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Customs House CUSTOMS HOUSE MUSEUM AND CULTURAL CENTER
Clarksville, TN

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Interactions: Paintings by Judy Lavoie
Through January 2, 2022

A wide variety of themes inspire Judy Lavoie to paint. Interesting textures inspire her, as do delicate colorful flowers and brightly lit landscapes. “By exaggerating colors, or sometimes altering them from reality, I aim to preserve a moment in time, recreating the subject in my own way.”

Anne K. Beyer: Still
Through November 28, 2021

Anne Beyer’s work is inspired by the relationship between the natural world and the human psyche. In this exhibit, she explores the relationship between handcrafted wood-fired ceramic forms and digitally designed 3D-printed objects.

Start Your Engines!
Through December 31, 2021
Bruner, Orgain, Hand, Kimbrough and Memory Lane Galleries

Title Sponsors: Tri-Star Beverage and MPG Transport
Also sponsored by: Legends Bank/Billy Atkins, Mathews Automotive Group, Lyle Cook Martin Architects/Brad & Lisa Martin

The Customs House Museum & Cultural Center expands its Challenge & Champions exhibit with a multi-gallery exhibition showcasing Montgomery County’s auto racing history and the local legends that formed the sport. Start Your Engines! will highlight race cars, art, historical memorabilia and video footage of personal stories from locals who established auto racing in the area.

The exhibit will span across multiple floors of the Museum.

Familiars: The Art of Beverly Parker
Through- October 27, 2021
Crouch Gallery

Beverly Parker’s background in darkroom developing and printing provided a bridge to experimenting with other photography processes. Parker taught advanced darkroom and alternative processes at APSU through the Community School of the Arts. She is a co-founder of the Downtown Artists Co-op

Select Works from the Reliant Bank Collection
Through September 5, 2021
Lobby

From picture-perfect downtown views, to watercolors of charming architecture and peaceful riverside scenes, Reliant Bank’s extensive art collection contains over 60 works of art that depict a historic Clarksville scene, was created by a Clarksville resident or both. Selections from this newest donation to the Museum include pieces by Peg Harvill, Danny Goodrum, Jackie Langford, Marvin Posey, Tony Biagi, Silke Tyler and Max Hochstetter.

C. Douglas Charlton: Out of Darkness; Purgatory, Mayhem, Color, Love, Hate, Light and Tomorrow
Through September 26, 2021
Jostens Gallery

C. Douglas Charlton grew up just outside of Nashville in Gallatin, Tennessee. Old Hickory Lake provided an inspiring backdrop to begin creating artwork. Having spent much of his youth in his grandfather’s woodshop, Charlton uses wood as his surface medium of choice. His paintings have a neon-rustic look that convey nostalgic emotions. Building depth through layers of color, his artwork has the ability to transport you to the ethereal experience of your most cherished memories, whether it be a person, place or pure emotion.

Patsy Sharpe: Small Worlds
June 4, 2021 - August 29, 2021
Harvill Gallery |

Watercolor artist Patsy Sharpe displays thirteen of her finely-detailed miniature paintings in the new exhibit Small Worlds. Sharpe has exhibited in local, national and international shows and she is a member of the Signature Tennessee Watercolor Society, The Miniature Art Society of Florida and the Southern Watercolor Society.

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