Twenty-six Middle Tennessee Artists Featured at Three’s a Crowd
The 3rd Annual Nashville Collage Collective Show opening July 8, 2017
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE (June 29, 2017) – The Green Gallery at Turnip Green Creative Reuse (TGCR) presents Three’s a Crowd, the latest show from the Nashville Collage Collective (NCC), featuring over 25 local artist showcasing their work in NCC’s third annual exhibit. The opening takes place July 8, 2017 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at 945 Woodland St, Nashville, TN 37206. This community event is free, open to the public and features the artist reception, snacks, drinks and a reuse project in our open studio. The show will be on display in the Green Gallery through August 9, 2017.
Three’s a Crowd is an exhibit featuring the inclusion of recycled, reuse and found materials in their collage artwork that has reenergized the Nashville Collage Collectives creativity, strengthened their community and reinforces the philosophy and mission of TGCR. Featuring over 25 Middle Tennessee artists displaying 2D and 3D mixed media pieces all created with reuse materials, including objects found at TGCR.
The diverse group of artists ranges from seasoned veterans who have been featured nationally to artist who are taking their first steps into the world of art exhibition. Participating in the third annual Nashville Collage Collective exhibit will be:
Arlene Wilson, Donice Scatori, Elizabeth Ross, Eva Sochorova, Gwil Owens III, Jake Wells, Jas Faulkner, Karen Sky Miller, Kayla Brooke Burnett, Larkin Oates, Laurie Hoffma, Leah Sherry, Leisa Hammett, Leslie Haines, Lindsy Davis, Lisa Haddad, Marla Faith, Megan Little, Nathan Spoon, Randy L Purcell, robert bruce scott, Shauna Hoyal, Scarlett Hamilton, Shana Kohnstamm, Victoria Newbill.
The Nashville Collage Collective is a community of mixed media artists who come together yearly to present their work at TGCR. They invite all artists in the Nashville area to join the collective, share materials, ideas, contribute to online posts, future exhibits and to explore the art of collage at monthly gatherings.
TGCR will be providing a free open studio project created by our Opportunity Now students. Participants will choose from a variety of icebreaker questions we ask of our students’ everyday and answers will be created visually in a reuse collage.
ABOUT TURNIP GREEN CREATIVE REUSE
Turnip Green Creative Reuse (TGCR) is a nonprofit that diverts usable material from our landfill for creative endeavors through innovative programming including workshops, a retail store, community education and a green art gallery featuring art made from reusable materials. TGCR has partnered with many of Nashville’s on programming and projects, including Artober, Pet Community Center, Nashville Public Library system, Metro Schools, ZeroLandfill, Watkins College of Art, Design & Film, Metro Arts Commission, WRLT’s Live on the Green, Earth Day, Now Playing Nashville, Southern Festival of Books, The Hermitage Fall Fest, University School, Untitled and Platetone Printmaking Cooperative. TGCR has four areas of service: a retail store, education/outreach, artist studios, and a gallery.