Inside Out at Rymer Gallery 

Inside Art

Inside Art
The artists displayed at Nashville's new-ish Rymer Gallery tend to produce bright, pop-art-inspired works that are capable of catching the eye even through the space's large plate-glass windows--Kevin T. Kelly's Lichtenstein-esque canvases are one recent example. The gallery's latest show should be just as attention-grabbing. Jon Coffelt, a New York artist, will be showing candy-colored, life-sized motorcycle paintings; they're sketches for a large fabric sculpture he's working on. And Chicago-based artist/filmmaker Cat Forster has produced a video installation in which the four seasons, enclosed in a maple box, play on a continuous loop ("They Call Me Theirs"). At Saturday's opening, enjoy a glass of wine as you ponder the ways humans interact with nature.
Tuesdays-Saturdays. Starts: Dec. 9. Continues through Dec. 27, 2008

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