Diana Al-Hadid speaks with contributor Melinda Baker about the difference between curiosity and inspiration and her recent work on view in Nashville.
Melinda Baker is a Nashville-based writer and educator. She is the lead visual arts writer at The Tennessean and has also contributed to Chapter 16. She holds an MA in English from Belmont University.
Artists respond to poems by Nashville-based artist Patrick DeGuira in a group exhibition advancing ecocentric ways of seeing and thinking about nature.
In new paintings on view in Nashville, artist Eleanor Aldrich combines a variety of materials to create impressions of pinched and protruding flesh. Read BA contributor Melinda Baker's review.