Summer Flying Solo Exhibits Open at Nashville International Airport
The summer installment of the “Flying Solo” series at BNA® is now open and presents the beautiful works of Caroline Beehler, Laurie Davis, and jammie williams.
The Flying Solo Series is a popular, rotating art exhibition that provides arts organizations and talented artists the opportunity to exhibit their work at BNA each season. This episode marks the return of the series, which last premiered in March 2020. The Summer 2022 exhibition, which is open until September 28, 2022, is part of Arts Program at BNA Airport.
A brief biography of the featured artists and their work is as follows:
” Turn around “
Located in Hall D, near Gate 5
Carolyn Beehler is a paper artist living in Franklin, Tennessee. She was born in California but raised in the South and attended art school at O’More College of Design in Franklin. “Going Round in Circles” is a 30″ x 20″ magazine paper.
Laurie A. Davis
“Starry Night, Starry on the Phantom Ballet”
Located in Hall D, near Gate 2
Laurie has been passionate about the creative process since a young age. One of his mosaic designs, “Tree of Life”, was selected for the 2018 Best of Tennessee Craft exhibit, and his “Starry, Starry Night Over the Cumberland” was selected for the Tennessee Craft Best of Tennessee 2022. “Starry, Starry Night Over the Ghost Ballet” is a 30″ x 36″ stained glass, tile, bead, art glass and grout on Wedi board.
Located in Hall A, near Gate 2
Jammie Williams is a sculptor and painter from Tennessee who uses clay and oil paint to create symbolic and expressionist works. His work has been included in the 2021 National Juried Painting Exhibition at the University of Southern Mississippi Museum of Art and the 2020 Red Clay Survey of Contemporary Southern Art at the Museum of Art. Huntsville art. His works are inspired by his personal memories, his feelings and his emotions. “Searching Above” is a 36″ x 60″ oil on canvas.
Arts at the airport
The Arts at the Airport (AaA) program showcases the region’s visual and performing arts. AaA is governed by a 15-member Arts at the Airport Foundation Board of Trustees, is funded primarily by the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority, and receives funding from the Tennessee Arts Commission. The award-winning Arts at the Airport program reviews and showcases works by local, regional and national artists for the enjoyment and enrichment of BNA passengers and visitors. In addition to visual arts, Arts at the Airport includes live musical performances on the stages of BNA’s passenger terminal.
About Nashville International Airport®
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