Nashville Art Exhibit: Kristin Llamas, Inside the Mind of A “Cereal Artist”
What is Holiness?, oil on canvas, 78×64″
On October 5th, The Viridian’s Mezzanine Gallery and AK Llamas unveil their latest Nashville art exhibit: Kristin Llamas, Inside the Mind of A “Cereal Artist”. The opening coincides with an Artober Art Crawl PARTY, celebrating Nashville’s month long celebration of the arts. This exhibit provides a behind the scenes look into the making of ten original works by Kristin Llamas that debut in a solo exhibition at the Parthenon Museum on October 18th.
Llamas spent the past three years researching and developing her newest collection titled The Socratic Dialogues. The artist has agreed to provide an inside look into the series right before the final paintings are unveiled to the public. Llamas’ sketches, studio props, reference photos and research film will be on view throughout the Mezzanine Gallery and Viridian lobby.
The preview exhibit runs from October 5th to November 26th, and will be set up in the style of a lab and studio. It connects clues as if they are pieces of evidence in an investigation. Viewers experience an inside look at how the series came to life as well as a sneak peak of the much anticipated solo museum exhibition by New York native, K. Llamas.
Join the artist, and discover her methodical process on Saturday, October 5th for a reception during Nashville Art Crawl.
Click here to learn more about the Socratic Dialogue Exhibit.
Mezzanine Gallery at the Viridian
415 Church Street
Reception coincides with Downtown Art Crawl October 5, 2013, from 6pm to 9pm.
The exhibit is free and open to the public.