Friday, September 25, 2009


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We're happy to have Harry back for his second show at LINDSAY GALLERY. Since his first show here we have successfully shown his work at Art Chicago, Folkfest Atlanta, and at Outsiders/Outside.
A native Floridian, Harry was uprooted when Hurricane Andrew destroyed his hometown. He wandered for a time, finally settling in Nashville.
Harry's paintings blend past, present and future into a timeless world that is a place he says he would like to go on vacation.
Living near Nashville, his paintings have caught the eye of many people in the recording industry... including Cheryl Crow and Michelle Branch.

Here's a great article from Harry's previous show at LINDSAY GALLERY:

Come and meet Harry at the opening: Friday, Oct.2, 6-9pm

Artist's reception: Harry Underwood, Fri. Oct. 2, 2009, 6-9 pm

Paintings rendered with a folk art aesthetic... a tropical noir lifted from life and dreams, a history of light.

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Artist's reception: Kendall Polster, Fri. Sept. 18, 2009, 6-9 pm

Milwaukee welder Kendall Polster started out making steel furniture, but over time his tables and chairs morphed in to the sculptures he's know for today. Polster's creatures are surprisingly elegant, especially when you consider that they are mostly made of scraps from his shop floor.

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