Close Look:

Tactile Response at David Lusk Gallery, Nashville

By June 20, 2020
Greely Myatt, Broadway Boogie Woogie, 2018; reclaimed wood and steel, 45 by 43 by 5 inches. All images courtsey of David Lusk Gallery.
Tad Lauritzen Wright, Perceived, Remembered, Imagined, Distorted and Clarified, 2019; acrylic, ceramic and cinder blocks, various sizes.
Installation view of Tim Crowder’s Small Paper and Wood Projects at David Lusk Gallery.
Maysey Craddock, Trophy, 2019; wood, flashe and gouache, 30 by 24 by 16.6 inches.

Comprised of everything from found sports equipment to reclaimed wood and vintage tools, Tactile Response highlights 6 dynamic installations that speak to communal experience, our changing environment, the history of craft, and unusual perspectives.

from the accompanying exhibition text
Tim Crowder, Small Paper and Wood Project 5, 17, and 18 (from left to right), 2020; mixed media, various sizes.
Brandon Donahue, Basketball Bloom (Rawlings), 2019; basketballs and shoestrings, 36 by 36 inches.
Tim Crowder, Small Paper and Wood Project 9, 2020; mixed media, 9.5 by 5 by 3.5 inches.

Tactile Response will be virtually on view at David Lusk Gallery in Nashville through June 27th. The Nashville Gallery Association will present the 2nd Virtual Art Crawl on Saturday, June 20th.

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