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.

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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!
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