September in the Gordon JCC Galleries





















The Janet Levine March Gallery will feature the work of Mildred Jarrett and her students. The exhibit is titled, “MovingForward.” These seven abstract painters, from all different walks of life, have come together in an effort to share an artistic conversation, letting various personal emotions surface without the distraction of subject matter or narrative. This collection of one of a kind abstract paintings reveals the importance f passion, which is vital for beautiful, lasting dialogues.

The JLMG2 Gallery will feature the art of Paulette Licitra, who has been painting since 2014. She is a self-taught artist, encouraged by the work of naive and primitive painters. Paulette studied art in college, and has

written over 100 art exhibition audio tours for museums all over the country. In this exhibit Paulette reflects upon her connection to the World Trade Centers in New York City.

The Sig Held Gallery will feature Nadine Shillingford Wondem. Nadine is a Nashville-based artist who works mainly with charcoal on paper but also enjoys creating acrylic and mixed media pieces. She was born on the island of Dominica and her West Indian roots and black heritage can be seen in most of her artwork.

The Senior Art Gallery will feature the work of Robbie Lasky. Robbie’s 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 collaborative exhibit. The Exhibition Dates are September 1 - 29th. 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, or go to


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