"Design decisions are increasingly being made online, and the brass tacks reality tells us that buying convenience is king—even with something as tangible as procuring private art. Enter Nashville Artist Collective, an entirely online art gallery that launched in September as a digital source for affordable, original art by Nashville creators.
The concept originated in 2010 by Charleston Artist Collective founder Allison Williamson, and, as demand for Southern art grew, its expansion continued into Atlanta. Nashville is the third launch city and is spearheaded by longtime resident Rowanne McKnight, who, along with a committee, has curated an inaugural class of six artists: Hannah Lane, Lisa Zager, Susie Elder, Trevor Mikula, Lauren Ossolinski, and Langford Barksdale. "
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