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Channel to Channel Channel To Channel is a contemporary art gallery located in Nashville, TN. Channel To Channel also hosts weekly figure model social events.

Channel To Channel is a contemporary art gallery presenting bold, progressive work by local and regional artists as well as weekly open-studio figure model drawing sessions. It is dedicated to providing the growing Nashville Visual Arts culture with experimental, challenging, and bold two-dimensional works of art from artists around the region.

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Opening tomorrow from 5-8, KISS THE SKY, by Linda King Ferguson.Described by the artist as a way to put back some positi...
01/06/2023

Opening tomorrow from 5-8, KISS THE SKY, by Linda King Ferguson.

Described by the artist as a way to put back some positivity in the world, Kiss the Sky is a story inspired by the meteorological phenomenon of Sundogs (parhelia). These are the occurrences of bright spots straddling the Sun in a 22° halo. Ferguson’s upcoming show at Channel to Channel consists of the artist's impressions, sourced straight from nature

SUNDOG 32, 2022
Linda King Ferguson
acrylic on panel
52x48x2”
$5000
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KISS THE SKY by Linda King Ferguson opens this Saturday from 5-8pmDescribed by the artist as a way to put back some posi...
01/03/2023

KISS THE SKY by Linda King Ferguson opens this Saturday from 5-8pm

Described by the artist as a way to put back some positivity in the world, KISS THE SKY is a story inspired by the meteorological phenomenon of Sundogs (parhelia). These are the occurrences of bright spots straddling the Sun in a 22° halo. Ferguson’s upcoming show at Channel to Channel consists of the artist's impressions, sourced straight from nature.

Join us next Saturday from 5-8 for the opening of KISS THE SKY, a solo exhibition by Linda King Ferguson.
12/29/2022

Join us next Saturday from 5-8 for the opening of KISS THE SKY, a solo exhibition by Linda King Ferguson.

The gallery will be closed tomorrow for Christmas Eve. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.
12/23/2022

The gallery will be closed tomorrow for Christmas Eve. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.

PRIME NUMBER SIEVE 576ink and pencil on paper (framed)6x6x1”2022This ink and pencil on paper by Brianna Bass is one of h...
12/21/2022

PRIME NUMBER SIEVE 576
ink and pencil on paper (framed)
6x6x1”
2022

This ink and pencil on paper by Brianna Bass is one of her recent renditions in the Prime Number Sieve series.
While at first glance resembling a simple patchwork quilt, the piece is actually depicting the mathematical algorithm for finding prime numbers. In a prime sieve, all the integers (positive natural numbers) are collected in a list, from which the composite (divisible by a number other than 1) numbers are progressively removed, highlighting the primes. By applying and translating mathematics into a visual field, the artist gradually colors the boxes with composite numbers, and creates a pattern of white boxes with prime numbers.

PRIME NUMBER SIEVE 576 is a square of 24 cells, with 576 numbers on it. Despite the small size of the piece, it is the largest numerical sieve in the series.

PRIME NUMBER SIEVE 576ink and pencil on paper (framed)6x6x1”2022This ink and pencil on paper by Brianna Bass is one of h...
12/21/2022

PRIME NUMBER SIEVE 576
ink and pencil on paper (framed)
6x6x1”
2022

This ink and pencil on paper by Brianna Bass is one of her recent renditions in the Prime Number Sieve series.
While at first glance resembling a simple patchwork quilt, the piece is actually depicting the mathematical algorithm for finding prime numbers. In a prime sieve, all the integers (positive natural numbers) are collected in a list, from which the composite (divisible by a number other than 1) numbers are progressively removed, highlighting the primes. By applying and translating mathematics into a visual field, the artist gradually colors the boxes with composite numbers, and creates a pattern of white boxes with prime numbers.

PRIME NUMBER SIEVE 576 is a square of 24 cells, with 576 numbers on it. Despite the small size of the piece, it is the largest numerical sieve in the series.

Enter these doors this Friday or Saturday from 12-4. Brianna Bass’ solo show on view through NYE.       📸 Chris Outred
12/13/2022

Enter these doors this Friday or Saturday from 12-4. Brianna Bass’ solo show on view through NYE.



📸 Chris Outred

Opening tonight: Three-pointed Sphere by Brianna Bass.
12/10/2022

Opening tonight: Three-pointed Sphere by Brianna Bass.

Channel To Channel is excited to debut Brianna Bass’ first solo show in the United States after receiving her MFA from Y...
12/08/2022

Channel To Channel is excited to debut Brianna Bass’ first solo show in the United States after receiving her MFA from Yale.

Join us for the opening of THREE-POINTED SPHERE this Saturday from 5-8pm.

OPENING THIS SATURDAY 5-8: Brianna Bass, THREE-POINTED SPHERE. THREE-POINTED SPHERE, a solo exhibition featuring new wor...
12/06/2022

OPENING THIS SATURDAY 5-8: Brianna Bass, THREE-POINTED SPHERE.

THREE-POINTED SPHERE, a solo exhibition featuring new work by Brianna Bass opens Saturday December 10, 2022. Brianna’s work utilizes hard-edge geometric abstraction to transform the act of hearing into the act of seeing.

Artist Statement:

A painting is an utterance: intention is released in a swarm of particles while systems organize and separate one image from another, shaping individual colors and marks into legible molecules. For me, primary colors are basic building blocks, like words or letters in language. They are points of location on a limitless form which shifts and expands relentlessly. Basic elements repeated in patterns establish certainty and legibility in a painting, but when a color gradually transforms into another color, a point of dissonance occurs. The mind wrongly names what the eye sees. Certainty, in color, is futile. Through this process, I try to simulate the effect of inaudible speech, and the strain to draw from unusual frameworks to parse meaning. Visual phenomena like simultaneous contrast and agitating geometric shapes untether our reliance on our senses. Texture and brushwork act as noise, a crackle over an air wave. A shadow is a murmur, a lapse of understanding that is not a loss, but an active, alchemical space. The relentless, orderly hum dissolves to trigger a listening vision of the world between words and sounds.


Opening Reception: Saturday December 10. 5-8pm. On-view through December 31.



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Last day to see these stunners by Jered Sprecher is today.  Left: STRANGE LIGHT, 2021oil on paper on panel17x13x1”Right:...
12/03/2022

Last day to see these stunners by Jered Sprecher is today.

Left: STRANGE LIGHT, 2021
oil on paper on panel
17x13x1”

Right: SOLID SOUND, 2021
oil on paper on panel
17x13x1”

FROM A VANISHED GREEN, 2022Heather Hartman  oil, acrylic, gouache, tyvek, on paper and polyester mesh31x26x2”FROM A VANI...
11/30/2022

FROM A VANISHED GREEN, 2022
Heather Hartman
oil, acrylic, gouache, tyvek, on paper and polyester mesh
31x26x2”

FROM A VANISHED GREEN utilizes a technique of painted polyester mesh to diffuse and soften the painted layers of tyvek that lay underneath. Through the light, we see the painted silhouette of a Christmas fern in 3 different stages of growth.

SUSPENDED LIGHT, a 2-person exhibition with Jered Sprecher , closes this Saturday December 3.

We are open Black Friday and Sanguine Saturday. Stop by to see SUSPENDED LIGHT by Jered Sprecher and Heather Hartman. Pi...
11/23/2022

We are open Black Friday and Sanguine Saturday. Stop by to see SUSPENDED LIGHT by Jered Sprecher and Heather Hartman.

Pictured:
Left - DWELL, Jered Sprecher, 2021, oil on linen, 18x14”
Right - VISAGE, Jered Sprecher, 2021, oil on linen, 18x14”

Stop in this Friday or Saturday from 12-4. SUSPENDED LIGHT by Heather Hartman and Jered Sprecher on view until December ...
11/15/2022

Stop in this Friday or Saturday from 12-4. SUSPENDED LIGHT by Heather Hartman and Jered Sprecher on view until December 3.

SUSPENDED LIGHT opens tonight from 5-8. Heather HartmanJered SprecherIn Heather Hartman’s work, cyclical shifts of light...
11/12/2022

SUSPENDED LIGHT opens tonight from 5-8.

Heather Hartman
Jered Sprecher

In Heather Hartman’s work, cyclical shifts of light, atmosphere, and plant life expose the transitory nature of reality. Her paintings are composites built from fragmentary records of experience, and often hover on the edge between representation and abstraction. Through imagery sourced from photographic references and observation of the natural world, Hartman’s work grapples with questions of ecology and mutability. Her complexly layered materials push and pull our focus, making us aware of the limitations of perception and the precarious nature of sublime beauty.

Jered Sprecher explores how we as humans use technology to capture images and document the complexity of the world around us. He hunts and gathers images from nature and uses layers of technology to further abstract the imagery in each painting. His images of flowers, trees, and plants are interrupted with reflections, lens flares, or digital artifacts that filter and warp reality, exploring the space where the tangible and intangible aspects of our life meet with the natural ecosystems.

SUSPENDED LIGHT by Heather Hartman & Jered Sprecher opens  this Saturday.Both artists, working and living in Knoxville, ...
11/10/2022

SUSPENDED LIGHT by Heather Hartman & Jered Sprecher opens this Saturday.

Both artists, working and living in Knoxville, Tennessee, are inspired by organic, natural forms. Their works of art explore the complexity of the environment and the way humanity interacts with the world, both directly and through technology.

New show opening this Saturday from 5-8. SUSPENDED LIGHT, a two-person exhibition featuring new work by Heather Hartman ...
11/08/2022

New show opening this Saturday from 5-8.

SUSPENDED LIGHT, a two-person exhibition featuring new work by Heather Hartman and Jered Sprecher opens Saturday November 12, 2022. The exhibition features Hartman’s mixed media paintings and Sprecher’s recent paintings that use trees and flowers as a recurring theme.

Halloween is approaching. Stop by to get it started off on the right claw. Last day of FROM UNDER THE BED is today. Gall...
10/29/2022

Halloween is approaching. Stop by to get it started off on the right claw. Last day of FROM UNDER THE BED is today. Gallery open from 12-4.

Feelin spooky yet? I know we are. Come get in the Halloween spirit sometime between now and October 31.🎃
10/22/2022

Feelin spooky yet? I know we are. Come get in the Halloween spirit sometime between now and October 31.
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Drop in this Friday & Saturday to get a glimpse at these limited edition hand-pulled silkscreen prints by
10/19/2022

Drop in this Friday & Saturday to get a glimpse at these limited edition hand-pulled silkscreen prints by

FROM UNDER THE BED - Olivia Frankenstein & Nathaniel Covington. Open this Saturday from 12-4🎃
10/15/2022

FROM UNDER THE BED - Olivia Frankenstein & Nathaniel Covington. Open this Saturday from 12-4
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OPENING TONIGHT: FROM UNDER THE BED 6-9pmNathaniel Covington’s work is inspired by the monsters of Creature Feature movi...
10/08/2022

OPENING TONIGHT: FROM UNDER THE BED 6-9pm

Nathaniel Covington’s work is inspired by the monsters of Creature Feature movies, comic strips, trading cards and toys. His style can be described as 21st century folk art starring non-human terrestrial or extraterrestrial villains. Nathaniel’s practice spawns monsters that creep between his 3-D papier-mâché works and his 2-D paintings. A self-taught and imaginative individual, Covington begins his process with a pencil sketch on paper, then brings his monsters to life in the form of a painting on canvas, sculpture, or large-scale mural; many of which can be found clutching the walls of Nashville businesses.

Curated by Lina Silvers.

FROM UNDER THE BED opens tomorrow from 6-9.👻 The artist duo Marc Vargas and Crystal Chan, known as Olivia Frankenstein, ...
10/06/2022

FROM UNDER THE BED opens tomorrow from 6-9.
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The artist duo Marc Vargas and Crystal Chan, known as Olivia Frankenstein, have been making spooky collectibles and textiles for their online Etsy shop for over 10 years. Punctuated with daggers and disfigured Disney characters, their work combines imagery of pop culture with the macabre to create a uniquely haunting genre of work.
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FROM UNDER THE BED opens this Saturday from 6-9pmWith Spooky Season upon us, take a dive into the depths of the underwor...
10/05/2022

FROM UNDER THE BED opens this Saturday from 6-9pm

With Spooky Season upon us, take a dive into the depths of the underworld lurking beneath your bed. From Under The Bed features the work of two Tennessee-based artists: Nathaniel Covington and the duo known as Olivia Frankenstein. Both artists create amusing renderings of morbid creatures and curiosities.

Curated by Lina Silvers.

Last day to see RECONSTRUCTION by Sam Dunson. Stop by before 4!
10/01/2022

Last day to see RECONSTRUCTION by Sam Dunson. Stop by before 4!

COMING SOON: FROM UNDER THE BED - Nathaniel Covington & Olivia Frankenstein- Opening Oct 8 from 6-9. Curated by Lina Sil...
09/29/2022

COMING SOON: FROM UNDER THE BED - Nathaniel Covington & Olivia Frankenstein- Opening Oct 8 from 6-9. Curated by Lina Silvers

In this piece, MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN, Dunson has reclaimed an old tricycle from the 40s, an era many people was the b...
09/24/2022

In this piece, MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN, Dunson has reclaimed an old tricycle from the 40s, an era many people was the beginning of a golden era in American history. This tricycle has a broken wheel that Dunson has carefully considered as a broken component to the “try-cycle”, the cycle of trying to make America great.

Still gleaming from that Sam Dunson opening Saturday. Stop by this Friday or Saturday to catch a glimpse.
09/14/2022

Still gleaming from that Sam Dunson opening Saturday. Stop by this Friday or Saturday to catch a glimpse.

Blown away by the new Sam Dunson work. Can’t wait to show you more. RECONSTRUCTION opens tomorrow 4-7.
09/09/2022

Blown away by the new Sam Dunson work. Can’t wait to show you more. RECONSTRUCTION opens tomorrow 4-7.

Sam Dunson opens RECONSTRUCTION this Saturday. Opening from 4-7
09/07/2022

Sam Dunson opens RECONSTRUCTION this Saturday. Opening from 4-7

NOW REPRESENTING: Linda King Ferguson. Solo show coming March 2023.rained as a Textile Designer yet thinking and practic...
09/05/2022

NOW REPRESENTING: Linda King Ferguson. Solo show coming March 2023.

rained as a Textile Designer yet thinking and practicing as a painter, Linda King Ferguson maintains studios in Au Train, MI and Nashville, TN. She has a MA from Rhode Island School of Design, MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts, and she studied at Penland School of Crafts and Academia Di Belle Arti in Perugia, Italy.

Ferguson’s work is represented by Channel To Channel, Chattanooga, TN. She has an affiliation with Minus Space, Brooklyn, NY and Susan Hensel Projects, Minneapolis, MN. She recently had solo exhibitions at DeVos Art Museum, Susan Hensel Online Gallery, Channel To Channel, and Lipscomb University. She has also exhibited in numerous group exhibitions including Minus Space, Brooklyn, NY; New York Artists Equity Gallery, New York, NY; White Columns Online, New York, NY; dodomu Digital Gallery; and Odetta Digital Gallery.

Ferguson was awarded residences at the Ragdale Foundation and Morris Graves Foundation. She was a resident artist semi-annually from 2013-2017 at Cathouse FUNeral, Brooklyn, NY. She was awarded a 2015 Personal Development Grant from the State of Michigan, and a 2013 Northern Michigan University Educational Research Grant. Her work is published in Hyperallergic, New American Paintings, Vol. 113, Presence, Artdose Magazine, and Boulevard Nos.68-69.

Ferguson was Founder and Director of The Bakery from 2017-2020, a non-profit, artist run project space, Munising, MI. As contingent faculty she taught from 2008-2013 at Northern Michigan University, Marquette, MI. From 1992-2008 Ferguson was a Curatorial Board Member for a non-profit, artist run space, Oasis Gallery, Marquette, MI. She has had representation by OK Harris (David Klein) Gallery, Birmingham, MI, the former Owings-Dewey, Santa Fe, NM, and the former River Gallery, Chelsea, MI.

Next Saturday we are honored to open Reconstruction, a solo exhibition by Sam Dunson.-Partially inspired by a move from ...
09/02/2022

Next Saturday we are honored to open Reconstruction, a solo exhibition by Sam Dunson.

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Partially inspired by a move from Nashville to Atlanta, Samuel Dunson’s recent work focuses on the historical processes of reconstruction: what it means to rebuild, to construct a new life out of one’s own history in the context of American History. His upcoming show at Channel to Channel, consisting of paintings of his family and friends on small, handsewn panels of secondhand fabric, works within this theme, speaking on issues that are simultaneously personal and political.

Samuel Dunson received his BS in Studio Art from Tennessee State University and his MFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design. He has worked as an Associate Professor of Art at Tennessee State University since 2000, teaching painting, drawing, and 3D design. He currently resides in Atlanta, GA.

Recent exhibitions and awards include Smithsonian National Museum of American History, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, and Frist Museum of Art. He recently received Best in Show at Valdosta State University, GA.

Duson has recently been featured in Create Magazine #26, New Visionaries Vol. 1, and Pandemic Self Portraits.

Pamela Jorden utilizes these 18” diameter pieces to begin ideas for her larger works. Started as a way for catching pain...
08/25/2022

Pamela Jorden utilizes these 18” diameter pieces to begin ideas for her larger works. Started as a way for catching paint, these pieces morph into planetary like abstract works that are bold and fluid.

See these and Eleanor Aldrich’s work Friday and Saturday during our regular hours.

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Pamela Jorden utilizes these 18” diameter pieces to begin ideas for her larger works. Started as a way for catching pain...
08/25/2022

Pamela Jorden utilizes these 18” diameter pieces to begin ideas for her larger works. Started as a way for catching paint, these pieces morph into planetary like abstract works that are bold and fluid.

See these and Eleanor Aldrich’s work Friday and Saturday during our regular hours.

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Stop by this weekend to see our latest exhibition, SEE/SAW, a 2 person show featuring the work of Pamela Jorden and Elea...
08/19/2022

Stop by this weekend to see our latest exhibition, SEE/SAW, a 2 person show featuring the work of Pamela Jorden and Eleanor Aldrich.

OPENING TONIGHT: SEE/SAW - new work by Eleanor Aldrich and Pamela Jorden.
08/13/2022

OPENING TONIGHT: SEE/SAW - new work by Eleanor Aldrich and Pamela Jorden.

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Saturday 1pm - 6pm

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Channel To Channel is a contemporary art gallery located in the Wedgewood/Houston Art District in Nashville, TN. The gallery began as the studio of Dustin Hedrick in 2011 and has evolved to present bold, innovative, & challenging work from artists locally, regionally, and nationally. Located inside a renovated packing plant from the 60s, Channel To Channel exhibits artworks in an approachable and friendly environment. Whether the client is a first time buyer or a seasoned collector looking to make an addition to an already well-established collection, Channel To Channel offers a unique perspective to all who are looking to add value to their life through contemporary art.

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Building on her previous show, “Main Squeeze”, which featured bodies pressing through the grid of lawn chairs, in “That Feeling When” Aldrich expands the excess of materials to large figure paintings and small, overfilled sculptures.

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Eleanor Aldrich’s exhibition of paintings at Channel to Channel is some of her strongest work to date. Our critic Joe Nolan's review of the show is in this week's paper.
October’s Nashville Gallery Association virtual art crawl is happening now! Take a video tour of our Long Distance exhibit with curator Pam Marlene Taylor. Plus, see what’s happening in other galleries around town including Channel to Channel, Chauvet Arts, David Lusk Gallery, Poverty and the Arts, Raven and Whale Gallery, The Red Arrow Gallery, Tinney Contemporary, Unrequited Leisure, and Zeitgeist Gallery.
Memphis studio-mates Frances Berry and Stacy Kiehl come together this September to create a bright and bold exhibition.

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Omari Booker's exhibition 'Red Line' is on view at Channel to Channel now. Check out the B-sides of Booker's series in contributor Joe Nolan's latest Critic/Ally.
July 27th 4:30-8! Join for Eat&Paint! Enjoy a night of culture, music, painting, Haitian inspired cocktails, vendors, and great food. 🇭🇹❣️

Ticket link and more information can be found on Eventbrite and the page.

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