Opening Reception and Fundraiser Saturday December 10th, 6-9PM
Cumberland Gallery celebrates the holiday season with Local Fare, a group exhibition and community event featuring our unique roster of artists and invited artists from the greater Nashville area. Showcasing talent in a wide range of media, this selection reflects the homegrown talent within our thriving art community. Artists presenting work include: Kell Black, Amanda Brown, Susan Bryant, Barry Buxkamper, Jeff Danley, Robert Durham, James Gibson, Don Gilbert, Warren Greene, Red Grooms, Johan Hagaman, John Henry, Bill Killebrew, Ray Kleinlein, Marilyn Murphy, Billy Renkl, Andrew Saftel, Greg Sand, Max Shuster, John Wilkison, and Terry Williams.
Through this exhibit and event, we are supporting The Nashville Food Project, a nonprofit whose mission is to grow, cook, and share food with those in need. We have asked participating artists to produce one small and one medium-sized piece to create a wider range of accessibility and variety. A percentage of all art sales during Local Fare will benefit The Nashville Food Project in their endeavors to cultivate community and alleviate hunger in the city. From farm to table, from gallery to home, Local Fare is a unique opportunity for viewers to acquire fine art and engage in the creative scene while supporting the larger Nashville community.
This exhibition will open Saturday December 3rd and run through January 14th. Sponsored by Yazoo Brewing Company, Lipman Brothers Inc., an opening reception will be held on the evening of Saturday December 10th from 6:00pm-9:00pm. Hors d’oeuvres will be generously prepared by volunteers of The Nashville Food Project. Donations will be gratefully accepted during the show. Join us in the spirit of giving as we embrace the Nashville community with homegrown art.
*Artists will be present at the opening reception on December 10th 2016.
Read here the article in Nashville Arts Magazine