We are currently between exhibits and there is no artwork hanging in the gallery.
Friday Nights at the gallery
Jana Jones is a native Memphian and registered nurse.
“What began as a creative diversion from the pressure cooker world of corporate administration soon became an obsession as ideas began flowing from mind to paint and paper. As I moved from the unpredictable controlled chaos of flow painting to the unforgiving medium of watercolor my goals were the same, to visually share ideas.
My work never turns out just as imagined but that's what makes the process new and exciting every time I pick up a brush. There are no limits and I love that!
Thank you for viewing my art. My wish is that you will experience the joy in viewing that I did in creating.”
Lyn Jones is an established musician with numerous album, movie, and television soundtrack credits. Lyn is a nine-time nominee and 1991 winner of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences Premiere Player award. Lyn toured with Claude King and currently plays with Larry Raspberry & the Highsteppers, Grassfire Bluegrass, and the David Miller Band.
Author and performer of the regional hit “Germantown Blues”, Lyn also does solo performances in the mid-south area.
Become an exhibiting Artist
Digital submissions of artwork, including dimensions and pricing are required along with the number of pieces that you would like to display. We only have space for two-dimensional art. Art shows will be displayed for approximately 1 month. There is no charge to exhibit in a show. A 30% commission will be collected on all sales.
Art•Body•Soul hosts local up-and-coming artists who are looking to show their work. Art Openings are held on First Fridays. We offer the opportunity for both solo and group shows. If you are interested, please contact Madeleine Newkirk directly.
Everything we do at Art•Body•Soul is focused on building a community for holistic learning, self-discovery and enrichment. We request that the artists we exhibit be willing to share their personal stories of self-discovery and transformation through art. An interview with Madeleine Newkirk is part of the process to become an exhibiting artist. Contact Madeleine here.
We are looking for artists to exhibit in 2020. Contact us if you’re interested.