June in the GJCC Galleries


The Janet Levine March Gallery will feature the work of Wendy Latimer. Wendy began her focus on watercolors in 1999. Textured and weathered subjects, floral subjects, and her Animal series will be the focus of this current exhibit. Wendy has been exhibited in numerous regional and state juried art competitions, including the Tennessee Watercolor Society Exhibitions (for which she earned her Signature Status), Tennessee Art League’s Central South Art Exhibition, and Local Juried Exhibits including Exhibits at Chromatics Photo Imaging Gallery in Nashville. Wendy is currently working with several Art groups to develop opportunities for Visual Artists and to raise awareness and involvement with the Visual Arts of Williamson County and Middle TN. 


Gina the Giraffe, by Wendy Latimer


The JLMG2 Gallery will feature the work of Martin Freeman. Martin is a visual artist located here in Nashville. He explores a variety of textures using charcoal, pastel, and watercolor. Martin focused on drawing as a young child. There were times when his passion for the arts varied between the visual arts and music, but the visual arts have always been his highest calling. Martin returned to art four years ago with a passion that has not abated. 

Rock is Dead, by Martin Freeman 




Ode to Ray Barbee, by Michael Mitchell 


















The Sig Held Gallery will feature the work of the Turnip Green Creative Reuse (TGCR). The Turnip Green Creative Reuse has served Nashville for over 10 years, by taking donated material from individuals, organizations, and businesses and providing a storefront where customers “name their price” for the material. We believe everyone deserves access to education and materials, opportunities for creative experiences, and inspiration in a safe and welcoming community. Sustainability, education, and art are the cornerstones of TGCR, which also hosts monthly art exhibits featuring local artists, offers free workshops to the public, and provides aftercare art programming to children at several metro public schools. Since its inception in 2011, TGCR has diverted over a million pounds from the landfill and into the hands of creative individuals. The current exhibit will feature current work by TGCR group members. 

Rhea, by Sara McLoud 

The House gallery features the Under One Roof collaborative exhibit. The Senior Adult Gallery features the work of Robbie Lasky. 

Remembering Sanity, by Larkin Oakes 

The Artist Reception will be held on Wednesday, June 1st from 6 -8 pm. Complimentary beverage and food, along with music by DJ Joseph. The exhibitions are free and open to the public. Attendees will need to sign in at the front desk. For more information, contact the GJCC at 615.354-1699, Curator Carrie Mills at carrie@nashvillejcc.org, or go to www.nashvillejcc.org.  


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