Nathan Alexander Foxton's "Porches and Portraits" To Be Featured At Fire Hall Gallery
Wednesday, September 23, 2020
The painter Nathan Alexander Foxton has an exhibition of portraits at the Fire Hall Gallery in St. Elmo displaying vivid depictions of families and individuals, eight years in the making. The show, "Porches and Portraits" opened Thursday and will close Oct. 1 He feels this show is important to have as many families, friendships and intimate relationships have been strained because of the pandemic, and there needed to be a place through art to celebrate a hopeful reunion.
Mr. Foxton will be painting outside the Fire Hall Gallery, 4501 St.
Elmo Ave., on Saturday from 1 -4 p.m. and Monday from noon-2 p.m.
Pieces in the show were created in three different states: Georgia, Indiana and Tennessee. Mr. Foxton lives and works in Chattanooga. He holds his MFA in painting from Indiana University, and has been teaching at colleges and universities in Indiana since 2014. His work has appeared on HGTV's "Good Bones" and Netflix's "Maniac." He has a painting titled "Fond Regards" that is on display at the Wylie House Museum in Bloomington, In.
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To see the work in person, contact Gallery Director Maria Cardillo Yacovone at email@example.com