Olasubomi Bashorun’s work is featured in the Janet Levine March Gallery
During the month of February, The Janet Levine March Gallery will feature the work of Olasubomi Bashorun. He was born in Lagos, Nigeria, but spent most of his adolescent life in Edmond, Oklahoma. He graduated Oklahoma Baptist University with two bachelor’s degrees, one in fine art and one in family psychology. Bashorun had intentions to return to school to earn his master’s in art therapy but decided he would rather be an artist. He now lives and creates in the Middle Tennessee. In addition to creating original pieces, he teaches art, instructs ballroom dancing, and hosts creative workshops. He also spends time volunteering for a non-profit organization geared towards relieving homelessness.
The Sig Held Gallery will feature the annual Akiva student art exhibit, Pre-K to 6th Grade. Akiva students this year are learning about the seven elements of art: Line, Shape, Form, Space, Texture, Value, and Color. Their work is inspired by artists such as Vincent Van Gogh, Claude Monet, Romero Britto, Andy Warhol, Jackson Pollock, Georgia O'Keeffe, Mary Cassatt, and others.
Akiva students art to be displayed in the Sig Held Gallery
The Senior Art Gallery will feature the work of Robbie Lasky. Robbie has an intuitive abstract style of painting, using acrylics, along with a variety of tools and media focus on colors, lines, forms, textures, and patterns, along with emotions, to share a visual language and tell a story.
The House gallery will feature the ongoing Under One Roof community collaborative exhibit. The Exhibition February 1 – 27th. The exhibitions are free and open to the public. All visitors must wear a mask when visiting the galleries. All visitors will need to sign in at the front desk. For more information, contact the GJCC at 615.354-1699, Curator Carrie Mills at email@example.com, or go to www.nashvillejcc.org