Topic: Planters Bank Hilldale Gallery
Clarksville, TN – The Planters Bank-Hilldale Gallery will feature works by Bulgarian artist Dolly Georgieva-Gode from Thursday, October 1st – Wednesday, November 4th. Georgieva-Gode works in colored pencils, oils, and oil pastels to create vibrant colorful images. She pays great attention to detail and enjoys experimenting with variety of techniques.
“I like surprising my viewers and myself with always producing something new, exciting and provocative,” she says. “Exploring my inner emotions while going through the metamorphosis of life is what inspires me as an artist. A lot of my works have deeper meaning and symbolism that go beyond the surface of the painting.”
Clarksville, TN – The Planters Bank-Hilldale Gallery will feature mixed media art by Amber Wallace from Thursday, September 3rd – Wednesday, September 30th.
Amber Wallace is an artist that likes to pay homage to the past. Her work is often executed on recycled/upcycled materials such as barn wood, vintage doors and windows, abandoned drawers and cutting boards, etc. By repurposing these materials, they are given a new life and new story, thus preserving a little piece of what came before us. Her work incorporates lots of color and texture, and she draws inspiration from nature, history, and from her little girl Posey.
Clarksville, TN – The Planters Bank-Hilldale Gallery will feature an exhibit titled “The Still Life” by Clarksville Artist Patsy Sharpe from Thursday, August 6th – Wednesday, September 30th.
Sharpe is an established painter, a Signature Tennessee Watercolor Society member, and member of many art organizations such as The Miniature Art Society of Florida, the Southern Watercolor Society, the Chestnut Group and the 2RiversPainters. She currently teaches art at Centerstone, as well as the occasional workshop, and heads the Region II Tennessee Watercolor Society’s Annual Exhibition in Clarksville.
Clarksville, TN – The Planters Bank-Hilldale Gallery will feature “Famous Landmarks of the World” by Clarksville Artist Bob Privett from Thursday, July 2nd – Wednesday, August 5th.
Privett’s acrylic paintings depict some of the famous landmarks around the globe. “These pieces were inspired by the old antique travel postcards of times past,” he explains.
His landmark works include structures such as cathedrals, museums, skyscrapers, hotels, homes, libraries, bridges and ruins.
Clarksville, TN – The Planters Bank-Hilldale Gallery will feature “Symbolic Summer” by Clarksville Artist Terri Jordan from Thursday, June 4th – Wednesday, July 1st.
A 20-year arts veteran, Jordan is the exhibits curator of the Clarksville’s own Customs House Museum, as well as a fine artist working in oils and acrylics. She has been involved with nonprofit arts organizations and has taught classes for Centerstone.
Clarksville, TN – The Planters Bank-Hilldale Gallery will feature “A Wonderful World” by Franklin, Tennessee Artist Mike Moyers from Thursday, May 7th – Wednesday, June 3rd.
Moyers is a contemporary impressionist with a passion for expressing subjects of life and faith through art. Believing art to be a communion with the soul, Moyers strives to create pieces that touch people on a deeper level. Specializing in palette knife technique, he paints a diverse range of subjects from slice-of-life and plein air to conceptual and abstract.
Clarksville, TN – The Planters Bank-Hilldale Gallery will feature “Pen & Ink Drawings” showing simple pleasures in Tennessee by native Clarksvillian Janet Jones Felts from Thursday, April 2nd – Wednesday, May 6th.
Felts’ realistic reflections on life are revealed in the exhibit’s 12 black and white drawings. The display features three large drawings that reflect a youth’s investigations on the farm. Her drawings invite you to rediscover wooden scenes and country roads, along with other forgotten adventures.
Clarksville, TN – The Planters Bank-Hilldale Gallery will feature “Unity in Diversity” by local artist Peggy Bonnington from Monday, March 9th-Wednesday, April 1st.
A native of Chattanooga, Bonnington has lived in Clarksville since 1987. Although without formal art training, she has been interested and involved with art since early childhood and has studied a variety of different media in small group or individual sessions with many prominent artists, including painting, pottery, drawing, printmaking and bookmaking.
Clarksville, TN – The Planters Bank-Hilldale Gallery will feature artwork by local photographer Beverly Parker from Thursday, December 4th – Wednesday, December 31st.
Parker’s exhibit, “An Alternative Prospective,” will showcase three different styles of photography: manipulated Polariods, Van Dyke Brown, and images and landscapes from the Land Between the Rivers.
Richly colored jazz paintings, bold and dynamic abstracts, cool and serene landscapes, peaceful and sometimes stormy seascapes, sunrise-sunsets, florals, and strange and odd combinations in vivid colors that just pop — these are some of the wide-ranging categories and subject matter presented by Martin in oils on canvas, acrylics on canvas, and watercolors on archival paper.
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