and support our community by participating in the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life event. The American Cancer Society (ACS) funds more than $100 million dollars of cancer research a year. We want to help them fight cancer and raise awareness about cancer prevention.

On June 2, at Bowling Green High School, in Bowling Green, KY; we will join our other team members from the Bowling Green Christian Church and the community to walk from sun-down to sun-up in an overnight celebration of life and cancer survivorship in honor of my mother and the many others who have battled this devastating disease. We invite you to support our team.

Please consider giving a gift to the American Cancer Society, through our team here in Warren County, KY. Our team is striving to raise $2500 to help meet the local goal of $170,000. All donations are tax-deductible. Please consider giving whatever you can to help others fight the battle of cancer. Your checks can be made out to American Cancer Society and need to be returned to the address below no later than Monday, May 22.

Thank you in advance for your generous support.

Checks can be mailed to my office at:
Rudloff & Rudloff
Attn: Dan Rudloff
553 E. Main St.
Bowling Green, KY 42101

I appreciate your time and donation.

Dan Rudloff

Monday, May 01, 2006

Silent Auction closes MAY 28th at 5:00pm

The Phoenix Theatre is always proud of their theatre performances, but this month they have a Gallery exhibit you can not miss...the SILENT AUCTION exhibit with NO STARTING BIDS! Your bids start with what you think it is worth and grow throughout the entire month of May.

Of course, the highest bidder wins, so keep an eye on your favorite artwork to make sure you are the highest bidder!

The exhibit and SILENT AUCTION will close and works will go home with the winners on May 28th, when the performance of The Jungle Book closes.
If it is like last time, the theatre gallery will be full of people guarding their artwork until the finish. It is a blast! 50% of the sale goes to the theatre and their programs, so bid high, often...just bid.

Artists in the exhibit include Kaaren Hirschowitz Engel, Dale Conway, Kristina Arnold, Andee Rudloff, Gayle Novick, Franne Lee, Peggy Truman, Mark Griffin, Victor Sweatt, Lynn Robertson and more. Drawing, painting, photography, prints, pastels and sculpture are represented in this ONE MONTH ONLY exhibit.

Please contact Andee to come by and see the show, or view the gallery before any performance.

Special thanks to the support of the artists, the theatre and all the bidders!

Make sure you are the highest there Sunday, May 28th at 5:00pm!!!

Karel Appel Collectors

Andee is working with a client who is willing to part with three Karel Appel works on paper at this time. Please contact Andee Rudloff concerning the sale of all three Karel Appel works on paper. All are signed and numbered and an image of the each of can be supplied. The price of these works can be supplied to serious buyers and collectors only.

Contact Andee Rudloff at:

West Tennessee Regional Art Center - Juror

Juror and Honorees announced for the West Tennessee Regional Art Center's Invitational Art Exhibition

A month-long exhibition of works by area and regional artists has been an official event of the West Tennessee Strawberry Festival since 2001.

Beginning this year, the show honors five carefully-chosen West Tennessee artists. Honorees have been invited to display a choice sampling of their very best works. An expert in the field will select the one exhibited work deemed to best exemplify superlative achievement in the visual arts. The winner of The Grand Award of the 2006 Strawberry Festival's WTRAC Invitational Art Exhibition will receive a $500 cash award. The 2006 Grand Award is generously sponsored by Humboldt Utilities. Juror for the 2006 invitational exhibition is Andee Rudloff, professional artist as well as curator at the Nashville International Airport.

As curator, Rudloff plans and coordinates all programs related to the airport's public art projects, including the oversight of the permanent art collection and music performances. Her schedule is also very busy with painting and mural projects, teaching and event coordinating. In 2005, Rudloff curated and coordinated the Sarratt Gallery/Vanderbilt University "At Home on Tour" exhibition. She also served as a handler and conservator at the Newport Beach Art Museum and the Laguna Beach Art Museum in California. She's a native of Bowling Green, Ky.

The following artists are being honored at the exhibition: Lee Benson, Peggy King, Libby Lynch, Lendon Noe, and Janice Sumler. Benson is a Professor of Fine Arts in Sculpture and Ceramics at Union University in Jackson. King is a retired art instructor and administrator from Martin, Tennessee. Lynch is a high school art instructor at the University School of Jackson. Noe is a Professor of Art at Lambuth University in Jackson. Sumler is a professional watercolorist who teaches painting classes and workshops in Jackson/West Tennessee.

Make plans to attend the opening reception on Sunday, May 7, 2006, from 2-4pm in the Upstairs Gallery of WTRAC, 1200 Main Street, Humboldt. Come early to preview the works on display and stay to experience the excitement as The Grand Award winner for 2006 is announced!

And the winner is....
Aaron Lee Benson!!
Congrats to all of the artists!

For more information about the center, visit:

Friday, April 28, 2006

Teacher-Student Show-Memphis Marsha's

Memphis Marsha's Art Gallery and Classes
Our Third Annual
Teacher-Student Art Exhibition
April 30-May 27
Join Us for the Opening Reception:
Sunday, April 30, 2-4.
Exhibiting Teachers:
Philip H Holder
Nell Peperis
Tom Poole
Delaire Rowe
Andee Rudloff

Our address and telephone are:
524 E 12th Ave, Bowling Green, KY
(between State & Chestnut Streets)
270-843-1726, or Toll Free: 1-877-640-7973
We are open Thursdays-Saturdays, 10-4 CT, or by appointment.

Sunday, April 23, 2006

Joe Downing Collectors

Andee has been working with a collection containing many Joe Downing works on paper and also includes an original Joe Downing sculpture. If you are interested in the Joe Downing pieces, please contact Andee Rudloff via email with your contact information.

Contact Andee Rudloff at:

Saturday, April 22, 2006

At Home model at FSU

The At Home Project 1/12th scale model will be exhibited as part of "The Family Experience" exhibition at FSU's MoFA. The model was created by Western Kentucky University Professor John Oakes and artist Andee Rudloff. For more on the At Home On Tour and the model visit:

May 12 - June 2, 2006
The Family Experience (Upper Gallery)
Curators: Marcia Rosal and Viki Thompson Wylder

Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts (MoFA)
MoFA's Visitor Information
East Wing of the Fine Arts Building, located at the corner of West Tennessee & Copeland Streets on the campus of the Florida State University
Phone (850)644-6836; Fax (850)644-7229

Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts
250 Fine Arts Building
Tallahassee, FL 32306-1140
Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm (September-April)
Closed on Holidays and weekends May-August, unless otherwise noted

Friday, April 21, 2006

East Academy/Plowhaus

Andee painted with the fourth grade class at East Academy in east Nashville on Friday, April 21st. We worked hard to create BIG really get that, you will have to attend the exhibit and auction on May 19th and May 20th at Plowhaus Co-Op in east Nashville.
Artists from Plowhaus partnered with teachers and parents from East Academy to create artwork for the exhibit and auction. The event hopes to bring much needed funds to East Academy and bring many new faces to the coolest gallery in Nashville, PLOWHAUS CO-OP!

Andee would like to thank her parent helper, Shelley Douglas Freeman!!!---THANK YOU so much!!! Also, special thanks to Photographer Stacey Irvin for her photo documentation of the class project, and Plowhaus Founder Franne Lee for being there on the scene...WHAT FUN!

For more on Plowhaus:
For more on East Academy:

Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Artists needed-Mask Exhibit and Auction

Bowling Green International Festival and artist Andee Rudloff are joining forces once again this year to create a NEW and exciting art event in Bowling Green, KY...the Bowling Green International Festival Mask Exhibit and Auction. This auction will be a fundraiser for the Bowling Green International Festival. Each mask, or mask inspired work, will be auctioned with 30% of the final auction price to be paid to the individual artist. So artists do not have to GIVE IT ALL AWAY. This exhibit is an aggressive attempt at celebrating community diversity, recognizing artists and promoting the festival in a unique and inclusive way. The Presbyterian Church in downtown Bowling Green, KY, will generously host the exhibition and auction in their Fellowship Hall and public art space.

All artists in the exhibit and auction will enjoy 3 OPENING RECEPTIONS, loads of PR and visibility, and 30 % of the earnings from the auction.

At this time we are looking for artists willing to create a mask or mask-inspired artwork for an exhibition and auction in September/October 2006 and during the Bowling Green International Festival.
I want to personally invite you to be a part of this exhibit. I hope you will consider supporting the festival through this wonderful and much anticipated exhibition. A formal CALL TO ARTISTS will go out in the next month, so keep you eyes out for it.

The Mask Exhibit and Auction timeline is as follows:
September 2006
-All Mask Exhibition entries received by September 6th, 2006
-Curate and install Mask Exhibit at The Presbyterian Church September 14-16, 2006

September 17th, 2006
-Presbyterian Church Liturgical Music Festival opening night & artist reception
-Music at 3:00pm, Art reception 4:00pm-6:00pm

September 22nd, 2006
-BG Int Fest Mask Exhibition Opening Reception, as part of the BG Int. Fest Gallery Walk, 5:00pm-9:00pm
-Professional artists lecture at 5:00-6:00pm in the Fellowship Hall at the Presbyterian Church

September 22-30, 2006
-BG Int. Fest. Gallery Walk
-The Presbyterian Church is open weekdays from 8:30am – 4:30pm

September 30th, 2006
-Artists from Mask Exhibit make appearances on the festival stages to remind people about auction at the church
-Silent bids will be taken throughout the duration of the exhibition

October 9th, 2006
-Mask Auction closes at 4:00pm
-Winning bids are announced at 5:00pm
-Winners are notified of pick up date and time
-Winners names are posted beside their art for the remainder of exhibit

October 27th, 2006
-Mask exhibit closes and all pieces are picked up

For more information about the festival visit:

The Presbyterian Church is located in downtown Bowling Green, KY, at 1003 State Street, 42101

Friday, April 07, 2006

Plum Tree Montessori School Fundraiser, May 11th

Plum Tree Montessori School Fundraiser, May 11th, 2006!! Plum Tree Montessori School believes in the value of art in education. To support the school, and raise money for more art supplies and happenings, Andee has donated a $100 OFF gift certificate for a mural project. Andee believes this special gift certificate is perfect for anyone whether it be at home or your business.
Please choose to support the Plum Tree Montessori School Fundraiser, May 11th. The fundraiser will be held at the school located at 436 Plum Springs Road in Bowling Green, KY. Feel free to call: (270) 781-6980

BAR-B-Que Mural

Welcome to the newest BBQ place in Bowling Green, KY - BAR-B-Que Junction.!!! Sitting in between Total Fitness Connection and Emmet Drive on Russellville Road, it is an easy stop and the only resturant where you will eat with original art and a covered wagon in the dining area.
Andee has been asked to create a mural as well as an old fashioned wood sign for BAR-B-QUE JUNCTION. It is going to be fun!
Opening mid-April 2006.

Andee in Logan County, KY

Andee's work will be exhibited at the Logan County Public Library during the Flying Fish Festival, APRIL 22nd and throughout the month of April 2006. This exhibit is open to the public during library hours.
Central Library
201 West 6th Street
Russellville, KY 42276
(270) 726-6129

Thanks to photographer and writer Mark Griffin for encouraging me to exhibit.

Friday, March 31, 2006

Andee wins the Women of Achievement Award in Art

The following story was taken from the Bowling Green Daily News article:
A glittering crowd of about 200 warmly applauded winners Thursday night at the Bowling Green Human Rights Commission 15th annual Women of Achievement Awards, held this year at the Sloan Convention Center.

Winners reacted with delight and gratitude for the awards honoring their personal victories and generous contributions to the community.

“Oh, this is awesome! This is the best place anyone could ever be, here with all these women!” said Rose Davis Thomas, who took home the Women Reaching Higher trophy.

Afterward, as the honorees posed for group portraits, she chatted excitedly with local artist Andee Rudloff, who won the Arts award. Thomas eagerly anticipated the formal dinner as a chance to make new friends and contacts, she said.

Those sentiments were shared by winners, including Romanza Johnson, who received the Lifetime Achievement Award.

“It's a pleasure to see the many people gathered together to honor volunteers in our community,” said Johnson, a civic volunteer for decades.

“I feel very honored and humbled to have been nominated, and to win this,” she said. “People in this community are very good to let me do what I do.”

Mistress of ceremonies and WKYU-TV host Barbara Deeb, Warren County Judge-Executive Mike Buchanon and Bowling Green Mayor Elaine Walker declared their gratitude for having so many local women whose service in varied fields improves the lives of all area residents.

“It was a great honor to be nominated. I'm just speechless - I don't know what to say,” said Woman of the Year Judy Towe.

Linda Strite Murnane, executive director of the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights, said she was delayed on her way to the banquet, but determined to come.

“This is the premier Women's History Month event in the Commonwealth of Kentucky,” Murnane said.

Warren County Clerk Dorothy “Dot” Owens, named 2006's Woman of Distinction, said she was honored to be chosen from among numerous excellent nominees.

“It's fantastic. I didn't anticipate to win,” she said. “There were a lot of worthy ladies.”

After a presentation on women's rights from Girls Inc. and a performance by the Kaleidoscope Dance Troupe, the awards were handed out.

The Arts Award went to Rudloff, whose murals are sprinkled around downtown. She is an arts instructor at the Capitol Arts Center and curator of art displays at Nashville International Airport.

The Business Award was given to Donita Wimpee, who owns restaurants in Bowling Green and Smiths Grove, and helps with many local charitable organizations.

The Community Service Award this year went to Regina Gomez, who graduated from Western Kentucky University within four years of her arrival from Columbia. She now works for DTM Distributors and does much volunteer work with the Latino community.

The Elementary Education Award went home with Crystal Hardeman, a Western graduate working at the Housing Authority of Bowling Green.

The Middle Grades Education prize went to Tracy Williams, director of Project: AIMS, which helps about 60 minority students prepare for high school.

There were no nominees for this year's High School Education honor, Deeb said.

The College Education Award was given to Jacqueline Pope-Tarrence, an associate professor of psychology at Western, director of the Kentucky School Board Association and member of the Kentucky Commissioner of Education's Advisory Council.

The Entrepreneurship prize went to Maureen Mahaney, public information coordinator for LifeSkills and owner of a business supplying print materials for local nonprofits.

The Posthumous Achievement Award went to Lillian South, the first state bacteriologist, first person in Kentucky to get a master's degree in public health, founder of St. Joseph's Hospital in Bowling Green and author of a pioneering study of hookworm.

Cora Jane Spiller, who both presented and accepted South's award, announced the Warren County Medical Society is asking for a state historical marker for South.

The Science and Health Award was given to Vicki Weaver, manager for employee health services at Commonwealth Health Corp., where she oversees the health of 2,800 employees at four hospitals.

The Woman of Distinction, Owens, has worked in the Warren County Clerk's office since 1978 and was elected clerk in 2003. She's overseen several upgrades to the office.

The Women's First prize went to Leisha Carr, the first African-American woman to be communications center supervisor at the Bowling Green Police Department.

Women Reaching Higher winner Thomas is a graduate of the Reach Higher program. She became the first full-time woman in the Bowling Green Municipal Utilities Water-Sewer Operations Department, where she's done everything from unstopping sewers to updating databases.

The Woman of the Year prize went to Towe, who's been Barren River Area Safe Space Domestic Violence Shelter crisis counselor since 1990.

The Youth Achievement Award - which came with a $1,000 scholarship - went to Gambia Flemister, a tutor and Learning Center supervisor at the Housing Authority of Bowling Green, who finished a college degree while raising a daughter.

Lifetime Achievement Award winner Johnson was the first woman elected to the Farm Service Agency, first president of the Houchens Center for Women, and helped establish many local community-service organizations.

After the awards were announced, Bowling Green Human Rights Commission Executive Director Linda McCray called for recognition of all the women who, through various local organizations, gave aid to victims of hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Murnane seconded that commendation on behalf of her two daughters who, as residents of western Louisiana, endured both storms.

McCray finished with a toast to “all of those women who came before us,” exceeding societal expectations and limitations.

Saturday, March 25, 2006

Chuck's Liquors-Bowling Green, KY

Andee was hired by Clark Distribution to paint two logo type murals inside the new Chuck's. Andee painted the Miller High Life Genuine Draft "Woman in the Moon," the oldest and most internationally recognizable Miller Beer logo. Andee also painted the Red Stripe Jamaican Beer Beach Scene in a Red Stripe bottle promoting Red Stripe's idea of life is just for living.

The interior has artwork by other local artists as well. Please support Chuck's and Clark Distribution, as they choose to support local artistic talent in their businesses.

The NEW Chuck's Liquors in Bowling Green, KY, is located at 575 Veteran's Memorial Highway. There is always Friday Night Wine Tasting from 5pm to 7pm. Call Dale to find out more about Chuck's specials and events: (270)846-2626

Look for the Miller Woman in the Moon and the Red Stripe Beach Scene...there are prizes for those who tell me what's under the logo paintings.


Aerial Innovations-Nashville, TN

Aerial Innovations of Tennessee has selected Andee to design a special logo to be placed in every window of their new office building. The Aerial Innovatios Building is located on Main Street in East Nashville at 1000 Main Street, Suite 201
Nashville, TN 37206.

Aerial Innovations of Tennessee, Inc. is a full service photography company covering Tennessee including Nashville, Memphis, Knoxville, and Chattanooga. Aerial Innovations provides Aerial & Architectural Photography to the construction and real estate industries. Architects, developers and business development executives are taking their business to a higher level with Aerial Innovations of Tennessee.
For more information visit:

Logo and Poster - Warren County Democratic Party

Andee was chosen to create a logo and poster design for the annual Jody Richards Golf Classic to raise funds for the Warren County Democratic Party. No matter what your political convictions are, both the logo and poster design are outstanding! Special thanks to Shannon Morgan for his help in the development of the logo and poster design.

At Home On Tour

The At Home On Tour travels next to Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts, where it will be part of the exhibit, The Family Experience, May 12 - June 2, 2006. The curators are Marcia Rosal and Viki Thompson Wylder. Andee operated as a Coordinator and Artist on this exhibit. As artists of the At Home Model, WKU Professor John Oakes and Andee Rudloff will be featured in the exhibit catalog.

Please check the site for more information on the tour:

Friday, March 24, 2006

Women of Achievement-Human Rights Commission

Andee Rudloff has been nominated as a Woman of Achievement in the Cultural Arts for the Bowling Green/Warren County, KY 2006 Women of Achievement Awards. This annual award is voted on by the community and the previous winners of the award. The awards are presented by the Human Rights Commission and the city of Bowling Green, KY.
The reception and awards night will be Thursday, March 30th from 6pm until 8pm at the Sloan Convention Center in Bowling Green, KY.

For more information or to reserve tickets, Contact Linda McCray at:

Friday, March 10, 2006

Andee and Bellewood awarded Learn and Serve Grant

I am so very happy to announce that the Bellewood Home for Children and Andee Rudloff were awarded a Learn and Serve Grant from Bowling Green(KY)'s Community Education. The Learn and Serve grant money will go towards a special production based on the life of Rosa Parks. The money will help purchase needed art supplies, materials for a set design, props and costumes. We will create special music mixes via the computer and burn copies onto special CDs for distribution. We will also receive help on songs and dance movements from community member Felicia Bland.
The performance is currently being booked at schools and after school programs. To book this performance, please contact Andee Rudloff.

The Learn and Serve grant is exciting news, and will help further the arts program at Bellewood Home for Children in Bowling Green, KY.

For more information on Bellewood, visit:

Monday, February 27, 2006

Flying Solo-Arts at the Airport-March 4th to June 4th

Nashville International Airport[1 Terminal Drive (615)275-1614] OPENING MARCH 4th, 2006 through June 4th, 2006

"Flying Solo" works by Keith Harmon, Mary Spellings and Klaus Kallenberger through June 4th, 2006.
All "Flying Solo" exhibits above open to the public 24 hours a day.

Klaus Kallenberger

March 7 - June 4, 2006


Klaus Kallenberger resides in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, and has been a designer most of his life. Whether teaching design at the university level or completing his next quilt, his work exudes an awareness of the systems of balance, contrasting colors, pattern, texture and shape.

Klaus recalls, "The quilt I slept with for many years became so worn it became necessary to replace it. As I loved this quilt very much, I opted to design and sew a new cover for it. Sewing this quilt got me interested in making more. Two years later, I have designed and made 16 quilts with number 17 under construction.

I am still sleeping each night with my old quilt, but now under a new cover, so to speak."

Mary Spellings

March 7 - June 4, 2006

Fine Dining/Bank Walls

Mary Spellings is a west Tennessee native and currently residing in Mercer, Tennessee. She received her BA in art from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. She is known for her limited edition prints of west Tennessee landmarks. In her more than 30 years of painting, Mary's focus has been watercolor and pastel. She is a member of the Germantown Art League, the Kentucky Watercolor Society, the Jackson Art Association, and a signature member of the Tennessee Watercolor Society.

Mary credits a strong connection to family, friends, faith and community filling her soul with the love of color, shape, light, music and life. "I paint a person's character - relationships between people and animals and places. I want to encourage people to share their lives and cherish each precious moment, for each of us are only ripples in the water of time."

Keith Harmon

March 7 - June 4, 2006


Keith Harmon busily works in his Marathon Village studio in the heart of Nashville, Tennessee. After receiving his BFA from Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro in 1995, Keith quickly began showing art in restaurants and exhibit spaces. Keith is one of the founding members of Plowhaus Co-Operative and actively exhibits with the Untitled artist group. His work is not limited to painting, Keith also creates ceramics, furniture and stained glass.

"The work in this exhibit is an expression of Nashville through its people." explains Keith. "This is the Nashville I experience through the language of painting. Metaphorically speaking, I take ownership, far beyond that of a proprietor, of the places I frequent - as do others in the community. It might be a familiar face at bar, restaurant, music venue, coffee shop or any attraction to a specific place that makes Nashville home. Nashville is a wonderful place to be."

"Flying Solo" Photographs of Tennessee on Concourse C by Joe Allen Photography. Open only to ticketed passengers or those on a tour.

Joe Allen Photography
Concourse C
March 4th - June 4th, 2006

Joe Allen is a Nashville native who specializes in wilderness photography. Inspired by an experience in his childhood when his pocket camera simply did not adequately capture the magnificence in nature, he resolved to return to the same spot with equipment and knowledge to get it right.

Joe states that, "The challenge with landscape photography is to move beyond documentation. In my view, undisturbed nature is the most sacred of all places. Like the range of human emotions, so too is the range of textures, colors and details in nature. I hope my images can deepen the viewer's appreciation for our vital connection to nature."

Community Exhibition

Keep the Night Train Rolling Murals by students from Watkins, Belmont, MTSU and several area high schools in the Connector area, viewable from the non-secure side, with closer viewing via tour on secure side only.


Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority Collection of Tennessee artists viewable by tour only.

To schedule a tour or questions about exhibits contact Andee Rudloff at:

Images can be found in the newsroom on the Nashville International Airport site:

Andee Rudloff
Curator Arts at the Airport
One Terminal Drive
Suite 501
Nashville, TN 37214-4114
(615) 275-1614
FAX (615) 275-4013

Thursday, February 23, 2006

Murals for Clark Distribution

Andee is working with George Clark of Clark Distribution on murals for Chuck Evans' new location on Veterans Memorial Highway off Morgantown Road in Bowling Green, KY.
The murals will be complete just in time for the opening on March 9th!!!
Many thanks to Clark Distribution for their continued support of local artists!

Friday, February 10, 2006

CD Release Party a SUCCESS

The CD Release Party for Jen Foster's The Underdogs on February 1st, was a great SUCCESS! Pictures from the party and the mural created during ther party can be found on Jen Foster's site:
Go to Images and then to Listening Parties.

Thanks to all of you that helped on the mural. Special Thanks to my art students at Bellewood Home for Children for putting the finishing touches on the mural.

Sunday, January 22, 2006

Gulf Coast Relief for Artists

Andee Rudloff and Stacey Irvin of ChicNnomad Designs are still offering their New Orleans Poster Prints for $25.00. All money raised through the sales of the posters goes to the Gulf Coast Artist Relief Fund set up through the Southern Arts Federation.
Visit ChicNnomad Designs to view the HORN image that appears on the poster print:

About the Fund

The Southern Arts Federation (SAF), a regional non-profit supporting and promoting the arts in the South since 1975, established the Emergency Relief Fund in early September following the destruction reported as a result of Hurricane Katrina. The idea of the fund is to provide assistance to artists and arts organizations along the Gulf Coast who have been affected. Many artists have lost their homes, work spaces, studios, etc. Performance artists are out of work and arts organizations have suffered greatly because of destruction of resources.

The key element in this relief effort is the idea that 100% of the monies raised will go directly to the state arts agencies of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama, who are in a position to make decisions on how best to provide assistance in their respective states. Donations are tax-deductible and may be made by check or credit card. Donations can be designated either for general emergency relief fund or other, meaning that the donation can be earmarked for a specific organization or art genre. The first disbursements from the fund were made to the three states mentioned above in mid-October. Further disbursements will be made as more donations are received.

ChicNnomad Designs would like to thank Carol Salassi for her recent donation to the fundraising efforts!

Wednesday, January 18, 2006

The Spine Center Exhibit

Andee Rudloff has been asked by The Spine Center of Bowling Green KY, to exhibit artwork during their Grand Opening in the Spring of 2006. Works will be for sale and a Grand Opening date will be announced very soon!
For more about The Spine Center of Bowling Green, KY, call: (270) 846-1030

Friday, January 13, 2006

Murals in Winnipeg, Manitoba?

An international CALL TO ARTISTS went out and Andee is one of the artists that hopes to get the experience of painting with the artists and people of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
This mural program is very established and creates a cultural atmosphere in the city of Winnipeg.
Keep your fingers crossed and let's hope Andee makes the final cut.

To see the beautiful site created for the murals of Winnipeg visit:
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