Fullerton's "Native Women Warriors" were selected by ARTPOP to appear on 10 Nashville billboards including the iconic "Nashville Sign" to inspire the Nashville community during the Covid-19 pandemic, April-September, 2020. Stories appeared in the Nashville Tennesean, on the local CBS affiliate NewsChannel5, and nationally on MSN.com.
Feature article in WAX FUSION magazine, with work on front cover.
Two works selected for Vignettes, a digital exhibition in magazine format, juried by Lora Murphy, and including artists from 10 countries.
NATIVE WOMEN WARRIORS: LOZEN BY ALISON FULLERTON
Though Nashville’s galleries and museums have been forced to close to the public, the area has maintained access to local visual art in enduring ways. Many curators are exhibiting planned collections online, local museums are offering remote programming and at least one neighborhood source of visual art is displaying inspiration as usual. read more
Highway billboards and The Nashville Sign are displaying artists' work for free during the pandemic
By: Hannah McDonald
Posted at 7:55 AM, May 07, 2020
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Artists who have had to cancel shows and close studios because of COVID-19 are getting a hand-up.
Advertising and billboard companies are displaying artwork for free, including on Blackbird Media's The Nashville Sign.
Galleries and museums are closed, but Nashville still has a new art show — on billboards
Melinda Baker, For The Tennessean
Art gives us refuge, respite and hope, especially in times of crisis. So what do we do when we lose access to it? read more
The downtown art crawl in Franklin on Sept. 6 will feature Brentwood artist Alison Fullerton’s encaustic guitars, deer heads and paintings, according to a release.
Fullerton just returned to Brentwood “after living overseas for three years, where she spent her time traveling and learning about the lives and rituals of the people she met.”
Fullerton paints what she calls visual anthropologies — in the release it says that while anthropologists explore different cultures and people by collecting photographs, she “expresses what she observes in her paintings.”