Nashville Icon Anton Weiss and His Artworks
now at Haynes Galleries


FRANKLIN— Haynes Galleries is pleased to now present the work of a Nashville art icon, Anton Weiss. An abstract expressionist of great merit, Weiss has created over the course of his career both paintings and sculptures that capture emotion and the act of creating. Haynes Galleries exclusively presents the work of the Anton Weiss Trust, the artist’s personal collection of his own artwork. Many of Weiss’s pieces are included in the current exhibition at Haynes Galleries, “ArtNashville.”

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Haynes Galleries presents a Powerhouse of Nashville Icons in
“ArtNashville”
June 19 to August 31, 2017


FRANKLIN— Nashville is special for so many reasons. It’s a mix of old and new, tradition and experimentation, history and the cutting edge. Its visual artists are a perfect representation of this. Now, the city’s finest artists are gathered together during “ArtNashville,” an exhibition that showcases their talent, vision, and variety. With internationally known portraitists on view next to the emerging voices of tomorrow, and realism and impressionism alongside abstract expressionism and surrealism, “ArtNashville” encompasses the best of Nashville’s growing art community. The exhibition is now open and runs through August 31.

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Haynes Galleries presents “Winter Wonderland” & Extends
“Zoey Frank: Connections & Change” and “Stories In Paint”
Features a Group of Small Vignette Shows
through January 28, 2017


NASHVILLE— The final months of 2016 and the new year are bringing a bounty of vignette shows to Haynes Galleries. The centerpiece of the celebration is “Winter Wonderland,” a group of paintings that present the winter months in all their glory and variety. With several distinct groupings, the gallery’s vignettes will explore the diversity of Realism today and the skilled artists that make the masterful works. Celebrate the season with a group of artworks that is sure to inspire long into 2017.

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Haynes Galleries presents “Stories in Paint”
Through November 19


NASHVILLE— In addition to their Zoey Frank exhibition, Haynes Galleries proudly presents “Stories in Paint.” The show is comprised of paintings that tell stories through a single image. It features work by several top Realists with different aesthetics. “Stories in Paint” runs through November 19 alongside “Zoey Frank: Connections & Changes” at the gallery on the Music Row Roundabout.

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Zoey Frank Art Talk with Arts Writer Sara Lee Burd
October 8, 10am to Noon


NASHVILLE— Rising star in the art world Zoey Frank will give an art talk at Haynes Galleries October 8 beginning at 10am. The talk will be led by arts writer Sara Lee Burd. Frank and Burd will discuss her latest pieces which are on view in Frank’s new solo exhibition at Haynes Galleries, “Zoey Frank: Connections & Changes” opening October 7. Light refreshments will be served. The talk on October 8, as well as the opening reception the evening of October 7, are free and open to the public.

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Haynes Galleries presents “Zoey Frank: Connections & Changes”
October 7 to November 19, 2016
Reception: Friday, 5 p.m. to 7:30 pm, October 7, 2016

NASHVILLE—One of the brightest young artists in Contemporary Realism is returning to Haynes Galleries to showcase her newest works. Zoey Frank’s compelling new paintings are on view from October 7 to November 19 in “Zoey Frank: Connections & Changes.” An opening reception will take place on the evening of October 7, Friday, from 5 to 7:30 pm with Frank in attendance. An Art Talk with Frank led by arts writer Sara Lee Burd where they will discuss her work and take questions from guests will take place the following morning, October 8, beginning at 10am. The exhibition, opening, and Art Talk are free and open to the public.

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Haynes Galleries presents “ArtNashville”
August 12 to October1, 2016
Reception: Friday, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 pm, August 12, 2016


NASHVILLE— Nashville’s most acclaimed artists will soon be exhibiting together in one diverse show at Haynes Galleries. “ArtNashville” will feature the work of many artists— many of international acclaim— that call or have called the city home. They work in a variety of styles, not just in the realism for which Haynes Galleries is known. It will be an inclusive exhibition that brings together the best of Nashville’s visual artists. “ArtNashville” opens August 12 and continues until October 1. An opening reception with food and drink will take place August 12 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. The exhibition and reception are free and open to the public.

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Seth & Catherine Haverkamp to give Art Talk with
Margaret Walker of Vanderbilt University Gallery
Friday, July 29, 6pm


NASHVILLE—Award-winning East Tennessee artists and spouses Seth & Catherine Haverkamp will be sharing their insight and stories in an Art Talk at Haynes Galleries July 29. The talk will be led by Margaret Walker of Vanderbilt University Gallery as part of a special reception at 6 pm. The following day Seth will lead a sold out workshop at Warehouse 521. The Art Talk and workshop coincide with the “The Haverkamps,” a vignette exhibition in Haynes Galleries’ summer show “A Realist Showcase”. 

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Haynes Galleries presents “A Realist Showcase” June 17 to July 30, 2016

NASHVILLE— To begin the summer, Haynes Galleries will turn its focus back to the foundation of its collection— fine Realism in all its forms. “A Realist Showcase" will present the gallery’s finest artists in a variety of vignette celebrations. With great American artists, modern Realist masters, and fresh Contemporary work, the groupings will awe with their diversity and craftsmanship. “A Realist Showcase” begins June 17 and continues though July 30. The show is free and open to the public. 

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Haynes Galleries presents “Traditional Favorites,”
“Stories in Paint,” and “Luminous Light & Reflections”
Through May 28, 2016

NASHVILLE— In addition to presenting “Teresa Oaxaca: Exuberance,” Haynes Galleries has several vignette shows on display that showcase the diversity of traditional and contemporary Realism. Some of the most well-known artists of the genre are included in “Traditional Favorites.” “Stories in Paint” explores narrative-inspired paintings while “Luminous Light & Reflections” presents land and seascapes that capture the beauty of nature. All three vignette shows and “Teresa Oaxaca: Exuberance” are on display until May 28 at Haynes Galleries’ location on Nashville’s historic Music Row Roundabout. All shows are free and open to the public.

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Teresa Oaxaca to give Art Talk with Paul Polycarpou
of Nashville Arts Magazine
Saturday, April 9 from 10 am to Noon

On the morning of April 9, internationally-admired painter Teresa Oaxaca will give an Art Talk at the gallery about her bold and dramatic paintings in conjunction with the solo exhibition of her work, “Teresa Oaxaca: Exuberance.” Paul Polycarpou, editor of Nashville Arts Magazine and good friend to the gallery, will lead the talk. The discussion begins at 10 am and continues until Noon and is free and open to the public.

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Haynes Galleries presents “Teresa Oaxaca: Exuberance”
April 8 to May 28, 2016
Reception: Friday, 5 p.m. to 7:30 pm, April 8

NASHVILLE— A contemporary artist unlike any other is bringing her dramatic work to Haynes Galleries. Teresa Oaxaca’s colorful neo-Baroque figurative paintings will soon be on display in “Teresa Oaxaca: Exuberance.” This solo show of Oaxaca’s work opens April 8 and continues until May 28 in Nashville. An opening reception will be held April 8 from 5 to 7:30 pm. The exhibition and opening are free and open to the public.

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Spring Comes Early to Haynes Galleries During “For the Love of Flowers" Vignette Shows Through March 26, 2016

NASHVILLE— Through the end of March floral-themed vignette shows are on display at Haynes Galleries. Presented in conjunction with the exhibition of Susan Van Campen’s watercolor still lifes, “A Symphony of Color,” the vignettes explore several different approaches to floral art.

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Hearts for Wishes, a Make-A-Wish Middle Tennessee Event
Help Make a Dream Come True!
Friday, February 26, 2016, 5:30-7:30pm

The gallery is very happy to once again partner with Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLC and be a part of Hearts for Wishes, a Make-A-Wish Middle Tennessee awareness event. The night begins in the gallery in suite 140 at 5:30 pm to sip great wine and taste delectable nibbles. While there enjoy several of the gallery’s exhibitions including “A Symphony of Color” and “Black & White is Beautiful.”

The night then moves upstairs to suite 700 and the offices of Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLC for more wine tastings paired with yummy hors d’oeuvres and a short presentation on all the great work of Make-A-Wish Middle Tennessee.

Visit http://site.wish.org/goto/HFW16 for more information, to donate, and to RSVP for this special night. Garage parking is provided. A $50 Donation Suggested.




Haynes Galleries presents “Black & White is Beautiful”
Through March 26, 2016

NASHVILLE— A special vignette exhibition of artworks solely in black and white has opened at Haynes Galleries. “Black and White is Beautiful” features paintings, photographs, drawings, and prints that showcase the dramatic qualities and stunning impact of the monochromatic palette. It’s on view until March 26 on the Music Row Roundabout and is free & open to the public.

“Black & White is Beautiful” offers the timeless beauty of black & white. The grouping is diverse in subject— introspective portraits, gritty street scenes, and historical studies— but they share the sheer beauty and simplicity of black and white. These works brilliantly reveal an entire spectrum from the deepest black in a shadow to a streak of white as a highlight and everything in between.

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Haynes Galleries presents “Symphony in Color”
February 12 to March 26, 2016
Reception: Friday, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 pm, February 12

NASHVILLE— A colorful and expressive garden is coming to Haynes Galleries. The gallery will soon open the exhibition “Symphony in Color,” a showcase of the stunning floral still lifes of watercolorist Susan Headley Van Campen. The show begins February 12 and continues through March 26. A reception celebrating the opening will take place the evening of February 12, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. Both the exhibition and reception are free and open to the public.

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John Baeder Closing Reception & Book Signing Event
Saturday, January 30th from 1 to 3 pm

NASHVILLE— To celebrate the tremendous success of “John Baeder: Work from 1962 to 2015,” Haynes Galleries will hold a closing day book signing on Saturday, January 30 from 1 to 3 pm. The show has been described as the highlight of the art calendar in Nashville, with more than fifty years of artwork on display. Gallerist Gary R. Haynes describes the exhibition as representing “the total scope of John Baeder’s work,” encompassing all facets of his career— from his first painting to his most recent work, and everything in between, including his iconic diner scenes.

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Haynes Galleries presents “John Baeder: Work from 1962 to 2015”
Extended through January 30, 2016


NASHVILLE— “John Baeder: Work from 1962 to 2015” has been met with such enthusiasm from collectors, critics, and the general public that Haynes Galleries is extending the exhibition through January 30, 2016. Paul Polycarpou, editor of Nashville Arts Magazine has called the show the highlight of the art year in Nashville, adding “the show is stellar. The presentation is stellar. The work is stellar.” The show has also seen a steady stream of visitors eager to see the retrospective so the extension was a natural decision.

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Alicia Ponzio to give Art Talk with Paul Polycarpou
Saturday, January 9, 10am to Noon

NASHVILLE— On the morning of January 9, internationally-renowned sculptress Alicia Ponzio will give an Art Talk at the gallery about her emotive bronze sculptures. Paul Polycarpou, publisher of Nashville Arts Magazine and good friend to the gallery, will lead the talk. Alicia will give insight into her creative process, from an idea’s inception to its design on paper and in clay to its final form. During the talk Alicia and Paul will discuss her sources of inspiration and process in front of several of her most stunning pieces. They will also gladly take questions from guests. The discussion begins at 10 am and continues until Noon and is free and open to the public.

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John Baeder to Sign Copies of His New Book,
John Baeder’s Road Well Taken
Tuesday, December 8 from 6 to 7:30 pm


On the evening of December 8 John Baeder will sign copies of the recently published and popular book John Baeder’s Road Well Taken at the gallery from 6 to 7:30 pm. Copies of the book are available for purchase at the gallery during the book signing and throughout the run of “John Baeder: Work from 1962 to 2015,” the retrospective of John’s career currently on display at the gallery. John will say a few words about the book, the show, and his work before he begins the book signing. He will also take questions from guests. Light refreshments will be served. And for added entertainment, a few of John's musician friends will "Jam It Up" following the signing. They are an eclectic collection of Nashville's finest songwriters singing songs to celebrate the American roadside. They include Fred Koller, Ken Spooner, Wood Newton, Jim Moran, W.T. Davidson, Buddy Mondlock, Pat Flynn, and Pam Belford.

John Baeder’s Road Well Taken is making waves in its first few weeks in print. It was written by curator and critic Jay Williams and published by Vendome Press. More than a retrospective, the book combines John’s art, life story, his personal insights and collection within historical and cultural context. It chronicles John’s entire career, from the photographs and paintings he made while working as an advertising art director in the 1960s, to his diner paintings that brought him national acclaim, to his most recent still life photographs and every endeavor along the way. It features interviews with the artist and nearly 300 images of his collectable diner paintings, watercolors, vintage photos and memorabilia. The book has received considerable attention from critics and art lovers. The Associated Press recently featured it on a list of the best books to give as holiday presents. The Chicago Tribune gave the book a glowing review




John Baeder Art Conversation with Paul Polycarpou of
Nashville Arts Magazine
Thursday, December 3 from 6 to 7:30 pm


Our celebration of John Baeder’s monumental art career continues. The evening of December 3 John and Nashville Arts Magazine editor Paul Polycarpou will have an Art Conversation in the gallery surrounded by John’s artworks. From 6 to 7:30 pm Paul will lead a walking tour of the exhibition “John Baeder: Work from 1962 to 2015” with John to discuss the many stages of John’s artistic career and the various series he has produced during the last 50 years. The tour will begin with John’s earliest paintings and his black & white photographs from the 1960s and continue through the acclaimed diner paintings, the Aero series, his Roadside photographs and more. Both men will also happily take questions from guests during the tour. This is a rare opportunity to hear two leading voices in Nashville’s burgeoning and diverse art community discuss the work of one of its most celebrated artists.

“John Baeder: Work from 1962 to 2015,” the gallery’s latest exhibition examining more than five decades of John Baeder’s photorealist career, continues through the New Year until January 9. It encompasses the entire gallery on the Music Row Roundabout.




John Baeder’s Work Featured on the Cover and in a 12 page Article inside the November Issue of Nashville Arts Magazine


Coinciding with “John Baeder: Work from 1962 to 2015,” John’s painting The Magic Chef is featured as the cover art of the November issue of Nashville Arts Magazine. The issue, available now, also features an in-depth article on John and his body of work. Written by Jay Williams, who also wrote the new book on John’s career John Baeder’s The Road Well Taken, the article summarizes John’s career and the different projects he has worked on in addition to previewing the upcoming show at the gallery. The spread in the magazine includes images from all five decades of John’s career, including his iconic diner paintings, the1960s black-and-white photographs, the recent Aero series, and the American roadside photographs.

The read the article in Nashville Arts, please click here.




Haynes Galleries presents “John Baeder: Work from 1962 to 2015”
November 20 to January 9, 2015
Reception: Friday, 5 p.m. to 8 pm, November 20, 2015


NASHVILLE— More than fifty years worth of John Baeder’s art will be celebrated at Haynes Galleries this fall. “John Baeder: Work from 1962 to 2015” will present the oil paintings, watercolors, and travel and still life photographs— all in the Realist tradition— that Baeder has produced during the course of his incredibly productive life as a fine artist. The exhibition will open November 20 and continue until January 9 at Haynes Galleries’ Nashville location. A reception to mark the opening will take place November 20, from 5-8 pm. 

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T.J. Cunningham to give Painting Demonstration
Saturday, October 24 from 10am to Noon


NASHVILLE— Artists and art lovers are in for a special morning at Haynes Galleries. Immensely-talented emerging artist T.J. Cunningham will give a painting demonstration at the Realist gallery on the Music Row Roundabout on October 24th, from 10am to Noon.

During the demonstration, Cunningham will paint a portrait— perhaps his favorite kind of painting— from a live model and explain his painting process as he works. He will describe how he decides on a pose, the general atmosphere, the color palette, and more. Cunningham will also gladly take questions from guests during his demonstration.

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Haynes Galleries presents “Celebrating Art of Women by Women”
October 9 to November 7, 2015
Reception: Friday, 5 pm to 7:30 pm, October 9, 2015


NASHVILLE— The fall exhibition season at Haynes Galleries begins with a showstopper. The gallery is pleased to present “Celebrating Art of Women by Women.” It will present paintings, drawings and sculptures of women by women artists. It was inspired by Women Painting Women, the art group and website that promotes contemporary women artists that paint in the figurative tradition.

The exhibit will be on view from October 9 to November 7 at Haynes Galleries in Nashville, Tennessee. An opening reception will take place the evening of October 9, from 5 to 7:30 pm. The exhibition and reception are free and open to the public.

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Alan LeQuire to talk about Music Row’s Musica,
and his other iconic Nashville sculpture.
Saturday, September 26, 10:30 am to noon.

NASHVILLE— During a special event one of Nashville’s most accomplished artists will talk about one of Nashville’s most famous art pieces. Sculptor and Nashville native Alan LeQuire will give an artist’s talk at Haynes Galleries on September 26 from 10:30 am to Noon where he will talk about Musica, the stunning large-scale bronze sculpture that welcomes visitors to Music Row. LeQuire will also talk about his smaller yet equally expressive sculptures. The talk is in celebration of the end of “Art Nashville,” the gallery’s summer exhibition of artists who hold Nashville close to their hearts. “Art Nashville” ends September 26. Both the exhibit and talk are free and open to the public.

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An Evening with Adventure Photographer John Guider
& The Frist’s Executive Director Susan Edwards
Wednesday, September 16, 6 to 7:30 pm

NASHVILLE— During this special talk, Ms. Edwards and John Guider will discuss John’s fine art travel photography. John has been traveling across the U.S. and abroad for several years photographing architecture, nature, and the people he meets along the way.

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Jody Thompson to give Art Talk & Painting Demonstration
Saturday, September 12, 10am to Noon


NASHVILLE— Still life and portrait artist Jody Thompson will give an art talk & painting demonstration at Haynes Galleries on September 12, from 10 am to noon. This special event is in conjunction with “Art Nashville,” Haynes Galleries’ current exhibition, a showcase of artists who hold Nashville close to their hearts. The show has been extended until September 26. 

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John Baeder to give Art Talk with Susan Knowles
Wednesday, August 26, 6 to 7:30pm


NASHVILLE— Revered artist John Baeder and local art historian Susan Knowles are coming together for a special Question & Answer Art Talk on August 26, from 6 to 7:30 pm, to celebrate the extension of Haynes Galleries’ summer show “Art Nashville.” The exhibition is a showcase of artists who hold Nashville close to their hearts and features John Baeder’s iconic photography. The show will continue until September 26. 

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“Art Nashville” has created lots of interest locally and from our Music City visitors, so it has been extended until September 26


NASHVILLE— Haynes Galleries’ summer show of all things Nashville has been extended. After a summer full of enthusiastic guests, from Music City and those visiting from out of town, “Art Nashville” will continue until September 26. The extension will be celebrated with several art talks and events from the very artists represented in the show.

“Art Nashville” is a show full of Music City’s most acclaimed contemporary Realists. These artists hold Nashville close to their hearts. They were born and raised here, hold the city close to their heart, or have decided to make it their permanent home. With works ranging from poetic black & white photography and elegant still lifes to ceramic trompe l’oeil sculptures, “Art Nashville” will enthrall guests with the variety and master craftsmanship that Nashville’s best artists are creating.

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Haynes Galleries presents “Art Nashville” June 12 to August 15, 2015


NASHVILLE— Music City’s most acclaimed contemporary Realists are the focus of this summer’s show “Art Nashville” at Haynes Galleries, opening June 12. The show features a range of artists who hold Nashville close to their hearts. The roster will include seasoned artists as well as those who are new on the scene. Works will be on view from June 12 until August 15.

Nashville is famed for its musical talents, but this exhibition is a clear marker of the ever growing visual art scene. Viewers will enjoy variety and allure in “Art Nashville”. Works range from photographs with a photojournalist edge to Old Master inspired paintings and ceramic sculptures that will play tricks on your eyes. 

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Peter Nash Celebrity & Pet Photography Art Talk
Saturday, May 23 from 11am to Noon


NASHVILLE— In conjunction with Fur, Feathers & Friends, Peter Nash will give a talk at Haynes Galleries on May 23, from 11am to Noon about his celebrity photography career and recent ventures as a pet portrait artist. The audience will enjoy stories from his career as a photographer of country music stars and entertainment industry legends, and Peter will share how these experiences inform his work with pets called “Portraits in Fur.” Peter is a charismatic individual and hopes the audience enjoys learning about his past as much as he has enjoyed living it. A portion of all commissions that emerge from Peter’s talk will benefit Happy Tales Humane, a no-kill animal shelter in Franklin, Tennessee.



Angela Kuprion Pet Portrait Demonstration
Saturday, May 16 from 11am to Noon


NASHVILLE— In conjunction with Fur, Feathers & Friends, Angela Kuprion will give a pet portrait painting demonstration at Haynes Galleries on May 16, from 11am to Noon. During the demo, Angela will paint a dog from a photo and talk about her approach to capturing a pet’s personality.

Angela’s portraits of animals are charming and loving images of our four-legged friends, captured with all the artistic sensibilities of a classically trained artist. Angela thinks spending time with her subject, humans and animals alike, can help her capture more than their likeness on canvas. Angela painted the bite-sized portrait of our gallery dog, Honey, on view for Fur, Feathers & Friends. Her depiction of the little white Westie Terrier will be treasured long after the show ends.



Vincent Giarrano to give Drawing Demonstration
Friday, April 24 from 3:30 to 4:30 pm


NASHVILLE— In conjunction with his upcoming exhibition, Contemporary Realist Vincent Giarrano will give a drawing demonstration at Haynes Galleries on April 24, from 3:30 to 4:30 pm. The demo takes place the same day as the opening reception of “Vincent Giarrano: Life in the City— Paintings, Drawings & Sketches.” Both the demo & exhibition are free and open to the public.

During his demo, Vincent Giarrano will draw a model from life in the gallery surrounded by the new works that make up his exhibition. He will give light commentary as he works and once the drawing demonstration is complete, he will take questions from guests. 

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Haynes Galleries presents “Fur, Feathers & Friends”
April 24 to May 30, 2015
Reception: Friday, 5 p.m. to 7:30 pm, April 24, 2015


NASHVILLE— Haynes Galleries proudly presents “Fur, Feathers & Friends,” a showcase of animal-inspired artwork by 20th century masters & contemporary realists, featuring paintings & photographs of a diverse range of subjects from friendly pets to exotic beasts. To help our animal friends, a portion of sales from the exhibition will be donated to Happy Tales Humane, a no-kill animal shelter in Franklin, Tennessee. The show opens April 24 and continues until May 30, in conjunction with “Vincent Giarrano: Life in the City— Paintings, Drawings & Sketches.” An opening reception will take place at the gallery on April 24, from 5 to 7:30 pm. Both exhibits and reception are free and open to the public.

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Haynes Galleries presents
“Vincent Giarrano: Life in the City— Paintings, Drawings & Sketches”
April 24 to May 30, 2015
Reception: Friday, 5 p.m. to 7:30 pm, April 24, 2015


NASHVILLE— Contemporary Realist Vincent Giarrano's solo show —“Vincent Giarrano: Life in the City— Paintings, Drawings & Sketches,” will present a variety of scenes from daily urban life, captured intimately and with a discerning eye. The show is on view from April 24 to May 30 at Haynes Galleries on the Music Row Roundabout, with an opening reception from 5 to 7:30 pm on the evening of April 24. Both exhibit and reception are free and open to the public.

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Haynes Galleries presents
“Nancy Depew: Figures, Flowers & Forests”
March 6 to April 11, 2015
Reception: Friday, 5 p.m. to 7:30 pm, March 6, 2014


NASHVILLE— Verdant woods, powerful poses, and delicate flowers shine in Haynes Galleries’ newest vignette show, “Nancy Depew: Figures, Flowers & Forests.” Featuring Depew’s meticulously painted portraits, floral still lifes, and forestscapes, the exhibit is presented in conjunction with “Objets d’Art.” Both exhibits will be on view from March 6 to April 11 at Haynes Galleries on the Music Row Roundabout.

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Local Artist & Admired Instructor Jody Thompson Joins Haynes Galleries


Revered local artist and longtime instructor Jody Thompson paints detailed, sensitive, and sometimes quirky still lifes of everyday objects. Based out of the studio he shares with his artist wife in Franklin, Tennessee. Jody has a keen talent for composing a visually engaging arrangement, no matter how simple or complex.

Jody has been an important figure in the Nashville-area arts community for almost 15 years. In the Fall of 2001, Jody and his wife Pat founded SouthGate Studio in Franklin, as a place to provide art instruction for students of any skill level, something they found was lacking in the area. From the studio, Jody teaches the fundamentals of drawing and painting, passing on the valuable lessons he learned from his instructors. Jody has also been a gallery owner in the area, creating a valuable, cultural space where art lovers could experience art and where artists could sell their work.

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Haynes Galleries presents “Objets d’Art”
March 6 to April 11, 2015
Reception: Friday, 5 p.m. to 7:30 pm, March 6, 2015


NASHVILLE— Haynes Galleries will mark the beginning of the Spring season with its latest show “Objets d’Art.” A celebration of art objects in various forms, the exhibition will present a diverse collection of paintings and sculptures as well as objects from the world of fashion & costume, the decorative arts, unique toys, and much more. The show opens March 6 and continues until April 11 on the Music Row Roundabout. An opening reception will take place from 5 to 7:30pm on March 6. Both the opening and exhibition are free and open to the public. 

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Haynes Galleries presents “Six Philadelphia Artists”
January 30 to February 28, 2015


NASHVILLE— The city of brotherly love is coming to Music City. Opening later this month, Haynes Galleries presents “Six Philadelphia Artists,” an exhibition of six contemporary realists based in Philadelphia. Bold portraits, still lifes, and landscapes by Kerry Dunn, Ellen Cooper, Joseph Dolderer, Lea Colie Wight, Alexandra Tyng, and Renée Foulks will be featured during this ensemble show. The exhibition begins January 30 and runs until February 28. It is free and open to the public.

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Haynes Galleries presents
“The Wyeths: A Limited Edition Collection”
January 30 to February 28, 2015


Explore the works of a 20th century American legend during Haynes Galleries’ new show “The Wyeths: A Limited Edition Collection.” The exhibition will present fine art collotypes and giclées of some of Andrew Wyeth’s most beloved works. The limited edition pieces represent various stages of the artist’s career and include his sensitive portraits and affecting landscapes. “The Wyeths: A Limited Edition Collection” opens January 30 and continues until February 28. It runs in conjunction with “Six Philadelphia Artists,” Haynes Galleries’ group exhibition of six artists based in Philadelphia.

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Haynes Galleries presents a January Showcase


Haynes Galleries will ring in the new year with the variety, excellence, and commitment to Realist art for which it has become known. With several vignette shows, Haynes Galleries in January will explore the diversity of Realism today and the skilled artists that make the masterful works. Celebrate the beginning of a new year with a group of artworks that is sure to inspire long into 2015.

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Haynes Galleries presents “A Treasure Trove of Real Art”
November 21 to December 31, 2014
Reception: Friday, 5 p.m. to 7:30 pm, November 21, 2014


NASHVILLE— Small in scale. Big on impact. To kick off the holiday season Haynes Galleries presents “A Treasure Trove of Real Art,” a show that will focus on relatively smaller pieces that are still grand in their design and execution. This assortment of still lifes, portraits, and landscapes will be on view from November 21 to December 20 at Haynes Galleries on the historic Music Row Roundabout. An opening reception will take place from 5 to 7:30 pm on November 21. Both the opening and exhibition are free and open to the public.

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Haynes Galleries presents a special Artober Artist Talk
with Zoey Frank and Cindy House
Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m., October 11, 2014

NASHVILLE— Join us for a special Artober artist talk featuring two contemporary realists, Zoey Frank and Cindy House, on Saturday, October 11, from 9:30 to 11 am at Haynes Galleries. Nashville Arts Magazine’s Paul Polycarpou will moderate the conversation.

Zoey Frank will discuss her latest group of painting in her first solo show: “Zoey Frank: Explorations & Discoveries.” At just 27, Zoey is one of the most talented of the up and coming group of contemporary Realists. She spent the last two years searching out new ideas and found a style that infuses ordinary moments with emotion, color, and light. Zoey is using her classically-trained hands & eyes to explore more modernist ideas and let her painting process show through in finished works.

In front her masterful pastels, Cindy House will discuss her technique for creating the precise yet glorious representations of nature featured in “Cindy House: Inspired by Nature.” Her landscapes take the medium beyond the loose, quick rendering viewers might be used to from pastels. In Cindy’s hands, each blade of grass and ripple of water is captured exactly as it appears.

This special artist talk is presented in conjunction with “Zoey Frank: Explorations & Discoveries” and “Cindy House: Inspired by Nature,” both on view from October 10 to November 15 on the Music Row Roundabout. An opening reception will take place October 10, from 5 to 7:30 pm. Both artists will attend along with Burton Silverman, one of the nation’s most respected and acclaimed artists.



Haynes Galleries presents “Cindy House: Inspired by Nature”
October 10 to November 15, 2014
Reception: Friday, 5 p.m. to 7:30 pm, October 10, 2014

NASHVILLE- Travel through the variety and splendor of the New England landscape during Haynes Galleries latest vignette show. The masterful pastels of Cindy House are presented in “Cindy House: Inspired by Nature.” This show is presented in conjunction with “Zoey Frank: Explorations & Discoveries” and is on view from October 10 to November 15 at on the Music Row Roundabout in Nashville. An opening reception will take place from 5 to 7:30 pm on October 10. The exhibition and reception are free and open to the public.

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Haynes Galleries presents
“Zoey Frank: Explorations & Discoveries”
October 10 to November 14, 2014
Reception: Friday, 5 p.m. to 7:30 pm, October 10, 2014

NASHVILLE— In the first solo show of her career, Zoey Frank will present her newest work at Haynes Galleries during “Zoey Frank: Explorations & Discoveries.” One of the best young artists in Realism, Frank spent the last two years searching out new ideas. She found a fresh approach with paintings that speak of the immediacy of lived experience, infusing ordinary moments with layers of light, color, and emotion. The show, which had its first run at Haynes Galleries’ Maine location, will be on view from October 10 to November 15 in Nashville. An opening reception will take place Friday, October 10 from 5 to 7:30 pm. Both the exhibit and the reception are free and open to the public. 

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Haynes Galleries presents “Journeys in American Realism”
September 5 to October 4, 2014

NASHVILLE— To close the summer season Haynes Galleries presents “Journeys in American Realism,” a diverse exhibition consisting of nine vignette shows. Covering a range of styles and mediums, the vignettes will explore American Realism— past, present, and future— at its finest. The exhibition will be on view from September 5 to October 4 on the Music Row Roundabout. Each vignette will highlight an individual artist or survey a theme and represent the variety of Haynes Galleries’ distinguished roster of artists.

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Haynes Galleries presents A Summer Retrospective
May 30 to August 9, 2014

NASHVILLE— Haynes Galleries will kick off the summer season with a group retrospective that highlights masterful selections from a range of gallery artists. This diverse, carefully curated show covers everything from archival photographs and kinetic charcoal drawings to classic oil portraits on linen and delicate pastel landscapes. The exhibit runs from May 30 to August 9 at Haynes Galleries on the Music Row Roundabout.

This collection includes some favorites from the gallery’s roster of distinguished, award-winning painters and exciting new artists. Each piece is more compelling than the last, highlighting the diversity of work, breadth of scope, and level of quality that have earned Haynes Galleries a reputation for excellence in American Realism.

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Haynes Galleries presents
“Seth Haverkamp: A Passion for the Unique”
April 18 to May 24, 2014
Reception: Friday, 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., April 18, 2014


NASHVILLE— For Seth Haverkamp, it’s a family affair in Haynes Galleries’ new vignette show. But while this rising star often paints his daughters and wife, there’s something universal in his narratives. Rather than personal vignettes, Haverkamp’s portraits become celebrations of childhood, by turns wistful and whimsical. A small collection of his new work is included in “Seth Haverkamp: A Passion for the Unique,” a vignette show that accompanies “Celebrating the Portrait as Art.” All exhibits will be on view from April 18 to May 24 at Haynes Galleries, on the Music Row Roundabout.

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Haynes Galleries presents “Celebrating the Portrait as Art”
April 18 to May 24, 2014
Reception: Friday, 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., April 18, 2014


NASHVILLE— Haynes Galleries will usher in spring with “Celebrating the Portrait as Art,” a diverse, well-curated collection of works by some of today’s most exciting contemporary Realists. The exhibit will be on view from April 18 to May 24 at Haynes Galleries, on the Music Row Roundabout. An opening reception will take place on Friday, April 18 from 5 to 7:30 p.m.

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Haynes Galleries presents “Rooftops: Big Cities and Small Towns” featuring the work of Nicholas M. Raynolds and Bennett Vadnais March 14 to April 12, 2014


NASHVILLE— As the classic song goes, “On the roof, it's peaceful as can be / And there the world below can't bother me.” The Drifters were on to something. And so are the artists Bennett Vadnais and Nicholas M. Raynolds, whose paintings are featured in “Rooftops: Big Cities and Small Towns,” a vignette show that accompanies “The Landscape: Views and Variations.” All exhibits will be on view from March 14 to April 12 at Haynes Galleries, on the Music Row Roundabout.

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Haynes Galleries presents “The Landscape: Views and Variations”
March 14 to April 12, 2014
Reception: Friday, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. March 14, 2014

NASHVILLE— Haynes Galleries is pleased to present “The Landscape: Views and Variations,” featuring the work of dozens of renowned Contemporary Realists from around the globe. The exhibit will be on view from March 14 to April 12 at Haynes Galleries, on the Music Row Roundabout. An opening reception will take place from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 14.

This show is a tour de force, from the twilight dreams of radical Realist Burton Silverman to Zoey Frank’s sun-dappled forays into nature. This distinguished roster of artists shines a light on some of Haynes Galleries’ finest and most diverse work.

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Haynes Galleries presents the work of Michael Theise, Philip Michelson, and Matthew Deric Gore


NASHVILLE— Board games and baseballs, candy and clowns, tin dogs and toy soldiers. Though the subject matter may be child’s play, the artistry is anything but in a trio of vignette shows at Haynes Galleries. As part of “The Still Life: Mundane to the Sublime,” Haynes Galleries will present smaller shows within a show by the artists Michael Theise, Philip Michelson, and Matthew Deric Gore. The Theise and Michelson vignettes will be on view through March 8 while the Gore vignette will continue until March 22 at Haynes Galleries, on the Music Row Roundabout.

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Haynes Galleries presents
“The Still Life: Mundane to the Sublime”
January 31 to March 8, 2014
Reception: Friday, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. January 31, 2014

NASHVILLE— In conjunction with the annual Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville, Haynes Galleries presents “The Still Life: Mundane to the Sublime”, a captivating collection of work by more than 30 artists who represent the best of the genre. The exhibit will be on view from Jan. 31 to March 8 at Haynes Galleries on the historic Music Row Roundabout. An opening reception will take place 5 to 8 p.m. January 31. The event is free and open to the public.

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Haynes Galleries presents “The Masterful Pastels of Cindy House” Through Jan. 25, 2014 and extends “A Treasure Trove of Small Things”


NASHVILLE — Haynes Galleries is featuring the work of New England realist Cindy House, whose precise pastel landscapes are an ode to nature in its untouched state. “The Masterful Pastels of Cindy House” runs until January 25 along with the "A Treasure Trove of Small Things" exhibition, which has been extended to January 25.

“With so much of the American landscape being destroyed or under development today, it’s important for landscape painters to document the remnants of the natural world that still remain,” House writes in Art Journey America Landscapes: 89 Painters’ Perspectives. “To paint the beauty of the land...captures an image for the viewer to contemplate.”

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Haynes Galleries presents “A Treasure Trove of Small Things”
November 22 to December 21, 2013
Reception: Friday, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. November 22, 2013


NASHVILLE — At Haynes Galleries, small things are a big deal. Just in time for the holidays, Haynes Galleries presents “A Treasure Trove of Small Things.” This show — a dazzling assortment of still lifes, portraits and landscapes from some of the gallery’s most celebrated artists — proves that even the smallest pieces can make a huge impact. The show runs from Nov. 22 through Dec. 21 at Haynes Galleries on the historic Music Row Roundabout. An opening reception will take place 5 to 8 p.m. Nov. 22. The event is free and open to the public.

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Haynes Galleries presents “New Works: New Directions”
October 11 to November 16, 2013
Reception: Friday, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. October 11, 2013


NASHVILLE — Fresh faces, fresh work and fresh perspectives highlight “New Works: New Directions” at Haynes Galleries, an exciting collection of paintings from some of the most talented names in contemporary American Realism. The show runs from October 11 to November 16 at Haynes Galleries, on the historic Music Row Roundabout. An opening reception will take place from 5 to 8 p.m. October 11; the event is free and open to the public.

This sweeping exhibition is a chance to experience work from some of Haynes Galleries’ newest artists — some established, some emerging, all of the caliber that the gallery is known for— including Katie O’Hagan, Milixa Morón, Candice Bohannon, and Joseph Todorovitch. In addition, new works from longtime gallery artists like Richard Greathouse and Stephen Scott Young will also be on view.

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“Women Painting Women: A Room of One’s Own” Featured in
Nashville Arts Magazine’s September Issue


World-class photographer Joyce Tenneson is no stranger to magazines. Her insightful portraits have graced the covers of Time, Life, Newsweek, Premiere, Esquire and The New York Times Magazine. But this month, Tenneson has made history with the ethereal Bird Woman featured on the cover of Nashville Arts magazine.

The piece is part of the “Women Painting Women: A Room of One’s Own” show at Haynes Galleries. It is a striking cover and a first for Nashville.

Tenneson — who is known for her tender, emotionally charged and insightful portraits, is considered one of the most influential women in the history of photography. She is the author of 13 books, including Wise Women, which was featured in a six-part Today Show series.

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Haynes Galleries presents
“Women Painting Women: A Room of One’s Own”
August 23 to October 5, 2013
Reception: Friday, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. August 23, 2013


NASHVILLE — Haynes Galleries is pleased to present “Women Painting Women: A Room of One’s Own,” a collection of work by women artists who follow in the figurative tradition of depicting the female form. The title is inspired by Virginia Woolf’s famous essay, which maintains that a woman needs personal space, equal opportunity to her male counterparts, and poetic license to create art. The exhibit will explore how contemporary women artists approach a subject that has transfixed artists — mostly male — for centuries. “Women Painting Women: A Room of One’s Own” will be on view from Aug. 23 to Oct. 5 at 1600 Division St., on the Music Row Roundabout. An opening reception is planned for 6-8 p.m. Aug. 23. The event is free and open to the public.

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Haynes Galleries presents
“The Art of Drawing: Line, Texture, Form and Light”
July 19 to August 17, 2013
Reception: Friday, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. July 19, 2013


NASHVILLE — What’s in a drawing? A pencil mark put down on paper, loosely tracing the curve of a woman’s hip or tightly rendering a frayed basketball net, drooping on a windless day. A swath of charcoal smudged — not in haste, but in care, accentuating the hollow under a cheekbone or a wrinkle on a collar. A scribble of pastel from which a boy’s profile emerges regally.

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Haynes Galleries presents “Carl Sublett Retrospective”
May 24 to July 13, 2013
Reception: Friday, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. May 24, 2013

NASHVILLE — Haynes Galleries is pleased to present a retrospective of works by master watercolorist Carl Sublett. The exhibit will run May 24 to July 13 at Haynes Galleries, in the historic Music Row Roundabout. An opening reception will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. on May 24. The event is free and open to the public.

Sublett, who died in 2008 at the age of 89, breathed motion and texture into his watercolors. His paintings are like love letters — each brushstroke a carefully crafted sentence; each painting a complex, poetic narrative. He flourished in the rural, natural solitude of Tennessee and the coast of Maine, each of which had a unique quality of light that imbued his work.

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Linden Frederick Featured in
Nashville Arts Magazine’s Artist Spotlight

Internationally-renowned painter Linden Frederick,  whose upcoming new exhibit "Untold Stories" opens April 12th at Haynes Galleries, is featured in April's issue of Nashville Arts Magazine.  Arts-writer Kathryn Swords reached Linden in Florida, just before the artist headed out fishing. They spoke of his creative process - from his initial inspirations as he travels the American countryside, to his mornings playing cello as he completes his large-scale paintings in his studio. Sword's article presents a multi-talented artist who is fully immersed in living a creative life. 

To read the Nashville Arts Magazine feature, please click here.

 


Haynes Galleries presents
“An Artist Talk with Linden Frederick,”
Saturday, 1 p.m. to 2 p.m., April 13, 2013

Haynes Galleries and Nashville Arts Magazine present an opportunity to engage with one of America's foremost realist painters. Linden Frederick is an award winning, critically acclaimed artist whose work has graced the cover of American Art Collector and hangs in private and corporate collections across the world. His quiet, dusky scenes of rural America hint at lives hidden from view. Linden will discuss his work and vision with Nashville Arts Magazine's Paul Polycarpou. We invite you to join us for this Artist Talk and Open House in the Roundabout East Gallery to celebrate the opening of "Linden Frederick: Untold Stories," which will run from April 12 through May 18th.

 


Haynes Galleries presents
“Linden Frederick: Untold Stories”
in the Roundabout East Gallery
April 12 to May 18, 2013
Reception: Friday, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. April 12, 2013

NASHVILLE — Haynes Galleries presents Linden Frederick’s scenes of small-town America. Frederick’s works are tinged with nostalgia, but at the same time, there’s a touch of apprehension — something just out of view that makes his work that much more riveting. The show is on view from April 12 to May 18 at Haynes Galleries’ East Gallery in Nashville, with an opening reception from 6 to 8pm on April 12. Afterward, the show travels to the galleries’ Thomaston, Maine location from June 28 to July 30.

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Haynes Galleries presents
“Vincent Giarrano: Truth and Beauty,”
in the Roundabout West Gallery
April 12 to May 18, 2013
Reception: Friday, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. April 12, 2013

NASHVILLE — Haynes Galleries presents Vincent Giarrano’s moments of truth and beauty in the West Gallery. The show is on view from April 12 to May 18 at Haynes Galleries on the historic Music Row Roundabout in Nashville, with an opening reception from 6 to 8pm on April 12. Afterward, the show travels to the galleries’ Thomaston, Maine location from June 28 to July 30.

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Haynes Galleries presents
“Celebrating Form: Figurative Art and Sculpture”
March 8 to April 6, 2013
Reception: Friday, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. March 8, 2013

NASHVILLE — Haynes Galleries is pleased to announce “Celebrating Form: Figurative Art and Sculpture.” Drawing on the gallery’s rich tradition of excellence in American realism, this show combines two-dimensional work from a handful of the country’s most accomplished painters with some of today’s finest figurative sculpture. The result is body of work that stirs the emotions, captivates the senses, begs to be touched.

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Haynes Galleries presents
“Ordinary Objects: Extraordinary Still Lifes,”
February 8 to March 2, 2013
Reception: Friday, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. February 8, 2013

NASHVILLE — What could possibly be exciting about old trunks? A leather briefcase? A bottle of ketchup? In the hands of contemporary masters, quite a bit. While the genre is as old as paint itself, this exhibit of watercolors and oils puts the “life” in still life. Through the works of 20 realist painters “Ordinary Objects: Extraordinary Still Lifes” evidences the range and beauty of this long-standing genre.

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Haynes Galleries Extends “Small Things” to February 2 and
Opens “Revisiting The Masters” January 12 from 11 am to 4 pm

NASHVILLE — In a show that gallery owner Gary R. Haynes calls “the best of the best,” Haynes Galleries is pleased to present Revisiting the Masters, a virtual Who's Who of American Realism from the last three centuries. In addition, the gallery will extend Small Things, an extraordinary selection of diminutive works by renowned American Realist painters. The exhibit will run Jan. 12-Feb. 2 at Haynes Galleries, in the historic Music Row Roundabout. An opening reception will take place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jan. 12. The event is free and open to the public.

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Haynes Galleries presents “Small Things”,
December 7, 2012 to January 8, 2013
Reception: Friday, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. December 7, 2012

NASHVILLE — Haynes Galleries is pleased to present “Small Things,” a selection of smaller works by renowned American Realists. This selection of small works — more than 160 paintings by 51 artists — proves that good things really do come in small packages. Presented salon style, “Small Things” is a feast for the eyes — a jewel box overflowing with gems from renowned artists such as Winslow Homer, John Singer Sargent, Norman Rockwell and Andrew Wyeth, as well as contemporary masters Jesús E. Villarreal, Grace DeVito, Vincent Giarrano and Anthony Ryder to mention just a few.

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Haynes Galleries presents “Five Figurative Artists”,
November 9 to December 4, 2012
Reception: Friday, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. November 9, 2012

NASHVILLE — Haynes Galleries is pleased to present Five Figurative Artists, featuring the work of Jesús Emmanuel Villarreal, Lea Colie Wight, Ellen Cooper, Renée Foulks and Ryan S. Brown. The exhibit will run Nov. 9-Dec 4 at Haynes Galleries, on the historic Music Row Roundabout. An opening reception will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. Nov. 9. The event is free and open to the public.

Though the show hasn’t yet opened, it’s already making a splash in the contemporary art press. In the November issue of American Art Collector, John O’Hern praises Five Figurative Artists: “The standards of rigorous training in technique and observation are returning to the world of contemporary art through realist painting of the caliber that Haynes has selected for this exhibition.”

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Haynes Galleries presents “Gary Akers: Magic Moments”,
October 12 to November 6, 2012
Reception: Friday, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. October 12, 2012

Haynes Galleries is pleased to present “Gary Akers: Magic Moments,” a selection of the artist’s most recent egg tempera, drybrush and watercolor paintings. The exhibit will run from Oct. 12 to Nov. 6, 2012 at Haynes’ new gallery in the historic Music Row Roundabout.

Akers, a contemporary American realist whose mastery and attention to detail evokes Andrew Wyeth, coaxes the magical out of the mundane with every brushstroke. His paintings are like time capsules, preserving singular moments in time — small moments that speak volumes about a vanishing way of life. His is a romantic vision, one steeped in the beauty and simplicity of his subjects..

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Master Works On Paper: 1860 to 2012
July 13 through September 5, 2012
Reception: Friday, July 13, 2012, 6 to 8 pm

True to the nature of the medium, works on paper offer a sense of personal presence that is sometimes lost in finished paintings. Artist notes, scribble marks, eraser smudges, and other charming characteristics that serve as evidence of the artist’s hand and mind in sync without premeditation or over-thought deliberation are what makes this exhibition fresh and exciting. Artist’s penned illustrated letters and graphite drawings, pastel and pencil studies, loose watercolor washes, and silver gelatin and palladium photographic prints grace the gallery walls.

 


Burton Silverman: “The Landscape of the Human Face”
June 8 through July 11, 2012
Reception: Friday, June 8, 2012, 6 to 8 pm

Silverman, a native New Yorker, made his mark as a Realist in an art scene dominated by Abstract Expressionists. He got his start as an illustrator — his work has appeared in Time and The New Yorker — but years ago, he “fell in love with the landscape of the human face, where all the emotional states of life are to be found.” Portraiture became his passion, and he is one of the founders of the Portrait Society of America.

 


George Bernard Shaw © Yousuf Karsh

Haynes Galleries presents a Collection of Fifteen Extraordinary Yousuf Karsh Photographs.

Opening Reception, May 11, 2012 6 to 8 pm at the Music Row Roundabout

Nashville, Tennessee – Portrait photographer Yousuf Karsh revealed the character behind some of the most famous faces of the 20th century. In dramatic black and white, he captured a grumpy Winston Churchill, an eccentric Albert Einstein, a contemplating Georgia O’Keeffe. Though Karsh’s work is usually only seen in museum shows, Haynes Galleries will exhibit a selection of his large format and vintage silver gelatin prints from May 11 to June 6 at Haynes Galleries’ spectacular new space on the historic Music Row Roundabout. The opening reception will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, May 11, and the exhibition will be on view until June 6, 2012.