The Nashville Scene: Amelia Briggs and Eleanor Aldrich Prove That Texture Is Cool

In her feature for the Nashville Scene, Laura Hutson Hunter writes:

“There are two excellent exhibitions currently hanging in Nashville galleries that encapsulate what I like to think of as an ugly-precious aesthetic. The artists — Amelia Briggs and Eleanor Aldrich — are markedly different, and both deserve individual attention and praise. But when viewed together, their work shows an unintentional like-mindedness that elevates them both.”

Read the rest of her feature here:

Eleanor Aldrich, The Reader in a Hammock, 2019; oil, enamel, found decals, and found paper on vinyl, 30 by 24 in.