Channel To Channel is a contemporary art gallery presenting bold, progressive work by local and regional artists. Based in Nashville’s growing Wedgewood-Houston arts district, Channel To Channel also provides a casual, comfortable space where artists can experiment and explore their creativity at monthly open-studio drawing sessions.
Channel To Channel began as a small studio for Founder and Director, Dustin Hedrick, in 2011. Over the years it grew to include a gallery representing other artists as well as an open studio for Nashville artists to engage, socialize, and learn from each other. In 2015, it moved down the street from the May Hosiery Mill to the Packing Plant where there are currently 5 different contemporary art galleries. It continues to host a different artist every 2 months as well as provide figure drawing open studios (Drink-n-Draw) 3-4 times a week.
507 Hagan St - Wedgewood-Houston
Wednesday - Saturday 1-6, Sunday 1-4
David Lusk Gallery started in Memphis in 1995. Nineteen years later David opened a second gallery up the road in Nashville. Today David Lusk Gallery is known regionally and far beyond as a leading contemporary art venue. The gallery began with the goal to represent a small crowd of artists with a range of reputation, from the southern region to the coasts. Since then the gallery's program has grown to encompass artists from across the country with national and international reputations, exhibiting extensively in museums and galleries worldwide. Today the gallery represents over forty innovative and diverse artists working across a wide range of artistic practices - from painting and sculpture to photography and video.
516 Hagan St #102 - Wedgewood-Houston
Tuesday - Friday 10 - 5:30, Saturday 11 - 4
JMG is a Wedgewood Houston staple gallery located in one of Nashville's last remaining L&N Railroad houses. Since its sold out grand opening exhibition in December 2013, the space has become a breakout venue for emerging and mid-career artists living and working in Nashville and surrounding regions. Owned and operated by artist Julia Martin, JMG is a haven for discerning collectors seeking fresh perspectives.
444 Humphreys St - Wedgewood-Houston
Thursday-Saturday 12-6, and by appointment
Tinney Contemporary is a Nashville based art gallery specializing in collectible contemporary works by established local, regional, national, and international artists. We present a series of rotating exhibitions throughout the year and participate in the First Saturday Art Crawl on the first Saturday of each month. The gallery is led by Susan Tinney (Owner) and Sarah Wilson (Gallery Director).
In addition to presenting exhibitions, we also provide professional art services to individual collectors, as well as banks, law firms, hotels, restaurants, hospitals, and other businesses. We assist our clients with every aspect of the process of selecting, purchasing, framing, and installing artwork.
237 5th Ave N - Downtown
Tuesday - Saturday 11-5
The gallery’s mission is to maintain a presence of distinctively fresh, original, and contemporary artwork for individuals and businesses. A prime destination for photography, painting, and sculpture, The Arts Company offers an eclectic mix beyond the typical gallery model. Our welcoming environment of over 6,000 square feet in a historic building provides customers with a distinctive Nashville experience.
215 5th Ave N - Downtown
Tuesday - Saturday 11-5
Red Arrow Gallery presents museum caliber exhibitions from local to internationally acclaimed artists focusing on paintings and sculpture. We strive to create an environment that exhibits work centered upon current trends. We focus on emerging and mid-career artists who are showing work that matters globally to the state of culture today and its future. Red Arrow welcomes artists, collectors and art appreciators alike to expand their collections and knowledge of the art world today. Founded in 2007, Red Arrow Gallery held its first East Nashville exhibition in March of 2014.
919 Gallatin Ave #4 - East Nashville
Tuesday - Saturday 11-3
Zeitgeist has been a staple on the Nashville art scene since 1994. Started by Janice Zeitlin in Cummins Station, it has served as a cultivation ground for new artists and a safe place for established artists to experiment and grow.
Under the direction of Lain York, Zeitgeist maintains a firm place in the Nashville art scene today. Bridging the gap between collectors and creators, Zeitgeist provides a venue for world class exhibits in the south.
516 Hagan St #100 - Wedgewood-Houston
Wednesday - Saturday 11-5