March Art Crawl

abrasiveMedia’s March Art Crawl on Saturday, March 4th is a collaboration with their fiscally-sponsored partner, Blue Moves Modern Dance Company. It features the work of three Nashville-based artists, Ben Griffith, Roberta Winjum and Bryant Lamont, whose art inspired or helped shape new dances and a dance film for Blue Moves’ upcoming dance and multi-media production, “Muse”. Visually, the connecting thread …

The Art of Fashion

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Artober at abrasiveMedia: The Work of Harry Whitver

Share this Post photo of Harry in his studio by Eden Frangipane Shepherd After graduating from Peabody College, Harry Whitver honed his illustration skills as a combat artist in Vietnam. Once his tour was completed, he embarked on a 35-year commercial art career providing technical, airbrush, and expository illustrations and design for companies such as Smithsonian Air & Space magazine, …

June 4th Art Crawl: FOSSILS

Sarah Saturday is a performer and songwriter also known by the moniker of Gardening, Not Architecture. Celebrated for experimentation since her solo career began in 2007, her new collaboration, FOSSILS, with filmmakers Dycee Wildman, Jonathan Rogers, and Motke Dapp is no exception. This feature length film collaboration made to accompany her album of the same title screened at her album …

Th3 Anomaly opened Jan 30!

The world’s first and only gallery-sized graphic novel is here! Created entirely in Nashville, TN, Th3 Anomaly features 321 paintings in over 2,000 square feet of immersive, family-friendly atmosphere. In 2011 abrasiveMedia opened its residency program to an ambitious proposal by Nashville artist David Landry. The idea was to blend fine art with comic book style narrative to create a …